To celebrate their 65th anniversary, the Austrian Cultural Forum London is inviting aspiring and established composers to apply for a composing commission for three instruments of your choice. Deadline for applications is June 30th, 2021, 5PM (BST). An international jury of experts … read more »
ANNA FRIEDBERG (formerly ANNA F.) took her time and, in search of a new musical direction, went to the desert first to write songs. The Styrian-born artist came back with songs that, with their mixture of post-punk, alternative rock and pop, sound … read more »
The new opera Morgen und Abend (libretto: Jon Fosse) by Georg Friedrich Haas will premiere on the 13th of November at the Royal Opera House in London. Starring in the main roles are among others the actor Klaus Maria Brandauer, soprano Sarah Wegener and the baritone Christoph Pohl. … read more »
28 – 31 October 2014 | Austrian Cultural Forum London The Austrian Cultural Forum London’s contemporary music platform brings together composers from Austria and the UK for a week of events including concerts, talks, and open rehearsals. Now in its 11th year, … read more »
Call for Scores: Oboe Deadline: Friday 15 August 2014 The Austrian Cultural Forum London is calling for new oboe pieces to be performed during an evening with renowned oboist Christopher Redgate. Renowned oboist Christopher Redgate will premiere two works for solo oboe … read more »
David Alberman (violin) & Rolf Hind (piano) Wednesday 21 May 2014, 7.00pm | Austrian Cultural Forum London Renowned violinist David Alberman, principal second violin at the London Symphony Orchestra, performs a special concert at the ACF London focusing on new music from … read more »
After three rocking albums and years of intensive touring, Austrian indie-pop veterans Velojet forge a new direction with their latest album “Panorama” (Schönwetter Records). Their music is inspired by all forms of pop music from the last 50 years. Shimmering acoustic guitars … read more »
Since 1975 the œnm . österreichisches ensemble für neue musik (Austrian Ensemble for New Music) has been making sure that the range of music in the Mozart city of Salzburg and elsewhere is enriched with various facets of new music and continues … read more »
The Orgelbüchlein Project is a longterm project to complete the unfinished portion of J. S. Bach’s collection known as Orgelbüchlein (Little Organ Book).
One can expect improvisation on the highest level during this special performance.