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Grossman Ensemble celebrate Oliver Knussen and George Benjamin in Chicago

Stefan Asbury conducts University of Chicago ensemble in season opener

Tamara Stefanovich records Knussen’s Prayer Bell Sketch

Takemitsu-inspired piano pieced released through Pentatone

Knussen’s Cleveland Pictures to premiere at Aldeburgh Festival

Extensive orchestral statement crowns day of music celebrating composer

New Knussen tributes from Colin Matthews and Tansy Davies at Aldeburgh

New pieces composed for Anssi Kartunen, Claire Booth, Huw Watkins and Freya Waley-Cohen celebrate composer

LPO and Edward Gardner celebrate Oliver Knussen

Performances at Southbank Centre and Royal Academy of Music explore legacy

Knussen’s Cleveland Pictures to premiere at the 2022 Aldeburgh Festival

Benjamin’s Concerto for Orchestra premieres at BBC Proms

The composer conducts new orchestral work for the BBC Proms alongside Knussen

Arnold centenary celebrated by Presteigne Festival

Four concerts and a talk by Christopher Austin mark the Arnold centenary

BCMG perform Oliver Knussen and John Woolrich

On 28 February the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group will present a streamed concert of chamber music

Watch: Oliver Knussen's Hums and Songs from Wigmore Hall

Jennifer France joined Britten Sinfonia and composer-conductor Jack Sheen

Repertoire Suggestions: Dramatic Works

18 Dramatic works suitable for socially-distanced performance, including chamber versions of classic repertoire as well as exciting contemporary works for the stage.

Anssi Karttunen to premiere Colin Matthews’ Three Fragments in Knussen tribute

Repertoire suggestions: music for ensemble

from modern masterpieces to arrangements of repertoire classics

Mälkki and Josefowicz remember Knussen with the LA Philharmonic

The LA Times described Knussen as ‘the greatest British musician of his time’

International Knussen tributes, and a major focus in Aldeburgh

Tributes to Oliver Knussen (1952-2018)

Friends and colleagues of Oliver Knussen remember a musical giant

Oliver Knussen (1952–2018)

Faber Music is deeply saddened to announce the death of Oliver Knussen.

Knussen manuscripts acquired by Sacher Foundation

The acquisition of the collection was marked on 14 February with a concert by soprano Claire Booth and Ensemble Recherche

A new Knussen work conjures the sounds of Japan

the 8-minute work couches seven exquisite haiku settings in richly evocative music for flute and ensemble of 22 players

Oliver Knussen awarded ISM honour

Oliver Knussen CBE has been named as the recipient of the ISM’s Distinguished Musician Award 2016

Reflection: a new work from Oliver Knussen

a ravishing 8-minute work for violin and piano

Knussen’s ‘Where The Wild Things Are’ in Brazil

The enchanting first part of Knussen’s double bill of fantasy operas receives six performances in São Paulo.

Revisiting Knussen's ‘Ophelia Dances’

A fresh look at one of Knussen's most popular works

Knussen Awarded the Queen's Medal for Music

Knussen was presented with the Medal in a private audience with The Queen, just a day after receiving the Ivor Novello Award for Classical Music.