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.
In dialogue with Schütz: Torsten Rasch's 'Seven'
Scored for choir and cello, Seven takes the form of interpolations in the St Luke Passion by Schütz
Alchemical melodies – Rasch’s Violin Concerto
A dramatic new concerto travels to the USA
Torsten Rasch and the Three Choirs Festival
2014 marks the centenary of World War One and in an unusual, yet fitting, step The Three Choirs Festival – an event with a long tradition of nurturing some of Britain’s finest composers, Elgar, Vaughan Williams, Holst, Delius et al. – has chosen to commission Rasch, a German composer, to commemorate the occasion.
Torsten Rasch's 'stunning' opera receives German Premiere
Ever since its world premiere The Duchess of Malfi has shocked and wowed audiences in equal measure. The German premiere at Chemnitz Opera in March was no exception.
Rasch’s Mendelssohn Lieder arrangements to be premiered in Leipzig
Torsten Rasch has orchestrated seven of Mendelssohn’s Willemer Lieder and added new transitions linking each song to produce a new song-cycle 'was bedeutet die Bewegung...'
Success at RPS awards for Torsten Rasch
Torsten Rasch’s score for 'The Duchess of Malfi' contributed to ENO’s success at last night’s RPS awards.
Torsten Rasch: 'Le Serpent Rouge' received world premiere with BBC SO and André de Ridder
Torsten Rasch’s song cycle 'Le Serpent Rouge' received its world premiere on Wednesday 17 November at Maida Vale studios in London.
'Rotter' - Torsten Rasch Opera Premiered in Cologne
The world premiere of Torsten Rasch's two-act opera, Rotter, took place in Cologne on 23 February 2008. Oper Köln were conducted by Hermann Bäumer and there were further performances on February 29; March 2, 8, 14, 16, 18, and April 5, 11, 13.
Faber Music Signs German Composer, Torsten Rasch
Faber Music Ltd is delighted to announce the signing of an exclusive publishing agreement with the young German composer Torsten Rasch (b. 1965).