Sebastian Hilli Joins Schott Music
Dec. 01, 2020
We are delighted to announce that Sebastian Hilli has joined Schott Music. The composer, born in Helsinki in 1990, is a member of the Swedish minority in Finland and has attracted attention as a remarkable voice within the European music scene. He has created compositional masterpieces for various ensembles that have been recognized with awards including the Teosto Prize and Gaudeamus Award, alongside composition prizes at the International Rostrum of Composers and the Toru Takemitsu competition for composers. The publishing partnership with Schott commences with the orchestral work Miracle written for the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra followed by new compositions for the ensemble Musikfabrik, the Internationale Ensemble Modern Akademie, and the French Manifeste Festival.
We extend a very warm welcome to Sebastian Hilli and look forward to a long and fruitful partnership.
Listen to Sebastian Hilli's Paraphrase II "Giant steps and eden acid" (2016):
(Paraphrase II - "Giant steps and eden acid"/Sebastian Hilli/New European Ensemble)
This February, the Orchestra of the Sibelius Academy, led by Clément Mao-Takacs, will give the world premiere of a reduced version of Sebastian Hilli's Peach for large ensemble.
For more information about Sebastian Hilli, visit: schott-music.com.
reduced version for large ensemble