World-Class Composer and Performer Collaborations
15th April 2014
All of them have given world premieres of works by Music Sales composers over the past two years.
There is little more stimulating for a composer than working together with an artist to bring to life a new work for the concert hall. Since 2012, all of the above mentioned soloists have worked with our composers and premiered numerous orchestral works. Being performed and commissioned by some of the world's most important orchestras and institutions, there is a broad range of repertoire from which to choose.
Composers who have collaborated with these soloists include Abrahamsen, Muhly, Riley, Saariaho, Sørensen and Tavener. From organ concerti to trumpet concerti; clarinet to percussion, get in touch to find out more
Digital perusal scores can be viewed online.
Hans Abrahamsen – let me tell you (Barbara Hannigan)
Britta Byström –Screen Memories – Trumpet Concerto No.2 (Tine Thing Helseth)
Bent Sørensen – Trumpet Concerto (Tine Thing Helseth)
Augusta Read Thomas – Cello Concerto No.3, Legend of the Phoenix (Lynn Harrell)
Nico Muhly – Double Standard (Colin Currie)
Julia Wolfe – riSE and fLY (Colin Currie)
Terry Riley – At the Royal Majestic Organ Concerto (Cameron Carpenter)
Tan Dun – Symphonic Poem on Four Notes (B-A-C-H) (Cameron Carpenter)
Kaija Saariaho – Maan varjot (Oliver Latry)
Bright Sheng – Let Fly (Gil Shaham)
Bent Sørensen- Serenidad (Martin Fröst)
Tan Dun - Percussion Concerto: The Tears of Nature (Martin Grubinger)
Avner Dorman – Spices, Perfumes, Toxins! (Reduced version) (Martin Grubinger)
Anders Koppel - Concerto for Aluphone (doubling Marimba) and Orchestra (Evelyn Glennie)
John Tavener – The Death of Ivan Illych (Jonathan Lemalu and Steven Isserlis)