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Liebermann Cadenzas on DG

Pianist Hai-Kyung Suh has released a recording of four Mozart Piano Concertos on Deutsche Grammophon which includes Liebermann's cadenzas for the Concerto No.21 in C major K467. Suh is accompanied by the Academy of St Martin in the Fields with the legendary Sir Neville Marriner conducting. (8/16)

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Aristo Sham Wins Prize for Best Performance of Two Impromptus

20-year-old Hong Kong native Aristo Sham was declared the winner of the 2016 New York International Piano Competition, also winning the prize for Best Performance of the Liebermann Two Impromptus Op.131, which were commissioned by the Stecher & Horowitz Foundation for the competition and required of all the contestants. Aristo will give the official world-premiere of the Impromptus at his debut recital at the Phillips Collection in Washington DC in November. (7/16)

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San Francisco Ballet announces Frankenstein North American Premiere as part of 2017 season

San Francisco Ballet has announced their upcoming 2017 season which features the North American Premiere of Frankenstein, a three act ballet with music by Lowell Liebermann, sets and costumes by John MacFarlane and choreography by Liam Scarlett. Frankenstein will have ten performances in February. The production is a co-production with the Royal Ballet which presented the world premiere in May. For more information, see here. (7/16)

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Frankenstein to be Presented Live in Cinemas and on BP Big Screens Around the World

The Royal Ballet's production of Frankenstein will be relayed live in Cinemas and outdoor big screens world-wide on May 18th. The big screen broadcasts are sponsored by British Petroleum. For more information, see here.

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Frankenstein Premiered at Royal Ballet

The Royal Ballet presented the world premiere of Liebermann's score for Frankenstein, a three act ballet on May 4th, 2016 at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. The Royal Opera House Orchestra was conducted by Koen Kessels, sets and costumes were by John MacFarlane and choreography by was by Liam Scarlett.

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