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Musicians and listeners respond to our survey.
#74 • 05.10.2017
Remembering Klaus Huber.
#62 • 29.06.2017
Explore how in issue #62.
#06 • 31.03.2016
An interview with Odradek Records founder John Anderson.
Video of the Week
YOUNG PIANISTS WANTED
The piano is your instrument and you love Beethoven? Are you between 18 and 32 years of age and eager to win 30,000 EUR in prize money and numerous performances in concert halls all over the world? Apply by 14 May for the International Telekom Beethoven Competition, which will take place in Bonn in December 2021!
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Enter Penderecki’s Garden... and watch it bloom.
The legendary Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki devoted his spare time to nurturing his remarkable garden in Lusławice, Poland. Here we combine his two greatest passions – music and flora – celebrating his life, compositions and inspirations through a virtual garden, which will grow along with his legacy.
Audio of the Week
Enter the world of Krzysztof Penderecki
Although we are still in mourning for Krzysztof Penderecki, the output of Poland’s greatest composer other than Chopin has not for a moment ceased to resonate with music makers, and theater and film artists alike. On the anniversary of the maestro’s birthday, which falls on November 23, we will unveil three new pieces by Polish composers, written as tributes to Krzysztof Penderecki.
Stream of the Day
International Telekom Beethoven Competition
The 8th International Telekom Beethoven Competition will conclude with the orchestra finale at the Telekom Forum Bonn. Together with the Beethoven Orchestra Bonn, the three finalists will interpret one of Beethoven’s piano concertos under the direction of General Music Director Dirk Kaftan. Which piano concertos will be heard, however, will be decided shortly before the finale: all participating pianists will prepare two piano concertos. But which work is interpreted by which finalist is decided by lot…
The Telekom Beethoven Competition Bonn, for young pianists, pursues two central objectives: It is primarily dedicated to promoting young talent and contributes to keeping Ludwig van Beethoven’s great legacy alive and active in his hometown of Bonn.