New Music for the Recorder
José M. Sanchéz-Verdú’s KEMET is a compulsory piece at the Deutscher Musikwettbewerb (German Music Competition) 2017. Following the successful world premiere of “KEMET – Black Earth / Tierra negra” in Dresden, the composer is looking forward to further performances in March 2017.
Along with one of Antonio Vivaldi’s well-known solo concerts (RV 441 or RV 445), this new work for recorder and chamber orchestra has been selected as a compulsory piece for the final round with orchestra of the Deutsche Musikwettbewerb. In autumn 2016, Breitkopf will publish both a study score and a version for recorder and cembalo of “KEMET”.
Soloist in Dresden was Jeremias Schwarzer (“with exquisite tonal balance and perfectly played”, says Friedbert Streller in Musik in Dresden, 06.06.2016); he was accompanied by the Dresdner Philharmonie under the direction of Andreas Spering.