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Hans Werner  Henze

Born: July 1st, 1926
Died: October 27th, 2012
Country of origin: Germany
Upcoming :
Conductor: Cornelius Meister, 18/19; Thomas Guggeis, 29.03.2019, 06.04.2019, 19/20
2019-10-26 | Stuttgart (Germany), Opernhaus
2019-10-26 | Greifswald (Germany), Theater | First Night
If music were a part of man's everyday life, as it should be, there would certainly be less aggression and much more equality and love on Earth; for music is a means of communication and understanding, a means of reconciliation. (Hans Werner Henze)
Born in Gütersloh on 1 July 1926, Henze received his earliest musical training at the Braunschweig Staatsmusikschule. As a child, he witnessed the branding of modern music, art and literature by the Nazis. After having worked as a répétiteur at the Bielefeld Stadttheater Henze began to study with Wolfgang Fortner at the Heidelberg Institute for Church Music in 1946. In the late 1940s he came across serialism and began to attend the Darmstadt Summer Courses for New Music. After fulfilling his engagements at the Constance Theatre and the Wiesbaden Hessisches Staatstheater, Henze left Germany in 1953 and settled in Italy. It was also the geographical distance to the German contemporary music theory that helped him to achieve new varied forms of expression in his own music. In the late 1970s and early 1980s Henze turned to more traditional forms. From 1962 to 1967 Henze taught a master class of composition at the Salzburg Mozarteum while other teaching assignments led him to the USA and Cuba. In Cologne Henze held a chair at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik from 1980 to 1991. In addition, he was appointed composer-in-residence at the Berkshire Music Center in Tanglewood/USA in 1983 and 1988-1996 as well as of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra in 1991. In 1976 Henze founded the Cantiere Internazionale d'Arte in Montepulciano and in 1988 brought the Munich Biennial: International Festival of New Music Theatre into being which he headed until 1996.
Henze's oeuvre as a composer is very comprehensive: He wrote solo concertos, symphonies, oratorios, song cycles, chamber music. It was especially the works for music theatre that have made Henze one of the most frequently performed contemporary composers of our time. The radio opera version of his early opera Ein Landarzt based on Franz Kafka's story of the same name was awarded the 'Prix Italia' as early as 1953. His varied opera repertoire includes works such as Das Wundertheater (1948/64), Boulevard Soltitude (1951), a setting of the Manon Lescaut material, König Hirsch (1953-56), Elegie für junge Liebende (1956/61, rev. 1987), Die Bassariden (1964/65, rev. 1992), Pollicino (1979/80) as well as 'Das verratene Meer' revised in 2003/2005 (Gogo no Eiko, original version 1986/89). Henze entertained a close relationship with Ingeborg Bachmann, their joint collaboration resulting in works such as (1964), Der junge LordDer Prinz von Homburg (1958/59, rev. 1991) as well as Nachtstücke und Arien for soprano and large orchestra (1957).
In the centre of Henze's orchestral compositions are his ten symphonies, including Sinfonia N.9 for mixed choir and orchestra (1995-97) with verses by Hans-Ulrich Treichel based on the novel 'The Seventh Cross' by Anna Seghers – an impressive example of Henze's examination of Germany's National Socialist past. Sinfonia N.10, commissioned by Paul Sacher, was premiered at a widely acclaimed performance in Lucerne in 2002 by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Sir Simon Rattle.
Among the numerous awards and prizes received by Henze are: 1990 Ernst von Siemens Music Award, 1995 appointment as Accademico Onorario of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Rome, 1997 Hans von Bülow Medal of the Berlin Philharmonic, 1998 appointment as Honorary Fellow of the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, 2000 Praemium Imperiale in Tokio, 2001 Cannes Classical Award in the category 'Best Living Composer', to mention but a few. 2003 saw his appointment as Chevalier de la Légion d'honneur, Paris and his receiving the Prize of the International Summer Academy Mozarteum 'Neues Hören' for the successful conveyance of new music. On the occasion of Henze's 80th birthday in 2006, numerous international concert halls, such as the Konzerthaus Dortmund and the Kungliga Filharmonikerna Stockholms Konserthus, dedicated special concert series to him. In 2007 the recording of Henze's melodrama Aristaeus with Martin Wuttke and the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Marek Janowski was awarded the Echo Klassik in the category 'Best First Recording of the Year'.
1926
Born in Gütersloh on 1 July
1942
Studied at the Brunswick State Music School
1944
Military service
1944
Répétiteur at the Bielefelder Stadttheater
1946
Studied at the Institute for Church Music in Heidelberg and with Wolfgang Fortner
1948
Music collaborator of Heinz Hilpert at the Deutsches Theater at Konstanz
1950
Artistic director and conductor of the ballet of  the Hessisches Staatstheater at Wiesbaden
1951
Robert Schumann Prize of the city of Düsseldorf
1953
Premio RAI (in the framework of the Prix Italia) for "A Country Doctor"
1953
Settled in Italy
1956
Sibelius Gold Medal, London
1957
Great Arts Award of North Rhine-Westphalia
1958
Music Critics Award of Buenos Aires
1959
Great Arts Award of Berlin
1960-68
Member of the West Berlin Akademie der Künste
1961
Arts Award of Lower Saxony, Hanover
1962-67
Master class in composition at the Salzburg Mozarteum
1964
Member of the Bayerische Akademie der Schönen Künste, Munich
1967
Visiting professor at the Dartmouth College New Hampshire, USA
1968
Associate member of the East Berlin Akademie der Künste, GDR
1969-70
Teaching and research activities in La Habana, Cuba
1971
Honorary doctorate of music of the University of Edinburgh
1975
Honorary member of the Royal Academy of Music, London
1976
Ludwig Spohr Prize of the city of Brunswick
1976
Founded the Cantiere Internazionale d'Arte in Montepulciano
1980
Awards of the city of Positano for the baletts "Ondine" and "Orpheus"
1980-91
Professor of composition at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik in Cologne
1981
Artistic director of the Accademia Filarmonica Romana
1981
Founded the Mürztaler Musikwerkstätten, Mürzzuschlag (Styria)
1982
Honorary member of the Berlin Deutsche Oper
1982
Honorary member of the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York
1983
Bach Prize of the Free Hanseatic City of Hamburg
1983
Associate member of the Deutsche Akademie für Sprache und Dichtung, Darmstadt
1983
Composer-in-Residence at the Berkshire Music Center in Tanglewood/MA (USA)
1983
Composer-in-Residence at the Cabrillo Music Festival in Santa Cruz/CA (USA)
1983
Director of the 3. Mürztaler Musikwerkstatt
1984
Founded the Deutschlandsberger Jugendmusikfest (Styria)
1987
International Chair for Composition at the Royal Academy of Music, London
1988
Founder and artistic director of the Munich Biennale (international festival for new music theatre)
1988
Composer-in-Residence at the Berkshire Music Center in Tangelwood/MA (USA)
1989
Director of the "Gütersloher Sommerakademie Hans Werner Henze"
1990
Music Award Ernst von Siemens
1990
"Apollo d'oro", Bilbao
1991
Composer-in-Residence of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and fellow of the Berlin Wissenschaftskolleg for 1991/92
1991
Award of the International Theatre Institute (ITI)
1991
Grand Cross for Distinguished Service of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany
1991
"München leuchtet" Medal in gold
1991
Honorary member of the International Society of New Music
1992

Member of the Academia Scientiarum et Artium Europaea, Salzburg

1995
Music Award of Duisburg in connection with the Köhler Osbahr Foundation
1995
Accademico Onorario of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Rome
1996
Annette-von-Droste-Hülshoff Prize of the Landschaftsverband Westphalia-Lippe
1996
Special Cultural Award of the city of Munich
1996
Honorary doctorate of the University of Osnabrück
1996
Honorary Citizen of Montepulciano
1996
President of the Contemporary Opera Studio of the English National Opera
1997
Honorary citizen of Marino
1997
Hans-von-Bülow Medal of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
1998
Bavarian Maximilian Order for Science and Art
1998
Honorary Fellow of the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester
1998
Premio Abbiati 1998 of the Associazione Nazionale Critici Musicali for the production "Venus und Adonis" at the Teatro Carlo Felice di Genova
2000
Praemium Imperiale, Tokyo
2001
Cannes Classical Award for the category "Best Living Composer"
2001
"Deutscher Tanzpreis 2001"
2002
"Laurence Olivier Award 2000" in the category "Best New Opera Production" for "Boulevard Solitude" at the Royal Opera House in London
2003
Complete performance of all ten symphonies at festival "Présences" in Paris
2004
Honorary doctorate of the University for Music and Performing Arts, Munich
2006
Premio "Franco Abbiati" della critica musicale italiana 2006 for the production of "Elegy for Young Lovers" at Teatro delle Muse, Ancona (direction, stage and costume design Pier Luigi Pizzi)
2007
Grand Cross with Star of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany
2010
Honorary Doctor of Music of Royal College of Music, London
2010
European Culture Award of the KulturForum Europa
2010
Premio Ardinghello of the Faculty of German Studies at the University of Florence
2010
Aquila d'Oro of the Associazione Corfinium onlus for his merits for the Italian culture
2011
Lifetime Achievement Award of the GEMA Music Author’s Award
2012
Died on 27 October in Dresden
Conductor: Cornelius Meister, 18/19; Thomas Guggeis, 29.03.2019, 06.04.2019, 19/20
2019-10-26 | Stuttgart (Germany), Opernhaus
2019-10-26 | Greifswald (Germany), Theater | First Night
Conductor: Vladimir Jurowski
2019-11-02 | Berlin (Germany), Komische Oper, Großes Haus — 19:00
Conductor: Vladimir Jurowski
2019-11-05 | Berlin (Germany), Komische Oper, Großes Haus — 19:00
Conductor: Daniel Harding
Orchestra: Sveriges Radios Symfoniorkester
2019-11-08 | Stockholm (Sweden), Berwaldhallen — 19:00
Conductor: Cornelius Meister
2019-11-09 | Berlin (Germany), Philharmonie, Kammermusiksaal — 19:00
Conductor: Daniel Harding
Orchestra: Sveriges Radios Symfoniorkester
2019-11-09 | Stockholm (Sweden), Berwaldhallen — 15:00
Conductor: Vladimir Jurowski
2019-11-10 | Berlin (Germany), Komische Oper, Großes Haus — 18:00
Conductor: Thomas Søndergård
Orchestra: Royal Scottish National Orchestra
2019-11-13 | Glasgow (United Kingdom), New Auditorium, Royal Concert Hall
2019-11-15 | Stralsund (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Christoph Poppen
Orchestra: Hong Kong Sinfonietta
2019-11-16 | Hong Kong (China, People's Republic), HK City Concert Hall — 20.00
Conductor: Dmitry Liss
Orchestra: Ural Philharmonic Orchestra
2019-11-20 | Hamburg (Germany), Elbphilharmonie
Conductor: Dmitry Liss
Orchestra: Ural Philharmonic Orchestra
2019-11-29 | Yekaterinburg (Russia), Sverdlovsk Philharmonic Concert Hall | national Premiere
2020-01-12 | Freiburg (Germany), Theater, Winterer-Foyer — 11:00
Conductor: Fred Chu
Orchestra: Pacifica Chamber Orchestra
2020-03-29 | Everett,WA (United States of America), First Presbyterian Church
Conductor: Jonathan Darlington
2020-06-07 | Frankfurt (Germany), Oper — 18:00 | First Night
Conductor: Jonathan Darlington
2020-06-13 | Frankfurt (Germany), Oper — 19:30
Conductor: Jonathan Darlington
2020-06-19 | Frankfurt (Germany), Oper — 19:30
Conductor: Jonathan Darlington
2020-06-25 | Frankfurt (Germany), Oper — 19:30
Conductor: Vladimir Jurowski
2020-06-26 | Berlin (Germany), Komische Oper, Großes Haus — 19:00
Conductor: Jonathan Darlington
2020-07-01 | Frankfurt (Germany), Oper — 19:30
Conductor: Jonathan Darlington
2020-07-04 | Frankfurt (Germany), Oper — 19:30

Gallery

per page
  1. Doppio Concerto

    Doppio Concerto

    Composer : Henze, Hans Werner
    Instrumentation : oboe, harp and strings
    Edition : full score
    Order No. : ED 50
    €106.00  *
  2. Cinque canzoni napoletane

    Cinque canzoni napoletane

    Fünf neapolitanische Lieder
    Composer : Henze, Hans Werner
    Instrumentation : baritone and Kammerensemble
    Edition : performance material
    Language : Italian
  3. Aria de la folía española

    Aria de la folía española

    Einrichtung für 4 Saxophone, Klavier vierhändig und Schlagzeug von Roderick Watkins (1999)
    Composer : Henze, Hans Werner
    Instrumentation : 4 saxophones, piano vierhändig and percussion
    Edition : performance material
  4. L'usignolo dell'imperatore – Des Kaisers Nachtigall

    L'usignolo dell'imperatore – Des Kaisers Nachtigall

    Ballett-Pantomime von Giulio di Majo
    Composer : Henze, Hans Werner
    Instrumentation : orchestra
    Edition : performance material
  5. Aristaeus

    Aristaeus

    Dramma in musica
    Composer : Henze, Hans Werner
    text writer : Henze, Hans Werner
    Instrumentation : Speaker and Orchestra
    Edition : performance material
    Language : German
  6. Appassionatamente plus

    Appassionatamente plus

    per grande orchestra
    Composer : Henze, Hans Werner
    Instrumentation : large orchestra
    Edition : performance material
  7. Dramatische Szenen aus

    Dramatische Szenen aus "Orpheus" II

    für großes Orchester
    Composer : Henze, Hans Werner
    Instrumentation : large orchestra
    Edition : performance material
  8. Fraternité

    Fraternité

    Air pour l'orchestre
    Composer : Henze, Hans Werner
    Instrumentation : orchestra
    Edition : performance material
  9. Wesendonck-Lieder

    Wesendonck-Lieder

    Fünf Lieder für eine Frauenstimme auf Gedichte von Mathilde Wesendonck von Richard Wagner
    Instrumentation : alto and chamber orchestra
    Edition : conductor's and study score
    Language : German
    Order No. : ED 7230
    €47.50  *
  10. Five Scenes from the Snow Country

    Five Scenes from the Snow Country

    for marimba solo
    Composer : Henze, Hans Werner
    Instrumentation : marimba
    Order No. : BAT 39
    €17.00  *

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Profile
If music were a part of man's everyday life, as it should be, there would certainly be less aggression and much more equality and love on Earth; for music is a means of communication and understanding, a means of reconciliation. (Hans Werner Henze)
Born in Gütersloh on 1 July 1926, Henze received his earliest musical training at the Braunschweig Staatsmusikschule. As a child, he witnessed the branding of modern music, art and literature by the Nazis. After having worked as a répétiteur at the Bielefeld Stadttheater Henze began to study with Wolfgang Fortner at the Heidelberg Institute for Church Music in 1946. In the late 1940s he came across serialism and began to attend the Darmstadt Summer Courses for New Music. After fulfilling his engagements at the Constance Theatre and the Wiesbaden Hessisches Staatstheater, Henze left Germany in 1953 and settled in Italy. It was also the geographical distance to the German contemporary music theory that helped him to achieve new varied forms of expression in his own music. In the late 1970s and early 1980s Henze turned to more traditional forms. From 1962 to 1967 Henze taught a master class of composition at the Salzburg Mozarteum while other teaching assignments led him to the USA and Cuba. In Cologne Henze held a chair at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik from 1980 to 1991. In addition, he was appointed composer-in-residence at the Berkshire Music Center in Tanglewood/USA in 1983 and 1988-1996 as well as of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra in 1991. In 1976 Henze founded the Cantiere Internazionale d'Arte in Montepulciano and in 1988 brought the Munich Biennial: International Festival of New Music Theatre into being which he headed until 1996.
Henze's oeuvre as a composer is very comprehensive: He wrote solo concertos, symphonies, oratorios, song cycles, chamber music. It was especially the works for music theatre that have made Henze one of the most frequently performed contemporary composers of our time. The radio opera version of his early opera Ein Landarzt based on Franz Kafka's story of the same name was awarded the 'Prix Italia' as early as 1953. His varied opera repertoire includes works such as Das Wundertheater (1948/64), Boulevard Soltitude (1951), a setting of the Manon Lescaut material, König Hirsch (1953-56), Elegie für junge Liebende (1956/61, rev. 1987), Die Bassariden (1964/65, rev. 1992), Pollicino (1979/80) as well as 'Das verratene Meer' revised in 2003/2005 (Gogo no Eiko, original version 1986/89). Henze entertained a close relationship with Ingeborg Bachmann, their joint collaboration resulting in works such as (1964), Der junge LordDer Prinz von Homburg (1958/59, rev. 1991) as well as Nachtstücke und Arien for soprano and large orchestra (1957).
In the centre of Henze's orchestral compositions are his ten symphonies, including Sinfonia N.9 for mixed choir and orchestra (1995-97) with verses by Hans-Ulrich Treichel based on the novel 'The Seventh Cross' by Anna Seghers – an impressive example of Henze's examination of Germany's National Socialist past. Sinfonia N.10, commissioned by Paul Sacher, was premiered at a widely acclaimed performance in Lucerne in 2002 by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Sir Simon Rattle.
Among the numerous awards and prizes received by Henze are: 1990 Ernst von Siemens Music Award, 1995 appointment as Accademico Onorario of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Rome, 1997 Hans von Bülow Medal of the Berlin Philharmonic, 1998 appointment as Honorary Fellow of the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, 2000 Praemium Imperiale in Tokio, 2001 Cannes Classical Award in the category 'Best Living Composer', to mention but a few. 2003 saw his appointment as Chevalier de la Légion d'honneur, Paris and his receiving the Prize of the International Summer Academy Mozarteum 'Neues Hören' for the successful conveyance of new music. On the occasion of Henze's 80th birthday in 2006, numerous international concert halls, such as the Konzerthaus Dortmund and the Kungliga Filharmonikerna Stockholms Konserthus, dedicated special concert series to him. In 2007 the recording of Henze's melodrama Aristaeus with Martin Wuttke and the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Marek Janowski was awarded the Echo Klassik in the category 'Best First Recording of the Year'.
Works
Chronology
1926
Born in Gütersloh on 1 July
1942
Studied at the Brunswick State Music School
1944
Military service
1944
Répétiteur at the Bielefelder Stadttheater
1946
Studied at the Institute for Church Music in Heidelberg and with Wolfgang Fortner
1948
Music collaborator of Heinz Hilpert at the Deutsches Theater at Konstanz
1950
Artistic director and conductor of the ballet of  the Hessisches Staatstheater at Wiesbaden
1951
Robert Schumann Prize of the city of Düsseldorf
1953
Premio RAI (in the framework of the Prix Italia) for "A Country Doctor"
1953
Settled in Italy
1956
Sibelius Gold Medal, London
1957
Great Arts Award of North Rhine-Westphalia
1958
Music Critics Award of Buenos Aires
1959
Great Arts Award of Berlin
1960-68
Member of the West Berlin Akademie der Künste
1961
Arts Award of Lower Saxony, Hanover
1962-67
Master class in composition at the Salzburg Mozarteum
1964
Member of the Bayerische Akademie der Schönen Künste, Munich
1967
Visiting professor at the Dartmouth College New Hampshire, USA
1968
Associate member of the East Berlin Akademie der Künste, GDR
1969-70
Teaching and research activities in La Habana, Cuba
1971
Honorary doctorate of music of the University of Edinburgh
1975
Honorary member of the Royal Academy of Music, London
1976
Ludwig Spohr Prize of the city of Brunswick
1976
Founded the Cantiere Internazionale d'Arte in Montepulciano
1980
Awards of the city of Positano for the baletts "Ondine" and "Orpheus"
1980-91
Professor of composition at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik in Cologne
1981
Artistic director of the Accademia Filarmonica Romana
1981
Founded the Mürztaler Musikwerkstätten, Mürzzuschlag (Styria)
1982
Honorary member of the Berlin Deutsche Oper
1982
Honorary member of the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York
1983
Bach Prize of the Free Hanseatic City of Hamburg
1983
Associate member of the Deutsche Akademie für Sprache und Dichtung, Darmstadt
1983
Composer-in-Residence at the Berkshire Music Center in Tanglewood/MA (USA)
1983
Composer-in-Residence at the Cabrillo Music Festival in Santa Cruz/CA (USA)
1983
Director of the 3. Mürztaler Musikwerkstatt
1984
Founded the Deutschlandsberger Jugendmusikfest (Styria)
1987
International Chair for Composition at the Royal Academy of Music, London
1988
Founder and artistic director of the Munich Biennale (international festival for new music theatre)
1988
Composer-in-Residence at the Berkshire Music Center in Tangelwood/MA (USA)
1989
Director of the "Gütersloher Sommerakademie Hans Werner Henze"
1990
Music Award Ernst von Siemens
1990
"Apollo d'oro", Bilbao
1991
Composer-in-Residence of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and fellow of the Berlin Wissenschaftskolleg for 1991/92
1991
Award of the International Theatre Institute (ITI)
1991
Grand Cross for Distinguished Service of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany
1991
"München leuchtet" Medal in gold
1991
Honorary member of the International Society of New Music
1992

Member of the Academia Scientiarum et Artium Europaea, Salzburg

1995
Music Award of Duisburg in connection with the Köhler Osbahr Foundation
1995
Accademico Onorario of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Rome
1996
Annette-von-Droste-Hülshoff Prize of the Landschaftsverband Westphalia-Lippe
1996
Special Cultural Award of the city of Munich
1996
Honorary doctorate of the University of Osnabrück
1996
Honorary Citizen of Montepulciano
1996
President of the Contemporary Opera Studio of the English National Opera
1997
Honorary citizen of Marino
1997
Hans-von-Bülow Medal of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
1998
Bavarian Maximilian Order for Science and Art
1998
Honorary Fellow of the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester
1998
Premio Abbiati 1998 of the Associazione Nazionale Critici Musicali for the production "Venus und Adonis" at the Teatro Carlo Felice di Genova
2000
Praemium Imperiale, Tokyo
2001
Cannes Classical Award for the category "Best Living Composer"
2001
"Deutscher Tanzpreis 2001"
2002
"Laurence Olivier Award 2000" in the category "Best New Opera Production" for "Boulevard Solitude" at the Royal Opera House in London
2003
Complete performance of all ten symphonies at festival "Présences" in Paris
2004
Honorary doctorate of the University for Music and Performing Arts, Munich
2006
Premio "Franco Abbiati" della critica musicale italiana 2006 for the production of "Elegy for Young Lovers" at Teatro delle Muse, Ancona (direction, stage and costume design Pier Luigi Pizzi)
2007
Grand Cross with Star of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany
2010
Honorary Doctor of Music of Royal College of Music, London
2010
European Culture Award of the KulturForum Europa
2010
Premio Ardinghello of the Faculty of German Studies at the University of Florence
2010
Aquila d'Oro of the Associazione Corfinium onlus for his merits for the Italian culture
2011
Lifetime Achievement Award of the GEMA Music Author’s Award
2012
Died on 27 October in Dresden
Performances
Conductor: Cornelius Meister, 18/19; Thomas Guggeis, 29.03.2019, 06.04.2019, 19/20
2019-10-26 | Stuttgart (Germany), Opernhaus
2019-10-26 | Greifswald (Germany), Theater | First Night
Conductor: Vladimir Jurowski
2019-11-02 | Berlin (Germany), Komische Oper, Großes Haus — 19:00
Conductor: Vladimir Jurowski
2019-11-05 | Berlin (Germany), Komische Oper, Großes Haus — 19:00
Conductor: Daniel Harding
Orchestra: Sveriges Radios Symfoniorkester
2019-11-08 | Stockholm (Sweden), Berwaldhallen — 19:00
Conductor: Cornelius Meister
2019-11-09 | Berlin (Germany), Philharmonie, Kammermusiksaal — 19:00
Conductor: Daniel Harding
Orchestra: Sveriges Radios Symfoniorkester
2019-11-09 | Stockholm (Sweden), Berwaldhallen — 15:00
Conductor: Vladimir Jurowski
2019-11-10 | Berlin (Germany), Komische Oper, Großes Haus — 18:00
Conductor: Thomas Søndergård
Orchestra: Royal Scottish National Orchestra
2019-11-13 | Glasgow (United Kingdom), New Auditorium, Royal Concert Hall
2019-11-15 | Stralsund (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Christoph Poppen
Orchestra: Hong Kong Sinfonietta
2019-11-16 | Hong Kong (China, People's Republic), HK City Concert Hall — 20.00
Conductor: Dmitry Liss
Orchestra: Ural Philharmonic Orchestra
2019-11-20 | Hamburg (Germany), Elbphilharmonie
Conductor: Dmitry Liss
Orchestra: Ural Philharmonic Orchestra
2019-11-29 | Yekaterinburg (Russia), Sverdlovsk Philharmonic Concert Hall | national Premiere
2020-01-12 | Freiburg (Germany), Theater, Winterer-Foyer — 11:00
Conductor: Fred Chu
Orchestra: Pacifica Chamber Orchestra
2020-03-29 | Everett,WA (United States of America), First Presbyterian Church
Conductor: Jonathan Darlington
2020-06-07 | Frankfurt (Germany), Oper — 18:00 | First Night
Conductor: Jonathan Darlington
2020-06-13 | Frankfurt (Germany), Oper — 19:30
Conductor: Jonathan Darlington
2020-06-19 | Frankfurt (Germany), Oper — 19:30
Conductor: Jonathan Darlington
2020-06-25 | Frankfurt (Germany), Oper — 19:30
Conductor: Vladimir Jurowski
2020-06-26 | Berlin (Germany), Komische Oper, Großes Haus — 19:00
Conductor: Jonathan Darlington
2020-07-01 | Frankfurt (Germany), Oper — 19:30
Conductor: Jonathan Darlington
2020-07-04 | Frankfurt (Germany), Oper — 19:30
Gallery

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Products

per page
  1. Doppio Concerto

    Doppio Concerto

    Composer : Henze, Hans Werner
    Instrumentation : oboe, harp and strings
    Edition : full score
    Order No. : ED 50
    €106.00  *
  2. Cinque canzoni napoletane

    Cinque canzoni napoletane

    Fünf neapolitanische Lieder
    Composer : Henze, Hans Werner
    Instrumentation : baritone and Kammerensemble
    Edition : performance material
    Language : Italian
  3. Aria de la folía española

    Aria de la folía española

    Einrichtung für 4 Saxophone, Klavier vierhändig und Schlagzeug von Roderick Watkins (1999)
    Composer : Henze, Hans Werner
    Instrumentation : 4 saxophones, piano vierhändig and percussion
    Edition : performance material
  4. L'usignolo dell'imperatore – Des Kaisers Nachtigall

    L'usignolo dell'imperatore – Des Kaisers Nachtigall

    Ballett-Pantomime von Giulio di Majo
    Composer : Henze, Hans Werner
    Instrumentation : orchestra
    Edition : performance material
  5. Aristaeus

    Aristaeus

    Dramma in musica
    Composer : Henze, Hans Werner
    text writer : Henze, Hans Werner
    Instrumentation : Speaker and Orchestra
    Edition : performance material
    Language : German
  6. Appassionatamente plus

    Appassionatamente plus

    per grande orchestra
    Composer : Henze, Hans Werner
    Instrumentation : large orchestra
    Edition : performance material
  7. Dramatische Szenen aus

    Dramatische Szenen aus "Orpheus" II

    für großes Orchester
    Composer : Henze, Hans Werner
    Instrumentation : large orchestra
    Edition : performance material
  8. Fraternité

    Fraternité

    Air pour l'orchestre
    Composer : Henze, Hans Werner
    Instrumentation : orchestra
    Edition : performance material
  9. Wesendonck-Lieder

    Wesendonck-Lieder

    Fünf Lieder für eine Frauenstimme auf Gedichte von Mathilde Wesendonck von Richard Wagner
    Instrumentation : alto and chamber orchestra
    Edition : conductor's and study score
    Language : German
    Order No. : ED 7230
    €47.50  *
  10. Five Scenes from the Snow Country

    Five Scenes from the Snow Country

    for marimba solo
    Composer : Henze, Hans Werner
    Instrumentation : marimba
    Order No. : BAT 39
    €17.00  *

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