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In 2019/2020, the fruitful  musical cooperation between Mintz and Prosseda is documented on a series of CDs to be released by Universal Classics/DECCA Italy, starting in May 2019 with  the Sonotas for violin and piano by Mendelssohn,   

A 2nd album presenting Mendelssoh's Double Concerto for violin and piano is to be expected in the fall 2019.

Finally a 3rd CD will follow in 2020, dedicated to the music of the 20th century with works by Stockhausen, Omizzolo and Fano.

All those recordings are connected
to corresponding concert programs.



Presse  &  Video

Aside Mintz's international teaching and concert activities as soloist and conductor, the upcoming year will be marked by his increasing presence on European concert podiums supported by  the release of several new recordings.

On March 1st
Mintz' longtime expected album with the solo sonatas by Ysaye has been released by Universal Italy/DECCA and is available at Amazon, Apple Music, spotify and quobuz.

In early summer will follow the  album with Sonatas f. violin and piano by Mendessohn and end of 2019 Mendelssohn's Double Concerto f. violin and piano, both recordded with Prosseda.

an updated complete edition of all of Shlomo Mintz' Deutsche Grammophon recordings has been released on April 5 at UniversaL/DG - a present to all the admirers and fans of his exceptional music.
The 15-Cd box isalso  available at JPC and Amazon.

Alongside, Shlomo Mintz' upcoming seasons on European concert podiums will include a cycle of solo sonatas,
a duo recital series and a new chamber music program with the Philharmonic Violins Berlin. 



Current calendar
    Press  &  video
For Prosseda, Mendelssohn and Mozart will be again in the focus of his concerts and recordings in 2019.

The first mark is set in January by Mozart: Universal/ DECCA has released the last album with his complete recordings of all piano sonatas, waited for with curiosity by his fans.

The double CD with the sonatas 13-18, completed by the Fantasia K 475 and the posthume K 312 is available at Amazon and on digital platformes
(Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, Deezer, Qobuz, Tidal where it found in the first 6 days already thousands of listeners!

Mendelssohn will then be present throughout the whole year with several new CDs, recitals and concerts.

Prosseda had completed in October 2018 his Mendelssohn recordings series by the release of
Mendelssohn's 1st+2nd piano concerti (recorded with Dutch Residentie Orkest/de Vriend and available at Amazon.com and via spotify, Deezer,Tidal, Apple Music)) 2 more CDs presenting the Double concerto (with Shlomo Mintz) and the Concerti for 2 pianos (with A. Ammara) will follow in late 2019.

Thus, together with his recording of the 3rd concerto (based on the completed fragment and done with the Gewandhaus- orchester Leipzig), all major Mendelssohn piano concertos interpreted by Prosseda will then be available.

Complementarily, a recording of the concert for piano and strings in A Minor is planned to follow later on.

Concerning Chamber Music, Prosseda's Mendelssohn canon, brilliantly based on his complete recordings of the works for solo piano, will get new spectacular facets by the release of an album with the sonatas f. violin and piano, recently recorded with Shlomo Mintz.



  Press  &  Video
2019 will be see the world premier of a new composition upon a biblique theme ("Sarah & Hagar) performed by the Düsseldorfer Symphoniker in the frame of  the Schumann-Fest 2019 in May.

Furthermore, several commissions for new compositions are in discussion, among them an European theme and probably a text by late Nobel price winner Günter Grass.

Aside, Lombardi is going to return to his work upon a new opera project  "OFER", the libretto of which is based upon a novel by Man Booker-Prize winner David Grossmann.

There are also plans to produce several new Cds, including a recording of his string quartetts.


" The aim of my musical creation is
 ... to participate in the essence of oral tradition:
transmission of essence, preservation and change ...

Neharo't, Neharo't

In our period of worldwide wars and struggles, Olivero's "Neharo't, Neharo't gets an increasing, but deeply sad importance and is currently often performed: 
With women in mourning,
mothers, widows and sisters who had lost their loved ones, live recorded and woven into the composed music, Olivero gives the suffering of the victims in the battle zones of the world a moving voice.

Another of her compositions,
The shadow which brings dreams, is dedicated to original writings of children who had been deported to Theresienstadt, is meant to be a message of  hope, since the children, even though surrounded by death and despair, speak in simple words upon hope and the beauty of the creation.

Among the many works she composed for great international orchestras and chamber music ensembles, there's the successful original soundtrack for the German silent movie "Der Golem" commissioned by ART WORKs Berlin for Giora Feidman and the Arditti String Quartet. After it's successful world premier in 1996, the music went around the world, accompanying the silent movie or as chamber music version for string orchestra: suites f. clarinet and string quartett or string orchestra.


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                 film concerts

      Info Silent movies from Japan
In 2019, a thrilling film-concert will have it's world premier: Buchwald's new original sound track for "CASANOVA", a French-Russian silent movie from 1927 is planned to be performed for the first time in automn 2019.
Further performances are programmed for Pordenone, Freiburg, Bristol, Venice and Paris.

Likewise, the
Cinémathèque Francaise
will release a DVD of the film together with Buchwald's new sound track.

From March 20 - May 8, Buchwald will be on tour to play and conduct several world premiers at international silent movie festivals in Europe and the US.
Among them the preview of his new sound track for the 
"Die Stadt ohne Juden" (The city without Jews) in Paris and the world premier of a new music for the silent movie "The Scarlet Flower" with the Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra at the "Loud Silent" festival Tampere.
The world premier of  Buchwald's new music for  "Die Stadt ohne Juden" (The city without Jews) on April 15 in Seattle will be another highlight.

Finally, Buchwald has been invited to set to music a series of silent movies at the San Francisco Silent Film festival in May.

DVD-Democopies for Buchwalds Murnaus "Nosferatu" and "Faust", "The Wind" and the Japanese silent movie  "Sumiko" as well as the corresponding scores are available.





Music  written for the ThdS
Music from "Cds à ID"

There are 2 new publications available upon Lemêtre's work and music:
 "Jouer avec la musique" a book upon his work with the Théâtre du Soleil has been published by Actes-Sud.
And a DVD with 4 films by Anne Lacombe upon his music,
"L'oeil et l'oreille"  has been released at Fortdecafe.

The last production of Ariane Mnouchkine's Théâtre du Soleil,  "Une chambre en Inde" with the music of Lemêtre has been nominated for French Prix Molière.