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Composer: Schulhoff, Erwin (1894-1942)

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Year of birth1894
Year of death1942
Period20th century
January 2019
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Matinee performance
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ViennaKammermusik der Wiener Philharmoniker 6

Haydn M, Mozart, Pleyel, Schulhoff
Clemens Horak; Wolfgang Breinschmid; Holger Groh; Robert Bauerstatter

LondonCzech Roots: Chloë Hanslip & Danny Driver

Janáček, Suk, Schulhoff
Chloë Hanslip; Danny Driver

BerlinQuartett Festival - Jerusalem Quartet & Hila Baggio

Schulhoff, Korngold
Jerusalem Quartet; Alexander Pavlovsky; Sergei Bresler; Ori Kam

HamburgAlexander Melnikov / Claron McFadden

Prokofiev, Cage, Berio, Berberian, Knussen, Schnittke, Schulhoff, Crumb
Claron McFadden; Alexander Melnikov

MilanWagner, Beethoven, Eisler, Schulhoff

Wagner, Beethoven, Eisler, Schulhoff
Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi; Timothy Brock; Nazzareno Carusi
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A celebration of Czech musical defiance from the LPO

Borodin Quartet © Simon Van Boxtel
In a typically ambitious programme, Vladimir Jurowski and the London Philharmonic Orchestra explored how four Czech composers responded to imprisonment, exile and renewal.
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A native son returns triumphant to Prague

Tomáš Netopil © Divisek
Conductor Tomáš Netopil combines the best of two worlds at the Dvořákʼs Prague festival.
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Bawdy by Weimar: Barry Humphries' Weimar Cabaret

Meow Meow and Barry Humphries © Hilary Scott
Barry Humphries’ Weimar Cabaret – a witty, urbane valentine to the musical culture of Germany in the 1920s and 30s, from the opera house to the concert hall to Berlin’s revues and cabarets.
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Degenerate music at Villa Grande

Friday’s concert served as an interesting showcase of music that, undeservedly, isn’t performed too often. Even though the performances were somewhat lacking, the quality of the music shone through.
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Jazzy thrills: ACO Weimar cabaret evening with Barry Humphries and Meow Meow a delight

Meow Meow  ©  Karl Giant
When one sees the word “Erotica” in connection with classical music, one is usually safe in assuming that it’s a misprint in the title of Beethoven’s Third Symphony.
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