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RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra; Erik Nielsen; Steven Osborne; Valérie Hartmann-Claverie
Mozart, Stravinsky, Debussy
Leif Ove Andsnes; Marc-André Hamelin
Handel: Acis and Galatea
Opera Theatre Company; Paul O’Mahony; Catherine Fay; Susanna Fairbairn; Eamonn Mulhall
Mozart, Albinoni, Bach, Vivaldi
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Dmitri Hvorostovsky; Ivari Ilja
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Russian pianist Kozhukhin's performance of Rachmininov's Fourth Piano Concerto is the highlight of the evening but Flor and NSO deliver satisfying Dvořák and Boydell.
Collins gives a scintillating performance of Bach and a highly expressive account of Schubert, Schumann and Chopin.
A declamatory Bruckner Te Deum made up for a less exciting first half of Barry and Mahler.
Helena Wood makes Lutoslawski's Partita sizzle while the Con Tempo Quartet give a fascinating account of Liget's Métamorphoses nocturnes.
Meticulous intonation, seamless phrasing and oozing charm, Chanticleer delivered a wonderful entertaining concert in a programme that stretched nearly 600 years.
Stutzmann displays her customary thoughtfulness and musicianship in Beethoven and Brahms, while violinist Zorman and cellist Elschenbroich deliver a remarkably satisfying Double Concerto.