[email protected] – Luxembourg: Cathy Krier and Daniel Hope play music from Luxembourg on Arte
Masterclass at the Kulturhaus Mersch
The Summerorchestra Luxembourg (SOL) has organised a masterclass with Arno Bornkamp, a renowned Dutch classical saxophonist and teacher at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam. LMP will be present during the masterclass, which will take place on the 9th and 10th April 2021 in the Kulturhaus in Mersch, in order to promote its composers and publications.
Contemporary Music for Orchestra
Solistes Européens Luxembourg (SEL) has released a new recording with compositions by Ivan Boumans, Marco Pütz, Roland Wiltgen, Jeannot Sanavia et Tatsiana Zelianko. Among the pieces on this album, the scores for Hélice by Jeannot Sanavia and Orbital Resonances by Roland Wiltgen have been published by LMP.
Review in Pizzicato
Jean-Claude Braun joins the Board of Administrators
We are delighted to announce that Mr Jean-Claude Braun will take the place of André Reichling at the LMP Board of Administrators. A horn player and conductor by training, Jean-Claude Braun is a member of the Luxembourg Military Band since 1987 and its principal conductor since 2012. He is also teaching horn and orchestra conducting at the Conservatory of Music in Esch-sur-Alzette/Luxembourg since 1997. An expert in brass music, he will be working on several projects left unfinished by André Reichling as well as taking on new projects.
Kammerata Luxembourg recently released a new recording featuring music by Marcel Reuter, Camille Kerger, Georges Lentz, and Markus Brönnimann. The central motive of their works presented on this album is light as a source of energy and life. The scores of No Hue of Afternoon and Mezza Voce by Marcel Reuter, as well as Lieder des Herbstes by Camille Kerger have been published by LMP. El canto quiere ser luz by Markus Brönniman will follow soon.
LMP in the Press
« À l’écoute des compositeurs », un article par Monsieur Thierry Hick sur les Luxembourg Music Publishers, Luxemburger Wort du 4 novembre 2020
« Une artiste toujours à découvrir », un article par Monsieur Thierry Hick sur Lou Koster et l’ouvrage de Danielle Roster, Luxemburger Wort du 4 novembre 2020
„Luxembourg Music Publishers – Zeitgenössische Kompositionen, musikkompositorisches Erbe Luxemburgs, pädagogisches Repertoire“, Revue musicale de l’UGDA, no. 2, octobre 2020
André Reichling passed away
We learned with consternation and great sadness of the unexpected death of our member and friend Mr André Reichling. LMP pays tribute to its eminent collaborator, his competence and his motivation.
André Reichling has participated in numerous research and publication projects and has produced a large number of adaptations for wind orchestra.
His courtesy, affability, sincerity and loyalty in friendship will serve as an example.
Andrée Wietor joins LMP as PR Manager
As our musical edition is growing steadily, public relations are becoming increasingly important. In order to meet this requirement, LMP is delighted to announce that Ms Andrée Wietor is joining our team and will be responsible for public relations.
New board of administrators
We welcome two new administrators: Danielle Roster, musicologist, who overtakes Pierre Christen’s job as secretary and Henri Foehr cellist and professor at Luxembourg Conservatory of Music. As LMP is growing steadily, it is important that outstanding personalities share and help to develop our image of commitment to music from Luxembourg.
Luxembourg Music Publishers a.s.b.l. is a non-profit organisation founded in November 2013 and supported by Ministry of Culture of Luxembourg.
Our main objective is to promote Luxembourg composers or close to our country by publishing and selling scores of their compositions. We inform about composers published in the catalog, about their artistic activities, link to their personal sites, and beyond, we also offer information about artists, sets or associations active in this directory.
Currently, LMP’s publishing activities are mainly focused in 3 directions: contemporary composers, our musical heritage and the educational repertoire. We have concluded several cooperation agreements in order to focus on two important Luxembourgish traditions: choral music and music for harmony orchestra.
The LMP catalog offers nearly 800 publications. They are all of interest, as much for their musical content as for their importance for the instrumental repertoire.
The online store of our site offers different possibilities of purchase: the direct purchase with its module of payment PayPal or bank transfer, or even more traditional methods like the orders by e-mail or postal way.