Schott Music

Skip to Main Content »

Language
 
Shopping Cart (0 item)
My Cart

You have no items in your shopping cart.

Erich Wolfgang  Korngold

Born: May 29th, 1897
Died: November 29th, 1957
Country of origin: Austria
Upcoming :
Conductor: Frank Strobel
Orchestra: hr-Sinfonieorchester
2019-11-16 | Frankfurt/Main (Germany), Alte Oper — 18:00
Conductor: Bjarte Engeset
Orchestra: Telemark Symfoniorkester
2019-11-17 | Skien (Norway), Gulset kirke

Music is music whether composed for the stage, the conductor’s desk or for the cinema. The form can change and the method of notation can be different, but the composer cannot make any compromises in what he considers to be his musical convictions. (Erich Wolfgang Korngold)

Erich Wolfgang Korngold was born on 29 May 1897 in Bruenn, Moravia, in the Austro-Hungarian Empire (today Brno, Czech Republic). This musical prodigy was the second son of Julius Korngold, prominent music critic of the Neue Freie Presse. Richard Strauss and Giacomo Puccini were two of the admirers of the musically precocious child’s compositional ability. Encouraged by his father, Korngold received his first music theory lessons at the age of six. When only nine, he performed his fairy tale cantata “Gold” for Gustav Mahler who immediately recommended Alexander von Zemlinsky as a teacher. In 1910, the ballet-pantomime Der Schneemann received its premiere in the Vienna Court Opera under the baton of Franz Schalk. The work was discussed in the cultural pages of the newspapers and certain critics doubted the authorship of the young composer. In 1916, public acclaim was again achieved with the premiere of the one-act operas Violanta and Der Ring des Polykrates under the direction of Bruno Walter. At the age of 20, Korngold performed his military service as a recruit in the military band of an infantry regiment. Three years later, the triumphal success of his opera Die tote Stadt began on a variety of European stages. With his fourth opera Das Wunder der Heliane (1927), Korngold was caught in the crossfire of a cultural dispute, partially initiated by his father, which had been sparked off by Krenek’s topical opera "Johnny spielt auf”. The cooperation with Max Reinhardt began in 1929 with the adaptation of Johann Strauss’s “Fledermaus”. In 1934, the director invited Korngold to Hollywood for a production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream". For the next four years, the composer divided his time between Vienna and Hollywood, ultimately settling in Hollywood in 1938, following the annexation of Austria by Nazi Germany.
In Hollywood he became one of the most sought after film music composers in the USA. In the post-war years, the composer was unsuccessful in his attempts to re-establish himself on European cultural stages. Korngold died in Hollywood on 29 November 1957.

Korngold’s music theatre works made him the most popularly performed German-speaking opera composer between 1910 and the 1930s alongside Richard Strauss. The opera Die tote Stadt (1916-1919) today continues to be included in the regular music theatre repertoire. The libretto based on Rodenbach’s novel “Bruges-la-morte” was written by Korngold himself in cooperation with his father under the pseudonym Paul Schott. Korngold’s music for the Symbolist, morbid text developed on the back of Late Romantic tonal worlds to form an independent expressive language tracing the psychology of the plot in great detail. Wunder der Heliane (1923-1926) which was considered by the composer as his most significant work marks a turning point in Korngold’s oeuvre. The monumental orchestral forces and the demands on the singers reach the limits of what is performable. During his second career as film music composer for the Warner Brothers Studios, the composer was able to bring the genre of symphonic film music to perfection. Korngold was one of the most influential co-founders of the “sound of Hollywood” with his classics such as “The Adventures of Robin Hood” (1938), “The Sea Hawk” (1940) and “The Sea Wolf” (1941).

The violin concerto (Concerto in D major 1937-1939/1945), the cello concerto (Concerto in C, 1946) and the Symphony in F# for large orchestra (1947-1952) guarantee that Korngold’s works have their place on the concert stage. These three compositions are all late works and connect the expertise of the classical composer with his experiences within the realms of film music. In his concert works, Korngold drew partly on the best thematic material from his film scores, in the creation of his significant post-war compositions. The solo parts are virtuoso, the orchestral writing displays skill in the changes of tonal colouring and the emotionally dense music is characterised by a noble yet yearning melos. Particularly in the symphony, ambitious rhythms are paired with a rugged chromaticism which overflows into atonality.

Korngold’s film music received four Oscar nominations. The composer was awarded the prize for the "Best Original Score" 1936 (“Anthony Adverse”) and 1938 (“The Adventures of Robin Hood”). Since 1995, the Erich Wolfgang Korngold Prize has been awarded by the foundation Deutsche Kinemathek for the lifework of an outstanding film music composer.

1897
Born in Brünn (today Brno) on 29 May, the son of the soon to be Viennese music critic Dr. Julius Korngold
1903
Piano and music theory lessons
1905
First extant composition
June 1906
Plays his fairy-tale cantata "Gold" to Gustav Mahler who pronounces him a genius, recommending that he be sent to Alexander von Zemlinsky for tuition
1909
His father has the first piano sonata and the piano pieces "Don Quixote" and "Der Schneemann" privately printed to send them to musicians
1910
The ballet pantomime "Der Schneemann" is orchestrated by Zemlinsky and performed at the Vienna Court Opera. Universal Edition prints the Piano Trio, Op. 1
1911/12
With the "Sinfonietta" based on "Motiv des fröhlichen Herzens", Korngold demonstrates his mastery of the large late-Romantic orchestra
1916
The two one-act operas "Violanta" and "Der Ring des Polykrates" are premièred in Munich under the direction of Bruno Walter. Siegfried Trebisch draws Korngold's attention to Rodenbach´s novel "Bruges-la-morte" which he himself translated into German. On the basis of this material, Julius and Erich Korngold work on the libretto of the opera "Die tote Stadt" under the pseudonym "Paul Schott"
1917
The twenty-year-old is called up as a recruit into the military band of an infantry regiment
1920
Première of the opera "Die tote Stadt". The Symbolist, Art Nouveau-related work with decorative and expressionist elements in the music sets out on a triumphant tour of the European theatres
1921
Finishes "Lieder des Abschieds" for alto and orchestra
1923
Korngold arranges "Eine Nacht in Venedig" by Johann Strauss for the Theater an der Wien
1924
Marries Luise von Sonnenthal. Earns additional money by conducting and by arranging operettas
1927
Première of the opera "Das Wunder der Heliane" which Korngold considers to be his most important work. It does, however, not become as successful as his previous operas: this time, Křenek's "Jonny spielt auf" is the opera of the year. Korngold is appointed professor at the Vienna Academy of Music
1929
Begins collaborating with Max Reinhardt: new production of "Die Fledermaus" by Johann Strauss in Berlin
1932
Starts to work at the opera "Die Kathrin". Première of the "Baby-Serenade" in which Korngold, for the first time, incorporates jazz elements in his style
1934/35
First stay in America: Korngold arranges Mendelssohn´s music for Max Reinhardt´s film version of "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
1935/36
Second stay in America: Korngold writes film scores for Paramount and Warner. "Anthony Adverse" receives an "Oscar" for the best film music of the year 1936
1937
Première of the song cycle "Unvergänglichkeit". The interest of the Viennese public is waning, the political situatuion in Austria gets increasingly worse for Korngold
1938
Back to Hollywood, the Korngolds are taken by surprise by the "Anschluss" of Austria by National Socialists. It is only now that Korngold decides to write film scores regularly. for the music of "The Adventures of Robin Hood" he is awarded his second Oscar
1939
Première of the opera "Die Kathrin" in Stockholm
until 1946
Korngold composes mainly film music, using his income to support many refugees. Together with Max Steiner, he stands for a new music style in Hollywood: the highly illustrative but independent music partly intervenes in the story of the film by expressing atmosphere and introducing leitmotifs
from 1945
Makes attempts to return to classical absolute music: in 1946 première of the Cello Concerto, in 1947 première of the Violin Concerto. Both works are inspired by film scores
1949
Returns to Vienna. Successful première of the "Symphonic Serenade" Op. 39 in 1950, conducted by Wilhelm Furtwängler. Other Korngold performances are poorly attended, getting bad reviews
1951
Disappointed, the Korngolds go back to America
1951
Radio première of "Die stumme Serenade"
1947-52
Creates his last major work, the "Symphony in F sharp"
1954
Trip to Europe to attend both the première of the symphony and the scenic première of the comedy "Die stumme Serenade" (The Silent Serenade), and to supervise the scoring of his last film assignment "Magic Fire" – a biography of Richard Wagner
1957
Korngold plans another symphony and an opera after Grillparzer´s "Das Kloster bei Sendomir". Dies on 29 November as a result of a cerebral thrombosis
Conductor: Frank Strobel
Orchestra: hr-Sinfonieorchester
2019-11-16 | Frankfurt/Main (Germany), Alte Oper — 18:00
Conductor: Bjarte Engeset
Orchestra: Telemark Symfoniorkester
2019-11-17 | Skien (Norway), Gulset kirke
Conductor: Vello Pähn
Orchestra: Estonian National Opera Orchestra
2019-11-17 | Tallinn (Estonia), Estonia Kontserdisaal
Conductor: Vello Pähn
Orchestra: Rahvusooper Estonia orkester
2019-11-17 | Tallinn (Estonia), Estonia kontserdisaalis — 19:00
Conductor: Markus Huber
Orchestra: Thüringen Philharmonie Gotha-Eisenach
2019-11-17 | Langen (Germany), Stadthalle — 18:00
Conductor: Kirill Petrenko
Orchestra: Bayerisches Staatsorchester
2019-11-18 | München (Germany), Nationaltheater — 19:00 | First Night
Conductor: Thomas Platzgummer
Orchestra: Joseph Haydn Orchester Bruck
2019-11-19 | Bruck an der Mur (Austria), Stadtsaal — 19:30
Conductor: Kirill Petrenko
Orchestra: Bayerisches Staatsorchester
2019-11-22 | München (Germany), Nationaltheater — 19:00
Conductor: Benjamin Reiners
2019-11-23 | Kiel (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Michele Mariotti
Orchestra: Nederlands Philharmonisch Orkest
2019-11-23 | Amsterdam (Netherlands), Concertgebouw — 20:15
Conductor: Stefan Susana
Orchestra: Orchester Kaltbrunn Niederurnen
2019-11-24 | Niederurnen (Switzerland), Linth-Escher — 16:00
Conductor: Michele Mariotti
Orchestra: Nederlands Philharmonisch Orkest
2019-11-25 | Amsterdam (Netherlands), Concertgebouw — 20:15
Conductor: Guido Mancusi
Orchestra: Wiener Symphoniker
2019-11-26 | Wien (Austria), Stadthalle — 20:00
Conductor: Kirill Petrenko
Orchestra: Bayerisches Staatsorchester
2019-11-26 | München (Germany), Nationaltheater — 19:00
2019-11-27 | (France)
Conductor: José Miguel Pérez Sierra
Orchestra: Bilbao Orkestra Sinfonikoa
2019-11-28 | Bilbao (Spain), Palacio Euskalduna — 19:30
Conductor: José Miguel Pérez Sierra
Orchestra: Bilbao Orkestra Sinfonikoa
2019-11-29 | Bilbao (Spain), Palacio Euskalduna — 19:30
Conductor: Paul Daniel
Orchestra: Orchestra of Opera North
2019-11-30 | Leeds (United Kingdom), Leeds Town Hall
Conductor: Stefan Susana
Orchestra: Orchester Kaltbrunn Niederurnen
2019-12-01 | Kaltbrunn (Switzerland), Kupfentreff — 16:00
Conductor: Kirill Petrenko
Orchestra: Bayerisches Staatsorchester
2019-12-01 | München (Germany), Nationaltheater — 18:00
Conductor: Thomas Søndergård
Orchestra: Bayerisches Staatsorchester
2019-12-02 | München (Germany), Nationaltheater — 20:00
Conductor: Nodoka Okisawa
Orchestra: Sinfonieorchester der Hochschule für Musik Hans Eisler
2019-12-02 | Berlin (Germany), Konzerthaus, Großer Saal — 20:00
Conductor: Thomas Søndergård
Orchestra: Bayerisches Staatsorchester
2019-12-03 | München (Germany), Nationaltheater — 20:00
2019-12-05 | Innsbruck (Austria), Haus der Musik
Conductor: Rumon Gamba
Orchestra: BBC Philharmonic
2019-12-05 | Salford (United Kingdom), Media City UK
Conductor: Kirill Petrenko
Orchestra: Bayerisches Staatsorchester
2019-12-06 | München (Germany), Nationaltheater — 19:00
Conductor: Rumon Gamba
Orchestra: BBC Philharmonic
2019-12-06 | Salford (United Kingdom), Media City UK
Conductor: Kirill Petrenko
Orchestra: Bayerisches Staatsorchester
2019-12-11 | München (Germany), Nationaltheater — 19:00
Conductor: John Wilson
Orchestra: Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks
2019-12-12 | München (Germany), Herkulessaal — 20:00
Conductor: John Wilson
Orchestra: Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks
2019-12-13 | München (Germany), Herkulessaal — 20:00
2019-12-15 | München (Germany), Gasteig, Kleiner Konzertsaal
Conductor: Benjamin Reiners
2019-12-19 | Kiel (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Paul Daniel
Orchestra: Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine
2019-12-19 | Bordeaux (France), Opéra, Auditorium — 20:00
Conductor: Francesco Milioto
Orchestra: Numi Opera Orchestra
2019-12-19 | Los Angeles, CA (United States of America), Colburn School, Zipper Hall
Conductor: Paul Daniel
Orchestra: Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine
2019-12-20 | Bordeaux (France), Opéra, Auditorium — 20:00
Conductor: Paul Daniel
Orchestra: Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine
2019-12-22 | Bordeaux (France), Opéra, Auditorium — 15:00
Conductor: Paul Daniel
Orchestra: Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine
2019-12-22 | Bordeaux (France), Opéra, Auditorium — 20:00
Conductor: Francesco Milioto
Orchestra: Numi Opera Orchestra
2019-12-22 | Los Angeles, CA (United States of America), Colburn School, Zipper Hall
Conductor: Paul Daniel
Orchestra: Orchestra of Opera North
2019-12-29 | Leeds (United Kingdom), Leeds Town Hall
Conductor: Tobias Ringborg
Orchestra: Kungliga Operan Orchestra
2019-12-31 | Stockholm (Sweden), Royal Swedish Opera — 18:00
Conductor: Lukas Beikircher
Orchestra: Tiroler Symphonieorchester Innsbruck
2019-12-31 | Innsbruck (Austria), Tiroler Landestheater, Saal Tirol — 10:00 - öffentliche Generalprobe
Conductor: Tobias Ringborg
Orchestra: Kungliga Operan Orchestra
2019-12-31 | Stockholm (Sweden), Royal Swedish Opera — 18:00
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-01-01 | Freiburg (Germany), Konzerthaus — 17:00
Conductor: Marc Niemann
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Bremerhaven
2020-01-01 | Bremerhaven (Germany), Stadttheater, Großes Haus
2020-01-01 | Wien (Austria), Volksoper
Conductor: Lukas Beikircher
Orchestra: Tiroler Symphonieorchester Innsbruck
2020-01-01 | Innsbruck (Austria), Tiroler Landestheater, Saal Tirol — 17:00
Conductor: Pascal Druey
Orchestra: Collegium Musicum Urdorf
2020-01-01 | Urdorf (Germany), Reformierte Kirche — 18:15
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-01-01 | Freiburg (Germany), Konzerthaus — 17:00
Conductor: Marc Niemann
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Bremerhaven
2020-01-02 | Bremerhaven (Germany), Stadttheater, Großes Haus
Conductor: Lukas Beikircher
Orchestra: Tiroler Symphonieorchester Innsbruck
2020-01-02 | Reutte (Austria)
Conductor: Lukas Beikircher
Orchestra: Tiroler Symphonieorchester Innsbruck
2020-01-03 | Kufstein (Austria)
Conductor: Per Otto Johansson
Orchestra: Het Gelders Orkest
2020-01-03 | Arnhem (Netherlands), Musis Sacrum — 20:00
Conductor: Per Otto Johansson
Orchestra: Het Gelders Orkest
2020-01-04 | Nijmegen (Netherlands), de Vereeniging — 20:15
Conductor: Benjamin Reiners
2020-01-05 | Kiel (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-01-05 | St. Louis (France), Theatre La Coupole — 17:00
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-01-05 | St. Louis (France), Theatre La Coupole — 17:00
2020-01-08 | Oslo (Norway), NRK Store studio
Conductor: Per Otto Johansson
Orchestra: Het Gelders Orkest
2020-01-09 | Doetinchem (Netherlands), Amphion — 20:00
Conductor: Benjamin Reiners
2020-01-09 | Kiel (Germany), Theater
Conductor: David Gilbert
Orchestra: Greenwich Symphony Orchestra
2020-01-11 | Greenwich, CT (United States of America), Greenwich High School, Performing Arts Center
Conductor: Per Otto Johansson
Orchestra: Het Gelders Orkest
2020-01-12 | Utrecht (Netherlands), TivoliVredenburg — 15:00
Conductor: David Gilbert
Orchestra: Greenwich Symphony Orchestra
2020-01-12 | Greenwich, CT (United States of America), Greenwich High School, Performing Arts Center
Conductor: Thomas Wilkins
Orchestra: Omaha Symphony
2020-01-17 | Omaha,NE (United States of America), Holland Center for the Performing Arts
Conductor: Thomas Wilkins
Orchestra: Omaha Symphony
2020-01-18 | Omaha,NE (United States of America), Holland Center for the Performing Arts
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-01-19 | Freiburg (Germany), Theater | First Night
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-01-19 | Theater (Germany), Freiburg
Conductor: Pinchas Steinberg
2020-01-21 | Torino (Italy), Teatro Regio — 20:00 | national Premiere
Conductor: Marc Niemann
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Bremerhaven
2020-01-22 | Marne (Germany), Reiner-Bull-Schule
Conductor: Pinchas Steinberg
2020-01-23 | Torino (Italy), Teatro Regio — 20:00
Conductor: Pinchas Steinberg
2020-01-25 | Torino (Italy), Teatro Regio — 15:00
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-01-26 | Freiburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Pinchas Steinberg
2020-01-26 | Torino (Italy), Teatro Regio — 15:00
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-01-26 | Theater (Germany), Freiburg
Conductor: Pinchas Steinberg
2020-01-28 | Torino (Italy), Teatro Regio — 20:00
2020-02-01 | Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA (United States of America), Sunset Center
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-02-01 | Theater (Germany), Freiburg
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-02-01 | Freiburg (Germany), Theater
2020-02-02 | Freiburg (Germany), Theater, Winterer-Foyer — 11:00
Orchestra: Erzgebirgische Philharmonie Aue
2020-02-22 | Aue (Germany), Kulturhaus
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-02-22 | Theater (Germany), Freiburg
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-02-22 | Freiburg (Germany), Theater
Orchestra: Erzgebirgische Philharmonie Aue
2020-02-24 | Annaberg Buchholz (Germany), Eduard-von-Winterstein-Theaer
Conductor: John WIlson
Orchestra: Philharmonia Orchestra
2020-02-27 | London (United Kingdom), Royal Festival Hall — 19.30
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-02-27 | Theater (Germany), Freiburg
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-02-27 | Freiburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Matthew Andrews
Orchestra: Southend Symphony Orchestra
2020-02-29 | Hadleigh, Essex (United Kingdom), Salvation Army Citadel — 19.30
Conductor: Chris Parsons
Orchestra: Bury Friendly Orchestra
2020-03-01 | Bury St Edmunds (United Kingdom), The Apex — 18.00
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-03-03 | Freiburg (Germany), Theater — 20:00
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-03-08 | Freiburg (Germany), Theater — 15:00
Conductor: Benjamin Reiners
2020-03-10 | Kiel (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Kerem Hasan
Orchestra: Tiroler Symphonieorchester Innsbruck
2020-03-12 | Innsbruck (Austria), Congress
Conductor: David Danzmayr
Orchestra: Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
2020-03-13 | Indianapolis,IN (United States of America), Hilbert Circle Theatre
Conductor: Kerem Hasan
Orchestra: Tiroler Symphonieorchester Innsbruck
2020-03-13 | Innsbruck (Austria), Congress
Conductor: George Stelluto
Orchestra: Peoria Symphony Orchestra
2020-03-14 | Peoria,IL (United States of America), Grace Presbyterian Church
Conductor: David Danzmayr
Orchestra: Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
2020-03-14 | Indianapolis,IN (United States of America), Hilbert Circle Theatre
Conductor: Mike Seal
Orchestra: Kensington Symphony Orchestra
2020-03-14 | London (United Kingdom), St John's Smith Square — 19.30
Orchestra: Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
2020-03-19 | New Orleans,LA (United States of America), Orpheum Theater
Conductor: David Brophy
Orchestra: RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra
2020-03-20 | Dublin (Germany), National Concert Hall
Orchestra: Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
2020-03-20 | New Orleans,LA (United States of America), First Baptist Church Covington
Orchestra: Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
2020-03-21 | New Orleans,LA (United States of America), Orpheum Theater
Orchestra: Milton Keynes Youth Orchestra
2020-03-24 | Northampton (United Kingdom)
2020-03-25 | Berlin (Germany), Pierre Boulez Saal
Conductor: Jonny Williams
Orchestra: Newbury Symphony Orchestra
2020-03-28 | Berkshire (United Kingdom), St Barthlomew School — 19.30
Conductor: Daniel Huppert
2020-04-03 | Schwerin (Germany), Staatstheater; Großes Haus — 19:30 | First Night
Conductor: Daniel Huppert
2020-04-03 | Schwerin (Germany), Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater — 19:30 | First Night
2020-04-04 | Augsburg (Germany), Staatstheater, Rokkokosaal
Conductor: Daniel Huppert
2020-04-05 | Schwerin (Germany), Staatstheater; Großes Haus — 18:00
Conductor: Daniel Huppert
2020-04-05 | Schwerin (Germany), Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater — 18:00
Conductor: Valentina Peleggi
Orchestra: BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
2020-04-16 | Glasgow (United Kingdom) — 19.30
Conductor: Ron Argotsinger
Orchestra: Denver Pops Orchestra
2020-04-18 | Denver, CO (United States of America), Central Presbyterian Church
Conductor: Daniel Huppert
2020-04-18 | Schwerin (Germany), Staatstheater; Großes Haus — 19:30
Conductor: Daniel Huppert
2020-04-18 | Schwerin (Germany), Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater — 18:00
Conductor: David Švec; Maroš Potokár
2020-04-23 | Ostrava (Czech Republic), Antonín Dvořák Theatre — 18:30 | First Night
Conductor: Fabien Gabel
Orchestra: Detroit Symphony Orchestra
2020-04-24 | Detroit,MI (United States of America), Orchestra Hall
Conductor: Fabien Gabel
Orchestra: Detroit Symphony Orchestra
2020-04-25 | Detroit,MI (United States of America), Orchestra Hall
Conductor: David Švec; Maroš Potokár
2020-04-25 | Ostrava (Czech Republic), Antonín Dvořák Theatre — 18:30
Conductor: Fabien Gabel
Orchestra: Detroit Symphony Orchestra
2020-04-26 | Detroit,MI (United States of America), Orchestra Hall
Conductor: David Švec; Maroš Potokár
2020-04-28 | Ostrava (Czech Republic), Antonín Dvořák Theatre — 18:30
Conductor: John Wilson
Orchestra: Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin
2020-04-30 | Berlin (Germany), Philharmonie — 17.00
2020-05-02 | Olympia, WA (United States of America), Kenneth J. Minnaert Center
Conductor: David Švec; Maroš Potokár
2020-05-05 | Ostrava (Czech Republic), Antonín Dvořák Theatre — 18:30
Conductor: Levente Török
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester der Stadt Ulm
2020-05-12 | Ulm (Germany), Congress-Centrum
Conductor: Daniel Huppert
2020-05-13 | Schwerin (Germany), Staatstheater; Großes Haus — 19:30
Conductor: Daniel Huppert
2020-05-13 | Schwerin (Germany), Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater — 18:00
Conductor: David Švec; Maroš Potokár
2020-05-20 | Ostrava (Czech Republic), Antonín Dvořák Theatre — 18:30
Conductor: Christian Jost
Orchestra: Saarländisches Staatsorchester
2020-05-24 | Saarbrücken (Germany), Congresshalle — 11:00
Conductor: Ben Palmer
Orchestra: St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra
2020-05-24 | Camebridge (United Kingdom), Cambridge Corn Exchange
Conductor: Christian Jost
Orchestra: Saarländisches Staatsorchester
2020-05-25 | Saarbrücken (Germany), Congresshalle — 20:00
Conductor: David Švec; Maroš Potokár
2020-05-26 | Ostrava (Czech Republic), Antonín Dvořák Theatre — 18:30
Conductor: Daniel Huppert
2020-05-29 | Schwerin (Germany), Staatstheater; Großes Haus — 19:30
Conductor: Daniel Huppert
2020-05-29 | Schwerin (Germany), Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater — 18:00
Orchestra: Jerusalem Quartet
2020-06-04 | Cologne (Germany), Philharmonie — 20.00
2020-06-21 | Freiburg (Germany), Theater, Winterer-Foyer — 11:00
Conductor: Kirill Petrenko
Orchestra: Bayerisches Staatsorchester
2020-07-19 | München (Germany), Nationaltheater — 19:00 - Münchner Opernfestspiele
Conductor: Simone Young
2020-08-21 | Melbourne (Australia), Victoria Opera

per page
  1. Die tote Stadt

    Die tote Stadt

    Oper in drei Bildern
    Download Edition
    op. 12
    Edition : text/libretto
    Language : German
    Order No. : BN 3480 Q366
    €5.99  *
  2. Marietta's Song

    Marietta's Song

    from the opera "The Dead City"
    Download Edition
    op. 12
    Instrumentation : high voice and piano
    Edition : high
    Language : German - English
    Order No. : BSS 30639-01 Q475
    €6.99  *
  3. Die tote Stadt

    Die tote Stadt

    Oper in 3 Bildern
    Download Edition
    op. 12
    Edition : vocal/piano score
    Language : German
    Order No. : ED 3208 Q1874
    €42.99  *
  4. Five Songs

    Five Songs

    for medium voice and piano
    Download Edition
    op. 38
    Instrumentation : medium voice and piano
    Language : German - English
    Order No. : ED 4533 Q2267
    €13.99  *
  5. String Quartet No. 3

    String Quartet No. 3

    D major
    Download Edition
    op. 34
    Instrumentation : string quartet
    Edition : score and parts
    Order No. : ED 8751 Q3092
    €46.99  *
  6. Posthumous Songs

    Posthumous Songs

    First Edition
    Download Edition
    Volume number : Band 1
    Instrumentation : medium voice and piano
    Language : German
    Order No. : ED 8902 Q3113
    €24.99  *
  7. Concerto in D major

    Concerto in D major

    for violin and orchestra
    Download Edition
    op. 35
    Instrumentation : violin and orchestra
    Edition : piano reduction with solo part
    Order No. : ED 6713 Q22848
    €19.99  *
  8. Posthumous Songs

    Posthumous Songs

    First Edition
    Download Edition
    text writer : Korngold, Erich Wolfgang
    Volume number : Band 2
    Instrumentation : medium voice and piano
    Language : German
    Order No. : ED 20232 Q23047
    €22.99  *
  9. Nine Shakespeare Songs

    Nine Shakespeare Songs

    Download Edition
    op. 29 und 31
    Instrumentation : high voice and piano
    Language : English
    Order No. : ED 7882 Q23934
    €21.99  *
  10. Symphony in F#

    Symphony in F#

    Download Edition
    op. 40
    Instrumentation : orchestra
    Edition : study score
    Order No. : ETP 8048 Q24861
    €33.99  *

per page
Profile

Music is music whether composed for the stage, the conductor’s desk or for the cinema. The form can change and the method of notation can be different, but the composer cannot make any compromises in what he considers to be his musical convictions. (Erich Wolfgang Korngold)

Erich Wolfgang Korngold was born on 29 May 1897 in Bruenn, Moravia, in the Austro-Hungarian Empire (today Brno, Czech Republic). This musical prodigy was the second son of Julius Korngold, prominent music critic of the Neue Freie Presse. Richard Strauss and Giacomo Puccini were two of the admirers of the musically precocious child’s compositional ability. Encouraged by his father, Korngold received his first music theory lessons at the age of six. When only nine, he performed his fairy tale cantata “Gold” for Gustav Mahler who immediately recommended Alexander von Zemlinsky as a teacher. In 1910, the ballet-pantomime Der Schneemann received its premiere in the Vienna Court Opera under the baton of Franz Schalk. The work was discussed in the cultural pages of the newspapers and certain critics doubted the authorship of the young composer. In 1916, public acclaim was again achieved with the premiere of the one-act operas Violanta and Der Ring des Polykrates under the direction of Bruno Walter. At the age of 20, Korngold performed his military service as a recruit in the military band of an infantry regiment. Three years later, the triumphal success of his opera Die tote Stadt began on a variety of European stages. With his fourth opera Das Wunder der Heliane (1927), Korngold was caught in the crossfire of a cultural dispute, partially initiated by his father, which had been sparked off by Krenek’s topical opera "Johnny spielt auf”. The cooperation with Max Reinhardt began in 1929 with the adaptation of Johann Strauss’s “Fledermaus”. In 1934, the director invited Korngold to Hollywood for a production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream". For the next four years, the composer divided his time between Vienna and Hollywood, ultimately settling in Hollywood in 1938, following the annexation of Austria by Nazi Germany.
In Hollywood he became one of the most sought after film music composers in the USA. In the post-war years, the composer was unsuccessful in his attempts to re-establish himself on European cultural stages. Korngold died in Hollywood on 29 November 1957.

Korngold’s music theatre works made him the most popularly performed German-speaking opera composer between 1910 and the 1930s alongside Richard Strauss. The opera Die tote Stadt (1916-1919) today continues to be included in the regular music theatre repertoire. The libretto based on Rodenbach’s novel “Bruges-la-morte” was written by Korngold himself in cooperation with his father under the pseudonym Paul Schott. Korngold’s music for the Symbolist, morbid text developed on the back of Late Romantic tonal worlds to form an independent expressive language tracing the psychology of the plot in great detail. Wunder der Heliane (1923-1926) which was considered by the composer as his most significant work marks a turning point in Korngold’s oeuvre. The monumental orchestral forces and the demands on the singers reach the limits of what is performable. During his second career as film music composer for the Warner Brothers Studios, the composer was able to bring the genre of symphonic film music to perfection. Korngold was one of the most influential co-founders of the “sound of Hollywood” with his classics such as “The Adventures of Robin Hood” (1938), “The Sea Hawk” (1940) and “The Sea Wolf” (1941).

The violin concerto (Concerto in D major 1937-1939/1945), the cello concerto (Concerto in C, 1946) and the Symphony in F# for large orchestra (1947-1952) guarantee that Korngold’s works have their place on the concert stage. These three compositions are all late works and connect the expertise of the classical composer with his experiences within the realms of film music. In his concert works, Korngold drew partly on the best thematic material from his film scores, in the creation of his significant post-war compositions. The solo parts are virtuoso, the orchestral writing displays skill in the changes of tonal colouring and the emotionally dense music is characterised by a noble yet yearning melos. Particularly in the symphony, ambitious rhythms are paired with a rugged chromaticism which overflows into atonality.

Korngold’s film music received four Oscar nominations. The composer was awarded the prize for the "Best Original Score" 1936 (“Anthony Adverse”) and 1938 (“The Adventures of Robin Hood”). Since 1995, the Erich Wolfgang Korngold Prize has been awarded by the foundation Deutsche Kinemathek for the lifework of an outstanding film music composer.

Works
Chronology
1897
Born in Brünn (today Brno) on 29 May, the son of the soon to be Viennese music critic Dr. Julius Korngold
1903
Piano and music theory lessons
1905
First extant composition
June 1906
Plays his fairy-tale cantata "Gold" to Gustav Mahler who pronounces him a genius, recommending that he be sent to Alexander von Zemlinsky for tuition
1909
His father has the first piano sonata and the piano pieces "Don Quixote" and "Der Schneemann" privately printed to send them to musicians
1910
The ballet pantomime "Der Schneemann" is orchestrated by Zemlinsky and performed at the Vienna Court Opera. Universal Edition prints the Piano Trio, Op. 1
1911/12
With the "Sinfonietta" based on "Motiv des fröhlichen Herzens", Korngold demonstrates his mastery of the large late-Romantic orchestra
1916
The two one-act operas "Violanta" and "Der Ring des Polykrates" are premièred in Munich under the direction of Bruno Walter. Siegfried Trebisch draws Korngold's attention to Rodenbach´s novel "Bruges-la-morte" which he himself translated into German. On the basis of this material, Julius and Erich Korngold work on the libretto of the opera "Die tote Stadt" under the pseudonym "Paul Schott"
1917
The twenty-year-old is called up as a recruit into the military band of an infantry regiment
1920
Première of the opera "Die tote Stadt". The Symbolist, Art Nouveau-related work with decorative and expressionist elements in the music sets out on a triumphant tour of the European theatres
1921
Finishes "Lieder des Abschieds" for alto and orchestra
1923
Korngold arranges "Eine Nacht in Venedig" by Johann Strauss for the Theater an der Wien
1924
Marries Luise von Sonnenthal. Earns additional money by conducting and by arranging operettas
1927
Première of the opera "Das Wunder der Heliane" which Korngold considers to be his most important work. It does, however, not become as successful as his previous operas: this time, Křenek's "Jonny spielt auf" is the opera of the year. Korngold is appointed professor at the Vienna Academy of Music
1929
Begins collaborating with Max Reinhardt: new production of "Die Fledermaus" by Johann Strauss in Berlin
1932
Starts to work at the opera "Die Kathrin". Première of the "Baby-Serenade" in which Korngold, for the first time, incorporates jazz elements in his style
1934/35
First stay in America: Korngold arranges Mendelssohn´s music for Max Reinhardt´s film version of "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
1935/36
Second stay in America: Korngold writes film scores for Paramount and Warner. "Anthony Adverse" receives an "Oscar" for the best film music of the year 1936
1937
Première of the song cycle "Unvergänglichkeit". The interest of the Viennese public is waning, the political situatuion in Austria gets increasingly worse for Korngold
1938
Back to Hollywood, the Korngolds are taken by surprise by the "Anschluss" of Austria by National Socialists. It is only now that Korngold decides to write film scores regularly. for the music of "The Adventures of Robin Hood" he is awarded his second Oscar
1939
Première of the opera "Die Kathrin" in Stockholm
until 1946
Korngold composes mainly film music, using his income to support many refugees. Together with Max Steiner, he stands for a new music style in Hollywood: the highly illustrative but independent music partly intervenes in the story of the film by expressing atmosphere and introducing leitmotifs
from 1945
Makes attempts to return to classical absolute music: in 1946 première of the Cello Concerto, in 1947 première of the Violin Concerto. Both works are inspired by film scores
1949
Returns to Vienna. Successful première of the "Symphonic Serenade" Op. 39 in 1950, conducted by Wilhelm Furtwängler. Other Korngold performances are poorly attended, getting bad reviews
1951
Disappointed, the Korngolds go back to America
1951
Radio première of "Die stumme Serenade"
1947-52
Creates his last major work, the "Symphony in F sharp"
1954
Trip to Europe to attend both the première of the symphony and the scenic première of the comedy "Die stumme Serenade" (The Silent Serenade), and to supervise the scoring of his last film assignment "Magic Fire" – a biography of Richard Wagner
1957
Korngold plans another symphony and an opera after Grillparzer´s "Das Kloster bei Sendomir". Dies on 29 November as a result of a cerebral thrombosis
Performances
Conductor: Frank Strobel
Orchestra: hr-Sinfonieorchester
2019-11-16 | Frankfurt/Main (Germany), Alte Oper — 18:00
Conductor: Bjarte Engeset
Orchestra: Telemark Symfoniorkester
2019-11-17 | Skien (Norway), Gulset kirke
Conductor: Vello Pähn
Orchestra: Estonian National Opera Orchestra
2019-11-17 | Tallinn (Estonia), Estonia Kontserdisaal
Conductor: Vello Pähn
Orchestra: Rahvusooper Estonia orkester
2019-11-17 | Tallinn (Estonia), Estonia kontserdisaalis — 19:00
Conductor: Markus Huber
Orchestra: Thüringen Philharmonie Gotha-Eisenach
2019-11-17 | Langen (Germany), Stadthalle — 18:00
Conductor: Kirill Petrenko
Orchestra: Bayerisches Staatsorchester
2019-11-18 | München (Germany), Nationaltheater — 19:00 | First Night
Conductor: Thomas Platzgummer
Orchestra: Joseph Haydn Orchester Bruck
2019-11-19 | Bruck an der Mur (Austria), Stadtsaal — 19:30
Conductor: Kirill Petrenko
Orchestra: Bayerisches Staatsorchester
2019-11-22 | München (Germany), Nationaltheater — 19:00
Conductor: Benjamin Reiners
2019-11-23 | Kiel (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Michele Mariotti
Orchestra: Nederlands Philharmonisch Orkest
2019-11-23 | Amsterdam (Netherlands), Concertgebouw — 20:15
Conductor: Stefan Susana
Orchestra: Orchester Kaltbrunn Niederurnen
2019-11-24 | Niederurnen (Switzerland), Linth-Escher — 16:00
Conductor: Michele Mariotti
Orchestra: Nederlands Philharmonisch Orkest
2019-11-25 | Amsterdam (Netherlands), Concertgebouw — 20:15
Conductor: Guido Mancusi
Orchestra: Wiener Symphoniker
2019-11-26 | Wien (Austria), Stadthalle — 20:00
Conductor: Kirill Petrenko
Orchestra: Bayerisches Staatsorchester
2019-11-26 | München (Germany), Nationaltheater — 19:00
2019-11-27 | (France)
Conductor: José Miguel Pérez Sierra
Orchestra: Bilbao Orkestra Sinfonikoa
2019-11-28 | Bilbao (Spain), Palacio Euskalduna — 19:30
Conductor: José Miguel Pérez Sierra
Orchestra: Bilbao Orkestra Sinfonikoa
2019-11-29 | Bilbao (Spain), Palacio Euskalduna — 19:30
Conductor: Paul Daniel
Orchestra: Orchestra of Opera North
2019-11-30 | Leeds (United Kingdom), Leeds Town Hall
Conductor: Stefan Susana
Orchestra: Orchester Kaltbrunn Niederurnen
2019-12-01 | Kaltbrunn (Switzerland), Kupfentreff — 16:00
Conductor: Kirill Petrenko
Orchestra: Bayerisches Staatsorchester
2019-12-01 | München (Germany), Nationaltheater — 18:00
Conductor: Thomas Søndergård
Orchestra: Bayerisches Staatsorchester
2019-12-02 | München (Germany), Nationaltheater — 20:00
Conductor: Nodoka Okisawa
Orchestra: Sinfonieorchester der Hochschule für Musik Hans Eisler
2019-12-02 | Berlin (Germany), Konzerthaus, Großer Saal — 20:00
Conductor: Thomas Søndergård
Orchestra: Bayerisches Staatsorchester
2019-12-03 | München (Germany), Nationaltheater — 20:00
2019-12-05 | Innsbruck (Austria), Haus der Musik
Conductor: Rumon Gamba
Orchestra: BBC Philharmonic
2019-12-05 | Salford (United Kingdom), Media City UK
Conductor: Kirill Petrenko
Orchestra: Bayerisches Staatsorchester
2019-12-06 | München (Germany), Nationaltheater — 19:00
Conductor: Rumon Gamba
Orchestra: BBC Philharmonic
2019-12-06 | Salford (United Kingdom), Media City UK
Conductor: Kirill Petrenko
Orchestra: Bayerisches Staatsorchester
2019-12-11 | München (Germany), Nationaltheater — 19:00
Conductor: John Wilson
Orchestra: Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks
2019-12-12 | München (Germany), Herkulessaal — 20:00
Conductor: John Wilson
Orchestra: Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks
2019-12-13 | München (Germany), Herkulessaal — 20:00
2019-12-15 | München (Germany), Gasteig, Kleiner Konzertsaal
Conductor: Benjamin Reiners
2019-12-19 | Kiel (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Paul Daniel
Orchestra: Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine
2019-12-19 | Bordeaux (France), Opéra, Auditorium — 20:00
Conductor: Francesco Milioto
Orchestra: Numi Opera Orchestra
2019-12-19 | Los Angeles, CA (United States of America), Colburn School, Zipper Hall
Conductor: Paul Daniel
Orchestra: Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine
2019-12-20 | Bordeaux (France), Opéra, Auditorium — 20:00
Conductor: Paul Daniel
Orchestra: Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine
2019-12-22 | Bordeaux (France), Opéra, Auditorium — 15:00
Conductor: Paul Daniel
Orchestra: Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine
2019-12-22 | Bordeaux (France), Opéra, Auditorium — 20:00
Conductor: Francesco Milioto
Orchestra: Numi Opera Orchestra
2019-12-22 | Los Angeles, CA (United States of America), Colburn School, Zipper Hall
Conductor: Paul Daniel
Orchestra: Orchestra of Opera North
2019-12-29 | Leeds (United Kingdom), Leeds Town Hall
Conductor: Tobias Ringborg
Orchestra: Kungliga Operan Orchestra
2019-12-31 | Stockholm (Sweden), Royal Swedish Opera — 18:00
Conductor: Lukas Beikircher
Orchestra: Tiroler Symphonieorchester Innsbruck
2019-12-31 | Innsbruck (Austria), Tiroler Landestheater, Saal Tirol — 10:00 - öffentliche Generalprobe
Conductor: Tobias Ringborg
Orchestra: Kungliga Operan Orchestra
2019-12-31 | Stockholm (Sweden), Royal Swedish Opera — 18:00
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-01-01 | Freiburg (Germany), Konzerthaus — 17:00
Conductor: Marc Niemann
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Bremerhaven
2020-01-01 | Bremerhaven (Germany), Stadttheater, Großes Haus
2020-01-01 | Wien (Austria), Volksoper
Conductor: Lukas Beikircher
Orchestra: Tiroler Symphonieorchester Innsbruck
2020-01-01 | Innsbruck (Austria), Tiroler Landestheater, Saal Tirol — 17:00
Conductor: Pascal Druey
Orchestra: Collegium Musicum Urdorf
2020-01-01 | Urdorf (Germany), Reformierte Kirche — 18:15
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-01-01 | Freiburg (Germany), Konzerthaus — 17:00
Conductor: Marc Niemann
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Bremerhaven
2020-01-02 | Bremerhaven (Germany), Stadttheater, Großes Haus
Conductor: Lukas Beikircher
Orchestra: Tiroler Symphonieorchester Innsbruck
2020-01-02 | Reutte (Austria)
Conductor: Lukas Beikircher
Orchestra: Tiroler Symphonieorchester Innsbruck
2020-01-03 | Kufstein (Austria)
Conductor: Per Otto Johansson
Orchestra: Het Gelders Orkest
2020-01-03 | Arnhem (Netherlands), Musis Sacrum — 20:00
Conductor: Per Otto Johansson
Orchestra: Het Gelders Orkest
2020-01-04 | Nijmegen (Netherlands), de Vereeniging — 20:15
Conductor: Benjamin Reiners
2020-01-05 | Kiel (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-01-05 | St. Louis (France), Theatre La Coupole — 17:00
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-01-05 | St. Louis (France), Theatre La Coupole — 17:00
2020-01-08 | Oslo (Norway), NRK Store studio
Conductor: Per Otto Johansson
Orchestra: Het Gelders Orkest
2020-01-09 | Doetinchem (Netherlands), Amphion — 20:00
Conductor: Benjamin Reiners
2020-01-09 | Kiel (Germany), Theater
Conductor: David Gilbert
Orchestra: Greenwich Symphony Orchestra
2020-01-11 | Greenwich, CT (United States of America), Greenwich High School, Performing Arts Center
Conductor: Per Otto Johansson
Orchestra: Het Gelders Orkest
2020-01-12 | Utrecht (Netherlands), TivoliVredenburg — 15:00
Conductor: David Gilbert
Orchestra: Greenwich Symphony Orchestra
2020-01-12 | Greenwich, CT (United States of America), Greenwich High School, Performing Arts Center
Conductor: Thomas Wilkins
Orchestra: Omaha Symphony
2020-01-17 | Omaha,NE (United States of America), Holland Center for the Performing Arts
Conductor: Thomas Wilkins
Orchestra: Omaha Symphony
2020-01-18 | Omaha,NE (United States of America), Holland Center for the Performing Arts
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-01-19 | Freiburg (Germany), Theater | First Night
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-01-19 | Theater (Germany), Freiburg
Conductor: Pinchas Steinberg
2020-01-21 | Torino (Italy), Teatro Regio — 20:00 | national Premiere
Conductor: Marc Niemann
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Bremerhaven
2020-01-22 | Marne (Germany), Reiner-Bull-Schule
Conductor: Pinchas Steinberg
2020-01-23 | Torino (Italy), Teatro Regio — 20:00
Conductor: Pinchas Steinberg
2020-01-25 | Torino (Italy), Teatro Regio — 15:00
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-01-26 | Freiburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Pinchas Steinberg
2020-01-26 | Torino (Italy), Teatro Regio — 15:00
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-01-26 | Theater (Germany), Freiburg
Conductor: Pinchas Steinberg
2020-01-28 | Torino (Italy), Teatro Regio — 20:00
2020-02-01 | Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA (United States of America), Sunset Center
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-02-01 | Theater (Germany), Freiburg
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-02-01 | Freiburg (Germany), Theater
2020-02-02 | Freiburg (Germany), Theater, Winterer-Foyer — 11:00
Orchestra: Erzgebirgische Philharmonie Aue
2020-02-22 | Aue (Germany), Kulturhaus
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-02-22 | Theater (Germany), Freiburg
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-02-22 | Freiburg (Germany), Theater
Orchestra: Erzgebirgische Philharmonie Aue
2020-02-24 | Annaberg Buchholz (Germany), Eduard-von-Winterstein-Theaer
Conductor: John WIlson
Orchestra: Philharmonia Orchestra
2020-02-27 | London (United Kingdom), Royal Festival Hall — 19.30
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-02-27 | Theater (Germany), Freiburg
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-02-27 | Freiburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Matthew Andrews
Orchestra: Southend Symphony Orchestra
2020-02-29 | Hadleigh, Essex (United Kingdom), Salvation Army Citadel — 19.30
Conductor: Chris Parsons
Orchestra: Bury Friendly Orchestra
2020-03-01 | Bury St Edmunds (United Kingdom), The Apex — 18.00
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-03-03 | Freiburg (Germany), Theater — 20:00
Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg
2020-03-08 | Freiburg (Germany), Theater — 15:00
Conductor: Benjamin Reiners
2020-03-10 | Kiel (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Kerem Hasan
Orchestra: Tiroler Symphonieorchester Innsbruck
2020-03-12 | Innsbruck (Austria), Congress
Conductor: David Danzmayr
Orchestra: Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
2020-03-13 | Indianapolis,IN (United States of America), Hilbert Circle Theatre
Conductor: Kerem Hasan
Orchestra: Tiroler Symphonieorchester Innsbruck
2020-03-13 | Innsbruck (Austria), Congress
Conductor: George Stelluto
Orchestra: Peoria Symphony Orchestra
2020-03-14 | Peoria,IL (United States of America), Grace Presbyterian Church
Conductor: David Danzmayr
Orchestra: Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
2020-03-14 | Indianapolis,IN (United States of America), Hilbert Circle Theatre
Conductor: Mike Seal
Orchestra: Kensington Symphony Orchestra
2020-03-14 | London (United Kingdom), St John's Smith Square — 19.30
Orchestra: Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
2020-03-19 | New Orleans,LA (United States of America), Orpheum Theater
Conductor: David Brophy
Orchestra: RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra
2020-03-20 | Dublin (Germany), National Concert Hall
Orchestra: Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
2020-03-20 | New Orleans,LA (United States of America), First Baptist Church Covington
Orchestra: Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
2020-03-21 | New Orleans,LA (United States of America), Orpheum Theater
Orchestra: Milton Keynes Youth Orchestra
2020-03-24 | Northampton (United Kingdom)
2020-03-25 | Berlin (Germany), Pierre Boulez Saal
Conductor: Jonny Williams
Orchestra: Newbury Symphony Orchestra
2020-03-28 | Berkshire (United Kingdom), St Barthlomew School — 19.30
Conductor: Daniel Huppert
2020-04-03 | Schwerin (Germany), Staatstheater; Großes Haus — 19:30 | First Night
Conductor: Daniel Huppert
2020-04-03 | Schwerin (Germany), Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater — 19:30 | First Night
2020-04-04 | Augsburg (Germany), Staatstheater, Rokkokosaal
Conductor: Daniel Huppert
2020-04-05 | Schwerin (Germany), Staatstheater; Großes Haus — 18:00
Conductor: Daniel Huppert
2020-04-05 | Schwerin (Germany), Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater — 18:00
Conductor: Valentina Peleggi
Orchestra: BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
2020-04-16 | Glasgow (United Kingdom) — 19.30
Conductor: Ron Argotsinger
Orchestra: Denver Pops Orchestra
2020-04-18 | Denver, CO (United States of America), Central Presbyterian Church
Conductor: Daniel Huppert
2020-04-18 | Schwerin (Germany), Staatstheater; Großes Haus — 19:30
Conductor: Daniel Huppert
2020-04-18 | Schwerin (Germany), Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater — 18:00
Conductor: David Švec; Maroš Potokár
2020-04-23 | Ostrava (Czech Republic), Antonín Dvořák Theatre — 18:30 | First Night
Conductor: Fabien Gabel
Orchestra: Detroit Symphony Orchestra
2020-04-24 | Detroit,MI (United States of America), Orchestra Hall
Conductor: Fabien Gabel
Orchestra: Detroit Symphony Orchestra
2020-04-25 | Detroit,MI (United States of America), Orchestra Hall
Conductor: David Švec; Maroš Potokár
2020-04-25 | Ostrava (Czech Republic), Antonín Dvořák Theatre — 18:30
Conductor: Fabien Gabel
Orchestra: Detroit Symphony Orchestra
2020-04-26 | Detroit,MI (United States of America), Orchestra Hall
Conductor: David Švec; Maroš Potokár
2020-04-28 | Ostrava (Czech Republic), Antonín Dvořák Theatre — 18:30
Conductor: John Wilson
Orchestra: Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin
2020-04-30 | Berlin (Germany), Philharmonie — 17.00
2020-05-02 | Olympia, WA (United States of America), Kenneth J. Minnaert Center
Conductor: David Švec; Maroš Potokár
2020-05-05 | Ostrava (Czech Republic), Antonín Dvořák Theatre — 18:30
Conductor: Levente Török
Orchestra: Philharmonisches Orchester der Stadt Ulm
2020-05-12 | Ulm (Germany), Congress-Centrum
Conductor: Daniel Huppert
2020-05-13 | Schwerin (Germany), Staatstheater; Großes Haus — 19:30
Conductor: Daniel Huppert
2020-05-13 | Schwerin (Germany), Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater — 18:00
Conductor: David Švec; Maroš Potokár
2020-05-20 | Ostrava (Czech Republic), Antonín Dvořák Theatre — 18:30
Conductor: Christian Jost
Orchestra: Saarländisches Staatsorchester
2020-05-24 | Saarbrücken (Germany), Congresshalle — 11:00
Conductor: Ben Palmer
Orchestra: St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra
2020-05-24 | Camebridge (United Kingdom), Cambridge Corn Exchange
Conductor: Christian Jost
Orchestra: Saarländisches Staatsorchester
2020-05-25 | Saarbrücken (Germany), Congresshalle — 20:00
Conductor: David Švec; Maroš Potokár
2020-05-26 | Ostrava (Czech Republic), Antonín Dvořák Theatre — 18:30
Conductor: Daniel Huppert
2020-05-29 | Schwerin (Germany), Staatstheater; Großes Haus — 19:30
Conductor: Daniel Huppert
2020-05-29 | Schwerin (Germany), Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater — 18:00
Orchestra: Jerusalem Quartet
2020-06-04 | Cologne (Germany), Philharmonie — 20.00
2020-06-21 | Freiburg (Germany), Theater, Winterer-Foyer — 11:00
Conductor: Kirill Petrenko
Orchestra: Bayerisches Staatsorchester
2020-07-19 | München (Germany), Nationaltheater — 19:00 - Münchner Opernfestspiele
Conductor: Simone Young
2020-08-21 | Melbourne (Australia), Victoria Opera
Products

per page
  1. Die tote Stadt

    Die tote Stadt

    Oper in drei Bildern
    Download Edition
    op. 12
    Edition : text/libretto
    Language : German
    Order No. : BN 3480 Q366
    €5.99  *
  2. Marietta's Song

    Marietta's Song

    from the opera "The Dead City"
    Download Edition
    op. 12
    Instrumentation : high voice and piano
    Edition : high
    Language : German - English
    Order No. : BSS 30639-01 Q475
    €6.99  *
  3. Die tote Stadt

    Die tote Stadt

    Oper in 3 Bildern
    Download Edition
    op. 12
    Edition : vocal/piano score
    Language : German
    Order No. : ED 3208 Q1874
    €42.99  *
  4. Five Songs

    Five Songs

    for medium voice and piano
    Download Edition
    op. 38
    Instrumentation : medium voice and piano
    Language : German - English
    Order No. : ED 4533 Q2267
    €13.99  *
  5. String Quartet No. 3

    String Quartet No. 3

    D major
    Download Edition
    op. 34
    Instrumentation : string quartet
    Edition : score and parts
    Order No. : ED 8751 Q3092
    €46.99  *
  6. Posthumous Songs

    Posthumous Songs

    First Edition
    Download Edition
    Volume number : Band 1
    Instrumentation : medium voice and piano
    Language : German
    Order No. : ED 8902 Q3113
    €24.99  *
  7. Concerto in D major

    Concerto in D major

    for violin and orchestra
    Download Edition
    op. 35
    Instrumentation : violin and orchestra
    Edition : piano reduction with solo part
    Order No. : ED 6713 Q22848
    €19.99  *
  8. Posthumous Songs

    Posthumous Songs

    First Edition
    Download Edition
    text writer : Korngold, Erich Wolfgang
    Volume number : Band 2
    Instrumentation : medium voice and piano
    Language : German
    Order No. : ED 20232 Q23047
    €22.99  *
  9. Nine Shakespeare Songs

    Nine Shakespeare Songs

    Download Edition
    op. 29 und 31
    Instrumentation : high voice and piano
    Language : English
    Order No. : ED 7882 Q23934
    €21.99  *
  10. Symphony in F#

    Symphony in F#

    Download Edition
    op. 40
    Instrumentation : orchestra
    Edition : study score
    Order No. : ETP 8048 Q24861
    €33.99  *

per page
News