On the 400 Jubilee of early 17th century German composer, Michael Praetorius, a new project initiated by Stefan Heucke premieres piano works by 25 international composers, especially composed for this occasion.
The works – including Hochman's "An Ode to Time" – all relate to "Pavane de Spaigne" by French violinist and composer Pierre-Francisque Caroubel and M. Praetorius (1610).
Rainer Maria Klaas, piano
Michael Gees, piano
Jona Kümper, piano
Gilead Mishory, piano
Edward Rushton, piano
Annette Töpel, piano
Hwa-Kyung Yim, piano
XII Savshinsky International Music Competition Young saxophonist, Magdalena Szczęsna (Poland), wins 1st prize with her interpretation of Hochman's "Monologue" at the XII Savshinsky International Music Competition (D age category) in Saint Petersburg, Russia,
Hochman's work for Harp and Saxophone (Soprano), performed by Jerusalem Duo, has been chosen for a new compilation by the independent music label, which seeks to present a range of musical creations that echo our time. The digital compilation's proceeds are dedicated to the humanitarian organization Samos Volunteers.