Our special projects and International touring activities create opportunities both for M.A.M. clients and for other, selected orchestras and ensembles with whom we work on a non-exclusive, project by project basis.
Recent and future touring projects include:
This wonderful Danish orchestra under the direction of Jordi Savall will tour in November 2016 as follows:
The biographical one-woman show "From Vienna into the big wide world" about the world-famous Lotte Lenya tells through the famous chansons the dazzling life of this great artist born in Vienna and makes the fascination of a former big star rise again.
37.000 days devoted to puppetry. The Salzburg Marionette Theatre has existed for 102 years. In its long history this famous private institution has never performed in China.
It is with huge delight that MAM Management brings SMT to China in October / November 2015 with two of its famous works: "The Sound of Music" and Tchaikovsky's "The Nutcracker".
at Bloomington Arts to the delight of the Taiwanese audience on November 27, 2014.
Evelyn Glennie performs with the City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong on 30th May 2013.
Repertoire to include:
Karl Jenkins; "La Folia" for Marimba and Strings
Ned Roram, Concerto for Mallet instruments
Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, An Orkney Wedding with Sunrise
tour Europe between 1 - 12 February 2015.
Nuria Rial, soprano
in January 2013
Piano... and Fugue
Great Fugue in B Major op.133
Piano Concerto in A Major KV 488
Adagio & Fugue in C minor KV 546
Piano Concerto No 1. in C Major op.15
OR Piano Concerto No.4 in G Major op 58
RED PRIEST is the only early music group in the world to have been compared in the press to the Rolling Stones, Jackson Pollock, the Marx Brothers, Spike Jones and the Cirque du Soleil.
This extraordinary acoustic foursome has been described by music critics as ‘visionary and heretical’, ‘outrageous yet compulsive’, ‘wholly irreverent and highly enlightened’, ‘completely wild and deeply imaginative’, with a ‘red-hot wicked sense of humour’ and a ‘break-all-rules, rock-chamber concert approach to early music.’
Two Programmes will be presented on this tour:
"Nightmare in Venice" & "Pirates of Baroque"
7 January –
16 January 2012
Fri. 20.5. 2011
National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA), Beijing
Sun. 22.5. 2011
Guangzhou Opera House (GOH), Guangzhou
March 27th 2010
Palace of Arts - Béla Bartók National Concert Hall, 7:30 pm
Askell Masson: Concert piece for snare drum and orchestra
Vivaldi: Concerto for soprano flute in C Major (Arrangement for vibraphone and orchestra by Evelyn Glennie)
Mussorgsky: A Picture at an Exhibition
James Macmillan: Veni, veni, Emmanuel – concerto for percussion and orchestra
Conductor: András Keller
With: Concerto Budapest
April 4th 2010
Uránia National Cinema Palace, 7:30 pm
Emma Kirkby, Michael Chance and Florilegium
Vivaldi: Symphony for strings in G major, RV 146
Vivaldi: Salve Regina (G minor), RV 618
Pergolesi: Flute concerto in D major
Pergolesi: Salve Regina (A minor)
Pergolesi: Flute concerto in G major
Pergolesi: Symphony for cello and continuo in F major
Pergolesi: Stabat Mater
Opening Concert of the Budapest Spring Festival, 20 March, 2009
Venue: Palace of Arts - National Concert Hall
Program: Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto
Beethoven: Symphony No 7
Soloist: Joshua Bell - Violin
Conductor: Louis Langrée
Pergolesi 300th Anniversary 2010, Programm to include "Stabat Mater" &"Salve Regina"
Monteverdi´s Vespers in Budapest and Györ in October 2008.
New College Choir conducted by Edward Higginbottom,
Charivari Agréable directed by Kah-Ming Ng
Soloists: Susan Gilmour Bailey (Sop), Grace Davidson (Sop), Mark Dobell (Ten) & Thomas Hobbs (Ten)
6 October Richter Hall, Györ, Hungary
7 October Ferenc Liszt Music Academy, Budapest, Hungary