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News - Spring 1998 (Premiere Issue)
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The Return of Frankenstein!!
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Twenty years after its premiere, the first internationally available recording of HK Gruber's most popular work, Frankenstein!!, has finally been released by EMI Classics on an all-Gruber disc featuring the composer as chansonnier, with the Camerata Academica Salzburg conducted by Franz Welser-Möst. go to full story
The Choir of King's College, Cambridge signed exclusively for world management
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The Choir of King's College, Cambridge (Stephen Cleobury, Director of Music) is probably best known throught the world for its annual Christmas service Nine Lessons & Carols. But King's is about much more han just Christmas. go to full story
High Class in America
Frank Peter Zimmermann began 1998 in the USA, with a "magnificent performance" of Shostakovich's First Violin Concerto with the Pittsburgh Symphony under Mariss Jansons and with Bernard Haitink and the Boston Symphony. go to full story
Benchmark Bruckner
Stanislaw Skrowaczewski has long been regarded as one of the finest Bruckner conductors of the day, and his interpretations have earned him the Gold Medal of the Mahler-Bruckner Society. go to full story
Hurray for Hollywood
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There is a saying in Hollywood that actor Jack Nicholson picks up Oscar awards like Richard Hickox picks up music and record prizes. Well, maybe it's the other way around! go to full story
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A phenomenally successful complete cycle of the Beethoven Concertos, together with the Triple Concerto and Choral Fantasy, all in three weeks, launched Andreas Haefliger's year (with the Minesota Orchestra under Music Director Eiji Oue). Recent European appearances have included fine concerts with the Philharmonia Orchestra and Christoph Eschenbach, as well as the Orchestre de Paris with Christoph von Dohnanyi. Haefliger will be featured in the next edition of Intermusica News.
Record Shelf
A selection of recent releases by our artists. go to full story

"A New Bruckner Conductor for Vienna"
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"Ein neuer Bruckner Dirigent für Wien" - thus was Claus Peter Flor hailed by the Wiener Zeitung after his concert with the Vienna Symphony in Vienna (Musikverein and Konzerthaus) prior to a 10-concert tour of Japan (an Intermusica tour, in collaboration with Kajimoto in Japan). go to full story
Commitment to Challenge
When Ingo Metzmacher was, in some people's view, controversially appointed as General Music Director of the Hamburg State Opera, few could have imagined that just half-way through the first season, he together with Intendant Albin Hanseroth would have changed the mould of the house to such dramatic effect and so quickly. go to full story
A Multi-Talented Master Looks to the Future
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Cellist, conductor, recitalist, chamber musician, teacher, guru to young musicians... few if any can claim to have mastered all these areas with such intensity and accomplishment as Heinrich Schiff. go to full story
Welcoming Louis Lortie
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We are delighted to welcome Louis Lortie to our roster (European representation). Since his career was launched in 1984 when he won prizes at the Leeds and Busoni competitions, Lortie (born in Montreal) has won over critics and public for his highly imaginative and poetic interpretations of a broad piano repertoire, made known to a wider audience through his recordings for Chandos. go to full story
Alban Berg Quartet: 10 Years on the South Bank
Regarded by many as without peer, the Alban Berg Quartet this season celebrates its 10th year as Associate Artists of the Royal Festival Hall. go to full story
Orchestral Touring Highlights
Our 97/98 season began with a much awaited return to the Luzern Festival by the Philharmonia Orchestra for two conerts conducted by Claus Peter Flor. go to full story
International Chamber Music Season
1997/98 Season at the Queen Elizabeth Hall. go to full story

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