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AmsterdamMata Hari

O'Regan: Mata Hari
Ted Brandsen; Dutch National Ballet; Matthew Rowe; Dutch National Ballet Orchestra; Anna Tsygankova; Erica Horwood

AmsterdamSibelius' Violin Concerto and the Scream of Nature

Xu, Sibelius, Prokofiev
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest; Bas Wiegers; Simone Lamsma

AmsterdamDon Giovanni

Mozart: Don Giovanni
Jérémie Rhorer; Claus Guth; Dutch National Opera; Christian Schmidt; Olaf Winter; Adrian Sâmpetrean

AmsterdamWorld premiere: Carnival of Shades, and The PlanetsWorld premiere

Wagner, Wagemans, Holst
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest; Antony Hermus; Rinnat Moriah; Netherlands Radio Choir (Groot Omroepkoor); Benjamin Goodson

AmsterdamA Song for the Moon

Wantenaar: Een Lied voor de Maan (A Song for the Moon)
Béatrice Lachaussée; Dutch National Ballet; Nele Ellegiers; Cor van den Brink; Ginette Puylaert

AmsterdamEnsemble Pygmalion: Ein deutsches Requiem

Schütz, Brahms, Mendelssohn
Raphaël Pichon; Ensemble Pygmalion; Mari Eriksmoen; Andrè Schuen
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Cassandra Miller and Joanna Baillie: works in congruity

The Dutch Ives Ensemble in surefooted programming and performance of substantive works by Cassandra Miller and Joanna Baillie. 
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Danish String Quartet presents sublime Schubert and Sørensen pairing

Crisp programming from Amsterdam's Muziekgebouw as a four year Doppelgänger project pairing late Schubert with contemporary works enjoys a strong start.
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Thomas Oliemans in heartfelt chansons at the Concertgebouw

Baritone and pianist Thomas Oliemans demonstrated his love of the French chanson accompanied by the richly layered strings of the Amsterdam Sinfonietta.
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From Borneo to Holland: World Opera Lab's Ine Aya'

A collaboration between Indonesian composer Nursalim Yadi Anugerah and Dutch director, Miranda Lakerveld, creates a compelling world exploring Anthropocene effects on Kalimantan, Indonesia.
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Stealing fire: Beethoven's Prometheus choreographed afresh at DNB

Salvatore Viganò's choreography for Beethoven's 1801 ballet Prometheus has not survived, but a trio of creators put their own stamp on the score in Amsterdam.
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Luisi masters Mahler with Amsterdam's Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra

The towering Fifth Symphony was cohesive and unusually refined, while Peter Mattei brought elegance and passion to Kindertotenlieder.
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