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Con­cert and Dis­cus­sion: Anno Schrei­er

‘Querformat’ with the works of Anno Schreier and others

Sunday, 05/02/2023

11.00 AM


Historischer Rathaussaal


In recent years Anno Schreier, composer of “Turing” (world premiere in Nov. 2022), has built a reputation as a writer of operas, but he is also at home in an array of genres that include lieder and orchestral works for a range of instrumental line-ups. In our second Querformat concert Schreier’s work is performed and discussed and links to other composers are explored.


Anno Schreier (*1979):
Fuoco e lagrime
Canti per soprano e dieci strumenti su testi di Marcel Beyer e Michelangelo Buonarroti (2011/2016)

für Sopran und zehn Instrumente nach einem Text von Andreas Gryphius (2010)

für 12 Spieler (2016/17)

Benjamin Britten (1913-1976):
Sinfonietta op. 1 (1932)


Musical Director

Dates and cast

Cast on 05/02/2023

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