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Benjamin, Suckling, Anderson and Knussen at 2024 Festival Aspects des Musiques d’Aujourd’hui

42nd edition of festival from Conservatoire & Orchestre de Caen makes Benjamin focus, alongside world and national premieres from Martin Suckling

Vlaams Radiokoor and il Gardellino tour Godár’s Ecce puer, Dormi, Jesu, and Maykomashmalon

Baroque-inflected works for voice and ensemble tour Belgium

Daniel Pioro and the Marian Consort premiere Coult’s O Ecclesia at Wigmore Hall

Reworking of music by Hildegard von Bingen for violin and choir to appear at Wigmore Hall and Aldeburgh Festival

James McVinnie and Eliza McCarthy premiere Greenwood’s x years of reverb at Norfolk & Norwich Festival

8-hour work for organ debuts at Octagon Chapel

Simon Rattle to premiere Adès’ Aquifer with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra

17-minute work to appear at Herkulessaal, Musikverein, Carnegie Hall, and Grafenegg Festival

Tapestry Players premiere Howard Goodall’s The Summer’s Tale in Houston

Musical fashioned from A Winter's Tale debuts in Texas

Performances of Miller’s The City, Full of People and Guide from National Chamber Choir of Ireland and Chanticleer

Performances of Miller's choral works planned for Ireland, UK, Estonia, and the United States

UK premieres from Francisco Coll in conducting debut with BBC Symphony Orchestra

Composer-conductor gives UK premieres of Aqua Cinerea and Hímnica

Osmo Vänskä gives US premiere of Hillborg’s Through Lost Landscapes with Minnesota Orchestra

13-minute reflection on climate debuts in Minneapolis

Arditti Quartet celebrate their half century with Jonathan Harvey’s String Quartet No.1

Performances of 1979 work at Kammermusik Basel, Boulez Saal and Elbphilharmonie as part of anniversary tour

Davis’ The Phantom of the Opera from Frank Strobel and BNO at BOZAR

Score for 1925 Lon Chaney classic to be performed in Brussels

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Manners McDade Sign Composer and Performer Lucinda Chua

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Adès’ Dante wins Grammy Award for Best Orchestral Performance

Javier Perianes and Gustavo Gimeno premiere Coll’s Ciudad sin sueño with the London Philharmonic Orchestra

20-minute fantasia for piano and orchestra inspired by Lorca debuts in London and Toronto

Esa-Pekka Salonen and the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra celebrate Hillborg at 70

Hillborg chmapions celebrate composer in Stockholm in Jubilee concert

Ben Parry and London Voices record Runswick’s Four Nocturnes

Work for chorus and ensemble setting Lord Byron released through Prima Facie

Deutsche Oper Berlin present Benjamin and Crimp’s Written on Skin

Acclaimed production from Katie Mitchell makes Berlin debut

Faber Music at the 75th Aldeburgh Festival

Premieres from Tom Coult, alongside 60th anniversary production of Curlew River and music from Imogen Holst and Carl Vine

New productions of Britten’s Death in Venice from Welsh National Opera and Theater Heidelberg

Composer's final opera with text by Myfanwy Piper directed by Olivia Fuchs and Magdalena Fuchsberger

Kammerphilharmonie Graubünden tour Carl Davis’ score for Chaplin’s The Rink in Switzerland

Chaplin's eighth work for Mutual Films accompanied by Davis' music in Swiss tour

Davies’ Iris for soprano saxophone and ensemble featured in London Sinfonietta celebration concert alongside Adès and Knussen

Celebratory programme also features Adès' Living Toys and Knussen's Coursing

Adès conducts French premiere of The Exterminating Angel in new production from Calixto Bieito

Opera after Luis Buñuel and Luis Alcoriza to open in Paris

EXAUDI premiere Leith’s Hallelujah amen in special programme curated by composer for Kings Place

New work for unaccompanied voices features as part of Thrilly Marvel Chants at Kings Place