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Composer: Weill, Kurt (1900-1950)

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Year of birth1900
Year of death1950
Period20th century
April 2019
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Los AngelesThe Weimar Republic

Hindemith, Weill
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; Esa-Pekka Salonen; Audra McDonald

LondonWeimar Berlin: Cabaret

© Autumn de Wilde
Weill, Eisler, Krenek, Hindemith
Philharmonia Orchestra; Esa-Pekka Salonen; Audra McDonald

Aix-en-ProvenceGrandeur et décadence de la ville de Mahagonny

Weill: Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny
Esa-Pekka Salonen; Ivo van Hove; An D'Huys; Karita Mattila; Alan Oke; Sir Willard White

VaasaMusic for a while: Klassische Variationen

Rameau, Weill, Dowland, Carbonelli, Monteverdi, Brahms, Schubert, Bruinier, Charpentier
Tora Augestad; Trygve Brøske; Mathias Eick; Martin Taxt

LondonWeimar Berlin: To the Cabaret!

© Annick Ramp
Weill, Holländer
Philharmonia Orchestra; Esa-Pekka Salonen; Dagmar Manzel
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Remembrance connections explored by Bostridge and Pappano

Ian Bostridge © Sim Canetty-Clarke
Pappano never put a foot wrong as he dug precious beauties from beneath his fingers.
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Symphonically lustrous Weill at the Concertgebouw

Cristian Măcelaru © Adriane White
Performing both works for the first time, the RCO capered crisply through Shostakovich’s Suite from The Nose and played sumptuously in Weill’s The Seven Deadly Sins, with captivating songstress Wende.
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Bryn Terfel at the Bergen International Festival

Sir Bryn Terfel and Caradog Williams © Magnus Skrede
At their recital at the Bergen International Festival, Bryn Terfel and pianist Caradog Williams presented a programme of overwhelming sameness and neverending joviality.
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A vibrant Street Scene in Glasgow

Street Scene © Robbie McFadzean | Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
Weill’s New York Street Scene is a successful ensemble end of year piece for the students of RCS, ably directed by Alexandra Spencer-Jones, Robert Houssart conducting with the orchestra on top form.
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Storm Large and RTÉ NSO bring Weill's Seven Deadly Sins up to date

Storm Large © Laura Domela
Storm Large’s version of The Seven Deadly Sins provides a modern update of Weill and Brecht’s take-down of capitalism, misogyny and exploitation.
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