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Composer: Pintscher, Matthias (b. 1971)

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Year of birth1971
October 2018
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RotterdamThe Orient according to Matthias Pintscher

Pintscher, Stravinsky, Bartók
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra; Matthias Pintscher; Leigh Melrose

ClevelandRavel's Boléro

Debussy, Pintscher, Ravel
The Cleveland Orchestra; Alain Altinoglu; Joshua Smith

BerlinBoulez Ensemble

Pintscher: New Work for Piano and Ensemble
Matthias Pintscher; Boulez Ensemble; Daniel Barenboim

New York CityStravinsky's Firebird and Ravel

Ravel, Pintscher, Stravinsky
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Matthias Pintscher; Renaud Capuçon
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Beethoven, Berlioz and Pintscher in Boston

Alisa Weilerstein and François-Xavier Roth with the Boston Symphony © Robert Torres
Roth bookended Matthias Pintscher's new work with familiar pieces, Berlioz’s Le Corsaire Overture and Beethoven’s Symphony no. 6 in F major.
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A highlight of The Cleveland Orchestra's season

Matthias Pintscher © Felix Broede
Cédric Tiberghien was the astonishing soloist in Saint-Saëns’s “Egyptian” Concerto, with works by Pintscher, Schoenberg and Debussy’s La Mer filling out the program.
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Pintscher's reflection on Shakespearean metamorphoses

Alisa Weilerstein, Matthias Pintscher and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
In a study of shifting form, tonight's dedication to the bard paired Mendelssohn's incidental music to the play with another work inspired by The Metamorphoses: Matthias Pintscher's mesmerising Reflections on Narcissus.
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A Pierre Boulez hommage in Lucerne

Matthias Pintscher © Lucerne Festival | Peter Fischli
The Lucerne Festival recently celebrated the life and musical achievement of the great French composer and conductor Pierre Boulez on the occasion of his 90th birthday.
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Lang Lang portrays a pianistic Zerbinetta

The concert also featured the world premiere of Matthias Pintscher's idyll and a Strauss favorite, Till Eulenspiegel’s Merry Pranks.
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