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Guide to Classical Music, Opera and Dance in Birmingham

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BirminghamSilent Film Night: Nosferatu

Silent Film Night: Nosferatu
Various: Improvised organ accompaniment to Nosferatu
Alexander Mason; David Powell

BirminghamSteven Osborne

Steven Osborne
Poulenc, Debussy, Prokofiev, Schubert
Steven Osborne, Piano

BirminghamJames Newby & Joseph Middleton

James Newby & Joseph Middleton
Debussy, Ravel, Duparc
James Newby; Joseph Middleton

BirminghamVienna Tonkunstler Beethoven's Fifth

Bernstein, Beethoven
Tonkünstler Orchestra; Yutaka Sado; Angela Hewitt
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Beguiling Strauss and surging Shostakovich in Birmingham

Fatma Said © Felix Broede
Xian Zhang brought out the beauty of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s engaging sound and soprano Fatma Said gracefully beguiled us with Strauss.
***11
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Kazuki Yamada rocks Symphony Hall

Kazuki Yamada © Marco Borggreve
Principal Guest Conductor Kazuki Yamada teases brilliant French sounds from the CBSO.
****1
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Chauhan takes CBSO from shaky start to triumphant finale

Alpesh Chauhan © Patrick Allen | operaomnia.co.uk
Conductor Alpesh Chauhan and pianist Pavel Kolesnikov returned to Birmingham with an Italian themed programme. Could they build on the success of their previous performances with the CBSO?   
***11
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Fireworks in the CBSO's season opener

Omer Meir Wellber © Wilfried Hösl
It was Omer Meir Wellber’s turn to conduct the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra in its first concert of the new season, a programme of music by Dvořák and Bartók which promised to be the perfect antidote to the Daily Grind.
****1
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