Triple OPUS KLASSIK - Nomination
The recording of the "Schneekönigin" was nominated in three categories at the OPUS KLASSIK music award:
- Composer of the Year
- Opera recording (20th/21st century)
- Classical Music without Borders
We keep our fingers crossed!
June 09, 2021
World premiere of David Philip Hefti's "Gallicinium"
Finally! David Philip Hefti's "Gallicinium - Musik zur vierten Nachtwache" will have its world premiere at the Bläserserenaden Zürich on 7 June 2021 after postponements due to corona. Hefti wrote the work for flute, oboe, clarinet, horn and bassoon as a commission for the Bläserserenaden Zürich 2020 and dedicated it to his wife for the birth of their second son.
June 03, 2021
Live recording of David Philip Hefti's string trio "Magma"
David Philip Hefti: Magma (2014) - sparks of sound for violin, viola and cello
Suyeon Kang, violin
Justin Caulley, viola
Thomas Kaufmann, cello
An excerpt from the concert "Antiphon | Wechselgesang" of CAMERATA BERN on April 6, 2021 in the concert hall of the Bern University of the Arts.
June 02, 2021
Mozart and Hefti in Winterthur
On 3 June on radio SRF 2 Kultur and afterwards online for 7 days: David Philip Hefti as conductor and composer with the Musikkollegium Winterthur:
Wolfgang Amadé Mozart: Symphony No. 1 in E-flat major K. 16
David Philip Hefti: Cantabile. Concerto for viola and orchestra (2019, world premiere)
David Philip Hefti: Adagietto for string orchestra (2012)
Wolfgang Amadé Mozart: Symphony No. 25 in G minor KV 183
Jürg Dähler, viola
David Philip Hefti, conductor
Recording: 29 January 2021, Stadthaussaal Winterthur
June 02, 2021