Logo designed by Suzanne Beer
We are proud to announce that
Polnische Hochzeit, Joseph Beer's huge success
as a youth in pre-World War II Europe, is being
revived in a major production by Oper Graz,
Austria's second largest opera house during an
unprecedented 3-months run, including a New
Year's Eve bash!!
Joseph Beer's great
"prodigy" success "TRIPTYCH" which he himself classified as a "Jazz
Symphony" -- "A concert hall sell-out," commented famed pre-WWII
Viennese critic Erwin Stein -- is featured in a US Premiere by the
Plainfield Symphony under the baton of its Music Director Maestro
Charles Prince, son of Broadway legend Harold Prince!
Saturday, November 17, 2018 7pm
Crescent Avenue Presbytarian Church 716
Watchung Plainfield, NJ 07061 908.561.5140
was recently featured on a CD released by the major label CPO, featuring
the famed Munich Radio Orchestra under the baton of Leipzig Opera
Director Maestro Ulf Schirmer.
will also be performed in a brand-new production in Linz, Austria in
Fantastic Story and Interview on
on Philadelphia Classical Music Radio FM Channel!!
WRTI Arts & Culture Reporter Susan Lewis
Interviews Beer's Daughter,
Soprano B�atrice Beer:
The Joseph & Hanna Beer
Foundation Proudly Announces
The Recently Released CPO CD
of Joseph Beer's Great Pre-War Youth
Munich Radio Orchestra with Chorus from the
Staatstheater am G�rtnerplatz)
3 Gold Medals
at the Prestigious
Global Music Awards!!!
Distributed in the U.S. by Naxos via Amazon at:
and in Europe via Doblinger Musikverlag:
Composed in but a
few weeks by a youth in his early twenties, this
which premiered at the
House will no doubt come down in the hall of
alongside such gems as Johann Strauss' Die Fledermaus!
Featuring a wealth of compositional styles
ranging from gorgeous
� la Brahms melodies
rhythmical pieces, including jazzy and Klezmer
set to idiosyncratic, intricate, lush harmonies,
the work was performed to high acclaim
throughout Europe during the 11 months
its premiere in 1937 and its banishment at the
with such celebrities as Superstar Tenor
slated to star in it...
Thanks to Joseph
for orchestrating this important movement forward
in the long-awaited major revival of a
The famed Viennese Publishing House
is Joseph Beer's Distinguished Publisher!
takes an interest in a
Joseph Beer score while visiting
(Left to right: Helmuth Pany, former DV Snr.
Mgr, Erwin Schrott,
Bar., Anna Netrebko & Peter Pany, DV CEO)
� Connie de Beauclair
Roberto Alagna, Tenor
Harold Prince, Producer
New York, New York
Robert McFarland, International Dramatic
Maestro David Charles Abell, Conductor
Latest CD: �Forever� starring Diana Damrau
London, United Kingdom
Prof. Gergely Sugar, Wiener Symphoniker
Bret Werb, Musicologist, U.S.
Holocaust Memorial Museum
Dr. Albrecht D�mling, Chairman, Musica
Jill Pasternak, Classical Host, WRTI
Classical & Jazz Station
Jussi Fr�mling, Collaborative Pianist