Synonyms for stadlmair or Related words with stadlmair

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Examples of "stadlmair"
Hans Stadlmair (born 3 May 1929) is an Austrian conductor and composer. He conducted the Münchener Kammerorchester for almost four decades.
His pupils included Hans Georg Bertram (1936–2013), Seóirse Bodley (born 1933), Helmut Lachenmann (born 1935), Hans Stadlmair (born 1926), and Ruth Zechlin (1926–2007).
Stadlmair was a guest conductor at the Salzburg Festival from 1976. He recorded all eleven symphonies of Joachim Raff with the Bamberger Symphoniker, along with Raff's four orchestral suites, overtures and smaller orchestral works. He conducted his own completion of the Adagio from Mahler's unfinished Symphony No. 10.
Born in Neuhofen an der Krems, Hans Stadlmair studied from 1946 to 1952 at the Vienna Academy of Music with Clemens Krauss and Alfred Uhl, and from 1952 to 1956 in Stuttgart with Johann Nepomuk David. From 1956 to 1995 he was artistic director of the Münchener Kammerorchester (MKO) and conducted several premieres. He conducted the orchestra in more than 4000 concerts, as well as on international tours and in collaboration with the Bayerischer Rundfunk. In 1971 Stadlmair conducted the premiere of Wilhelm Killmayer's "Fin al punto", composed for the 20th anniversary of the Münchener Kammerorchester. In 1981 he premiered Ulrich Stranz's "Contrasubjekte", a Passacaglia on B-A-C-H for fourteen strings. In 1986 he collaborated with trumpeter Maurice André to record Joseph Haydn's "Trumpet Concerto" and Michael Haydn's "Trumpet Concerto in D major". In 1995 he conducted the four flute concertos of Franz Danzi with soloist Andrés Adorján. In 1995 and 1998 he recorded works of Leopold Mozart, with a "brightly refreshing and refined orchestral sound". His recording of Frank Martin's "Polyptique" for violin and strings (inspired by a series of small paintings of the Passion in Siena), "Etudes for String Orchestra", and "Sonata da Chiesa" for viola and string orchestra, was favorably reviewed:Conductor Hans Stadlmair brings out every lyric moment while keeping a taut rein on intricate rhythms.
Christoph Stepp founded the MKO in 1950. Hans Stadlmair was the artistic director from 1956 to 1995, and conducted the orchestra in over 4000 concerts, including international tours and collaborations with the Bayerischer Rundfunk. From 1995 to 2006, Christoph Poppen was principal conductor of the MKO. Since 2006, Alexander Liebreich has been the principal conductor and artistic director. He is scheduled to conclude his MKO tenure after the 2015-2016 season. In September 2015, the orchestra announced the appointment of Clemens Schuldt as its next principal conductor, effective with the 2016-2017 season, with an initial contract of 3 years.
Killmayer composed three symphonies called "Fogli" (1968), "Ricordanze" (1968/69) and "Menschen-Los" (1972/73, revised 1988). He composed other orchestral works such as "Nachtgedanken" (1973), and music for chamber orchestra, "The woods so wilde" (1970), "Schumann in Endenich" (1972) and "Kindertage" (1973). His stage works "La Buffonata" (1959/60) and "Yolimba" (new version 1970) are based on texts by Tankred Dorst. For the 20th anniversary of the Münchener Kammerorchester Killmayer composed in 1970 "Fin al punto" for string orchestra, which premiered in 1971, conducted by Hans Stadlmair. He wrote about this work:The calm already contains the catastrophe. Out of the calm grows the movement that drives itself to the furthest extreme of its powers, where it collapses. It is the point at which one gives up, beyond which one can escape into the open.
In 1978, Poppen founded the Cherubini Quartet, winning in 1981 at the international string quartet competition in Evian. He was the conductor of the chamber orchestra Detmolder Kammerorchester from 1989 to 1995. He then succeeded Hans Stadlmair as the conductor and artistic director of the Münchener Kammerorchester. In collaboration with ECM he recorded with the orchestra contemporary music of composers such as Karl Amadeus Hartmann, Tigran Mansurian, Anton Webern, Sofia Gubaidulina, Giacinto Scelsi, Valentin Silvestrov and Barry Guy. As a violinist, he recorded in 2000 works of Johann Sebastian Bach with the Hilliard Ensemble. The title "Morimur" (We shall die) stands for a juxtaposition of Bach's Partita for Violin No. 2, which is related to Easter according to scholar Helga Thoene, and interspersed chorales, some from his cantatas and Passions. The Partita's final Ciaconna is performed twice, once with the chorale which Bach may have had in mind, along with the violin music. The recording was described as ... one of those increasingly rare things – a moving and intelligently programmed disc that is effective from beginning to end."