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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Bruges, Belgium

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BrugesChristmas Songs

Dove, Tavener, Britten, Todd, Parry, Traditional
Martina Batič; Vlaams Radiokoor

BrugesHappy drumming New Year

Berlioz, Dorman, Various
Flanders Symphony Orchestra; Risto Joost; Christoph Sietzen

BrugesChopin 1

Chopin, Dvořák
Flanders Symphony Orchestra; Marzena Diakun; Alexei Volodin

BrugesDas Lied von der Erde

Mahler, Rathé
Flanders Symphony Orchestra; Kristiina Poska; Christianne Stotijn; Peter Gijsbertsen

BrugesSwinging Thirties

Milhaud, Poulenc, Gershwin
Flanders Symphony Orchestra; David Reiland; Éric Le Sage; Frank Braley

BrugesPoska conducts Brahms

Mortelmans, Tubin, Brahms
Flanders Symphony Orchestra; Kristiina Poska; Josef Špaček Jr
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Antonini and Anima Eterna deliver Beethoven back to the future

The performance recalled Jos van Immerseel's remark that Beethoven’s music sounds less modern on the instruments of our time than it does on those of the early 19th century.
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Russian troika bogged down in the quest for authenticity in Bruges

In an all-Russian programme, Jos van Immerseel and Anima Eterna Brugge show the nuts and bolts, but forget the music.
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Luminous Beethoven and impetuous Connesson in Bruges

Denève and the Brussels Philharmonic launched into Guillaume Connesson’s Flammenschrift with enough excitement and energy to illuminate the whole city.
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Czech masters as you've never heard them

In the acoustic wizardry that is Concertgebouw Brugge, Jos van Immerseel and Anima Eterna deliver a feast for the intellect, if not for the senses, in their exploration of the great Czech composers.
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Noa Wildschut et Michael Sanderling rigoureux à Bruges

Au Concertgebouw de Bruges, l’Orchestre du Konzerthaus de Berlin livre une interprétation directe et peu spirituelle de la Symphonie n° 3 de Bruckner. Le Concerto pour violon n° 4 de Mozart est plus convaincant.
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Le Budapest Festival Orchestra et Iván Fischer jouent et gagnent

Au Concertgebouw, le dernier concert du Budapest Festival Orchestra laisse le public libre de choisir le programme... Une expérience ludique et enthousiasmante, malgré les aléas de la lecture à vue.
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