We are very happy for Ragnhild Hemsing, who will receive the OPUS Award in the category "Classical Music without Borders" for her album RØTA!
The award ceremony will take place on 10 October at the Konzerthaus Berlin and will be broadcast on ZDF on the same evening.
https://www.opusklassik.de

We are looking forward to the journey together with him, who is now, after years of successful experiences all over the world, also increasingly returning to his roots in the German-speaking world.
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With the violin concerto by the jubilee Ludwig van Beethoven, Fedor Rudin will make his debut with the Norwegian Radio Orchestra on November 11th, 2020. Conducted by the new chief conductor Petr Popelka, Popelka's own composition “Festive fanfare for brass, harp and percussion” and Beethoven's 7th Symphony will also be heard.

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The Parker Quartet goes on a European tour! Daniel Chong (violin), Ken Hamao (violin), Jessica Bodner (viola) and Kee-Hyun Kim (violoncello) will play in Istanbul on October 31, 2020, in Munich on November 3 and in Herisau (CH) on November 4 .
The planned concert on October 29 in the Konzerthaus Berlin unfortunately had to be postponed to 2022 due to the circumstances of the corona pandemic

The German-Greek artist Danae Dörken is already one of the most sought-after young pianists of her generation. She was encouraged by Yehudi Menuhin at an early age and studied with Karl-Heinz Kämmerling and Lars Vogt. In 2015 she founded the “Molyvos International Music Festival” on Lesbos together with her sister - and regular duo partner - Kiveli Dörken.
In addition to the purely classical repertoire, Danae Dörken also likes to go into her Greek roots in her programs. Your last album "East and West", on which you u. a. Eastern music by Chopin and Kalomiris met western music by Schubert and Grieg, met with a great response from the public and the specialist press.

Quatuor Arod's new album Schubert: Death and the Maiden will be released on October 2nd, 2020 by Warner Classics. “We wanted to discover the different stylistic phases in Schubert's life,” the French musicians explain. And so, in addition to the eponymous string quartet No. 14 “Death and the Maiden”, the string quartets No. 4 and No. 12 (“Quartettsatz”) can be heard on the young quartet's new album.

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