We’re delighted to collaborate with the Exil Arte Institute of the Vienna Music University and Boosey & Hawkes
on the rediscovery of one of the most important Czech composers of the 20th century, Hans Winterberg.

Boosey & Hawkes is currently working in cooperation with the Exil Arte Institute on a first Winterberg Edition,
english pianist Jonathan Powell is in charge of a critical edition of all piano works (including 4 piano concertos),
and started recording the concertos with the Berlin Radio Orchestra (RSB)
for Deutschland Radio Kultur and the Capriccio Label in June 2021, with the first release in May 2022. In February 2024, Jonathan Powell performed the World Premiere of Hans Winterberg’s 4th piano concerto in Baden near Vienna (Beethoven Philharmonie Baden, Thomas Rösner), in spring 2024 Jonathan Powell will start a series of recordings of Hans Winterbergs works for piano.

The rediscovery of Hans Winterberg is due to the tireless efforts of his grandson Peter Kreitmeir,
and the intiative of the grandson of Arnold Schoenberg and Erich Zeisl, Randol Schoenberg.

Michael Haas created an important document on his blog Forbidden Music,
first published in 2015, detailing the more than remarkable circumstances of Winterberg’s rediscovery,
which then led not only to new performances, but also the first ever publication of his works.