World Premiere

  • (noun): (music) the first public performance (as of a dramatic or musical work) anywhere in the world.

Some articles on world premiere, premiere, world, premieres:

Todd Levy
... Sonata arranged for clarinet and orchestra by Luciano Berio with Maestro Berio conducting, the World Premiere of Peter Schickele's Concerto for Clarinet and Flute with the composer ... Premiere of the Company's Concerto 622 at Carnegie Hall ... conductor Michael Tilson Thomas to become the principal clarinet of the New World Symphony where he stayed until 1993 ...
David Greenspan - Works
... The Horizontal And The Vertical, world premiere NYC, 1986 Dig A Hole And Bury Your Father, world premiere NYC, 1987 Jack, world premiere Home NYC, 1987 The Home Show ... world premiere Home NYC, 1989 Dead Mother, Or Shirley Not All In Vain, world premiere The Public Theater, 1991 Dog In A Dancing School, world premiere NYC, 1993 Something's Gotta Give, world ...
Symphony No. 4 (Lutosławski) - World Premiere
... The symphony received its world premiere on February 5, 1993 by the Los Angeles Philharmonic, with the composer conducting, at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California ...
Center For Contemporary Opera - Notable Premieres
... Notable premieres performed by the Center for Contemporary Opera include Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Timothy Sullivan (World Premiere 1987) Christopher Sly by ... Premiere, 2000) Doctor Faustus Lights the Lights by Stanley Walden and Gertrude Stein (U.S ... Premiere 2002) La Priere du Loup by Eric Salzman (U ...
Symphony No. 2, "The Imp Of The Perverse" - Composition, World Premiere, Instrumentation
... larger forces when the Jeunesses Musicales World Youth Orchestra under Woldemar Nelsson premiered it on 19 July 1995 ...

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