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Knussen

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(Biography) (Stuart) Oliver. born 1952, British composer and conductor. His works include the opera Where the Wild Things Are (1981) and three symphonies
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MUSIC Tamsin Waley-Cohen Tamsin will perform a new work called Reflection written especially for her by composer Oliver Knussen, commissioned by Symphony Hall in memory of Lyndon Jenkins, who served as its music adviser from 2004 - 2014.
Featured artists include: Pierre Boulez and the Ensemble InterContemporain, Marianne Pousseur, the Schoenberg Quartet, London Symphony Orchestra, Oliver Knussen and Michael Tilson Thomas.
Instead, Tassie shared his manuscript with conductors who recently performed Myaskovsky symphonies: Oliver Knussen and Vladimir Jurowski recommend the book on its back cover; Leon Botstein--admittedly also a musicologist, but not a Myaskovsky scholar--contributed a foreword.
A selection of music that included pieces by Oliver Knussen, Mark-Anthony Turnage and Alexander Arutiunian was about as uncompromising as it gets, certainly for what one might call the "ordinary listener".
A selection of music which included pieces by Oliver Knussen, Mark-Anthony Turnage and Alexander Arutiunian was about as uncompromising as it gets, certainly for what one might call the "ordinary listener".
Gail is active in commissioning projects and has premiered new works by Dana Wilson, Anthony Plog, Oliver Knussen, Yehudi Wyner, Collins Matthews, and others.
On Monday the orchestra will perform a concert conducted by Oliver Knussen a part of Tanglewood's Festival of Contemporary Music.
30pm) The first part of the Last Night festivities, presented live from the Royal Albert Hall, featuring performances of Flourish with Fireworks by Oliver Knussen and Purcell's New Suite.
ONE of the towering forces in British music today, Oliver Knussen conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra in tonight's BBC Prom, which is broadcast live from London's Royal Albert Hall.
They include John Casken, Colin Matthews and Oliver Knussen.
World premieres of new works by Gabriela Lena Frank, Michael Gordon, Oliver Knussen, Harold Meltzer and Terry Riley, and U.
Other engagements include Dutilleux's Correspondences and Berg's Der Wein, with the Britten-Pears Orchestra conducted by Oliver Knussen at the Aldeburgh Festival (June 24), Ligeti's Mysteries of the Macabre at the Oporto Festival in Portugal (July 8) and An Index of Metals, a solo opera by Fausto Romitelli in Stuttgart (July 15-20).