Hannes Pohlit gives a
recital as the opening concert of the Bluethner Master Series on 24th
in the White House Markkleeberg. He will perform works by Hans Werner
Henze, George Enescu and
Franz Liszt/Ferruccio Busoni.
Pohlit composes a new work for organ which will be performed by the
organist Nathan J. Laube in 2020.
As the edition of
the month, Humanité (Sacred Concerto for violin and organ) has appeared
in the Friedrich
Hofmeister Music Publisher, Leipzig. Ordering Number: FH
Chamber Concert in the
Rokoko Hall of Castle Heidecksburg
(with Sima Tirov - violin, Ekaterina Tolpygo - viola und Rodin Moldovan
piano quartets of Gustav Mahler and Gabriel Fauré.
World Premiere of
HUMANITÉ / Sacred Concerto for violin and organ, with Maestro Stefan
Arzberger (violin) und
Maestro Simon Reichert (organ) at the church St. Nikolai in Leipzig (with
its 104 register - Ladegast-Eule-organ).
The World Premiere was the Opening Concert of the Leizpig OrgelHerbst (organ
autumn) 2018. The score of
HUMANITÉ will be available in the Friedrich Hofmeister Music Publisher
in December 2018.
Castle Night on
Hubertusburg Castle (Saxony), 10th June 2017:
Romantic Music at the historical Steinway Grand Piano in the "Versailles of
Markkleeberg (White House), 28th May 2017:
Piano Recital with works of Liszt, Liszt-Wagner and Hannes Pohlit
the sold-out Mirror Hall at the white Bluethner Grand Piano.
for the Verlaine-Duo with Sima Tirov
Hannes Pohlit conducts a
concert of the Thueringen Symphony Orchestra
Saalfeld-Rudolstadt with works of young composers (5. 11. 2016).
The study score of
IL VENTO is now published by the Friedrich Hofmeister Music Publisher
and can be ordered in music shops and from the publisher.
Ordering Number: FH 8033
Piano recital with works
of Franz Liszt
World Premiere of NEL
per Clarinetto di bassetto e quartetto d'archi
H. P. with the
Ravel-Ensemble (Soloists of the Dortmund Philharmonic Orchestra):
Seulki Ha (Viola), Markus Beul (Cello), Joowon Park (Violin II), Martin
(Basset Clarinet), Shinkyung Kim (Violin I)
Premiere of FAUST_EINS (J. W. Goethe, Faust - The Tragedy's First Part)
with the stage music for soloists, mixed choir and orchestra by Hannes Pohlit
at the Thueringen State Theatre Rudolstadt with the Thueringen Symphony
conducted by Maestro Oliver Weder.
Interview with Hannes Pohlit in the Middle German Broadcast Television
(2nd February 2015).
Preparing the edition of IL VENTO: The score will be published by
the Friedrich Hofmeister
Music Publisher in november 2014.
Review about his activities as a composer in
residence at the festival "Cantiere Internazionale d'Arte"
in Montepulciano/Tuscany (World Premiere of "Il
Vento" for large orchestra, "A-d-a" for string trio
and "Les cloches" for piano trio)
Hannes Pohlit receives a composition commission by the
Theatre of Rudolstadt/Thuringia for the
New-Staging of J. W. Goethe's "Faust - The
tragedy's First Part" with choir and orchestra. The
commission includes the new-composing of famous songs
and choir scenes of the play. Under the
direction of Steffen Mensching and the musical
leading of Oliver Weder play the ensemble of the
Theatre Rudolstadt and the Thuringia Symphony
Saalfeld-Rudolstadt. The premiere will be in
Portrait in the "Leipziger Volkszeitung"
2014/July and August
Hannes Pohlit will be a invited composer of the famous "Cantiere Internazionale
d'Arte" at Montepulciano/Tuscany which was
founded by Hans Werner Henze in 1976. As
composing commission and as the main world premiere
of the Cantiere, the sinfonietta "Il Vento"
("The Wind") will be performed in the 2nd
Symphony Concert on 30th July.
In the chamber concert "Affrontare Henze"
on 31th July will be the world premiere of his piano
"Les Lumičres de la nuit" and of his string trio
The first volume of Paraphrases de Tango is
now available in the Friedrich
Hofmeister Music Publisher.
the contours of a picture, fading in the course of
time, the laconical form and clear
rhythmic structure of
the classical Tango appear in many
of these pieces in a
transfigured lyrical way:
transmitted in the atmosphere
of the past musical salon, of which
they do not originate
in reality, but to which sensitive
pianists and ambitioned
amateurs can lead them."
The twelve pieces of this collection continue the romantical tradition
of the virtuoso piano
paraphrase, which received its peak during the 19th
century due to Franz Liszt’s (1811-1886)
paraphrases, opera fantasies and bravour pieces. As a
doubled hommage, they combine the
chromatic melodic of Tango-master Carlos Gardel
(1890-1935) and the brilliant piano style
of Franz Liszt.
The composer presented his work at the Leipzig Book
Fair in a well-frequented show by the
Friedrich Hofmeister Music Publisher.
More informations about the work and short audio exerpts
you can find here.