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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Dundee, United Kingdom

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RSNO season opens with Vienna’s Golden Age

Thomas Søndergård © Bjarke Johansen
RSNO Season opens in Dundee on Vienna’s Golden Age, Søndergård conducting a boisterous Don Juan, Karen Cargill singing Berg Seven Early Songs and a sparkling Mahler Symphony no 1.
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The Scottish Ensemble journeys to Eastern Europe

The complex world of Górecki, Bacewicz and Cytż is contrasted with Dvořák and Chopin as The Scottish Ensemble embarked upon an Eastern European journey with guest director Bartosz Woroch.
****1
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Baroque Dance Party with Johannes Fischer

© Johannes Fischer
International percussionist Johannes Fischer brought almost everything but the kitchen sink to the Scottish Ensemble’s lively Baroque Dance Party.
***11
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South Atlantic crossings with added Venezuelan spice

The Scottish Ensemble on lively form is joined by exciting Venezuelan pianist Gabriela Montero to explore the links and influences of Bach and Mozart on modern South American composers.  
****1
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An American Journey... with Elvis on bassoon

Always with an eye for the unusual, The Hebrides Ensemble surpassed themselves brilliantly with a lively programme of Amerian influenced music, including Elvis on bassoon.
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Love and War in Bohemia with the Scottish Ensemble and Sophie Harmsen.

Love and War in Bohemia, with rising star mezzo Sophie Harmsen, an engaging evening of light and darkness, and a study of composer pupils with famous masters.
****1
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