The Petrushka website is a project created by the Ruhr Piano Festival Foundation.
Director of the Ruhr Piano Festival and President of the Ruhr Piano Festival Foundation: Prof. Franz Xaver OhnesorgConcept and development
Tobias Bleek, Victor Craven and Richard McNicol
Web development and programming
: Victor Craven (10to1 Productions Ltd)Text and animations
Tobias Bleek (Inside the score, History and context, Stravinsky and his world, The Petrushka project)
Richard McNicol (For teachers, The Petrushka project)
Johann Boehncke (Make your own puppets)
Victor Craven (The Petrushka comic)
J. Bradford Robinson (Inside the score)
Anne Boden (The Petrushka project)Score and recording
Permission to use sections from the score of Stravinsky’s Petrushka was kindly granted by the publishers Boosey & Hawkes. We are grateful to the Bochum Symphony Orchestra and its General Music Director Steven Sloane for the recording of Stravinsky’s music. Sound recordings and processing: Ulrich LorscheiderFilms
Michael Ciniselli (direction and editing), Enrique Sánchez Lansch (Producer for The Petrushka project films), camera: Carsten GierkePhotographs and illustration
Frank Mohn, Ursula Kaufmann, Mark Wohlrab
We wish to thank the Paul Sacher Foundation for kindly granting permission to use selected sources from Stravinsky’s posthumous papers.
References to other historical sources can be found in the text.Other credits and thanks
We also extend our thanks to the following for their support:
Pierre Boulez (explanations of Petrushka), Irina Grigorieva and Katia Bergen (Russian folk song recordings), Pierre Charial (recording of “La jambe en bois”), Margarita Lebedkina (recording of examples at the piano), Claudia Eckes-Kohlrautz, Felix Killmayer, Anna Kopperschmidt, Anna Rizzi, Ulrich Mosch.Copyright
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