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BucharestThe Fairy Queen

Artexim - George Enescu International Competition and Festival
Purcell: The Fairy Queen
Mourad Merzouki; Les Arts Florissants; William Christie; Paul Agnew; Paulina Francisco

BucharestRoyal Concertgebouw Orchestra / Romanian Radio Academic Chorus

Artexim - George Enescu International Competition and Festival
Enescu, Mahler
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Klaus Mäkelä; Romanian Radio Academic Chorus; Jennifer Johnston

BucharestFilarmonica Mihail Jora / Alexandra Silocea

Artexim - George Enescu International Competition and Festival
Vlad, Salonen, Bartók
Filarmonica Mihail Jora; Alan Buribayev; Ștefan Cazacu

BucharestEnescu and his Contemporaries

Artexim - George Enescu International Competition and Festival
Enescu, Franck, Ysaÿe
Raluca Stirbat; David Grimal
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Sheku Kanneh-Mason makes an outstanding Enescu Festival debut

The young cellist excels in Shostakovich with the Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Cristian Mandeal. 
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Argerich and Dutoit demonstrate that vitality is ageless

Martha Argerich returns to the Enescu Festival for one of the pillars of her repertory, Prokofiev's Third Piano Concerto, in a buoyant performance. 
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Moravian folk rhythms from Jakub Hrůša and the Vienna Philharmonic

The Suite from Janáček Cunning Little Vixen features in the Vienna Philharmonic's second concert of the 2023 festival. 
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David Grimal and Les Dissonances at the Enescu Festival

David Grimal captures the rhapsodic nature of Chausson and Ravel's scores, but how well does the conductor-less approach work in non-concertante scores? 
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Yuja Wang excels in Janáček and Shostakovich in Bucharest

Sparkling Haydn from the Mahler Chamber Orchestra leads the way into an eclectic programme at the Enescu Festival. 
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Patricia Kopatchinskaja enters Fred Popovici’s sound world

A bracing programme of contemporary music from the Filarmonica Moldova Iaşi at the Enescu Festival. 
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