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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Gstaad, Switzerland

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GstaadEuropean Summer Tour 2019

Stravinsky, Bruch, Ravel
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra; Lahav Shani; Vilde Frang

GstaadLa Fleuraison des impressionnistes – Quatuor Modigliani

Hersant, Debussy, Saint-Saëns
Modigliani Quartet

Gstaad"Mit tiefem Pathos" – Hilary Hahn & Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen

Bach, Schubert
Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen; Omer Meir Wellber; Hilary Hahn

GstaadCapriccioso – Daniel Lozakovich

Bach, Paganini, Kreisler, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Saint-Saëns
Daniel Lozakovich; Sergei Babayan
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Long on refinement, short on sparkle: Nelson Freire in Gstaad

Nelson Freire © Miguel Bueno
Freire convinces in Bach, but soft attack and heavy pedal use make for flat renditions of romantic works.
**111
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Lupu’s Mozart touches the sublime

Radu Lupu © Miguel Bueno
Radu Lupu produces Mozart so sublime as to delight the angels, Saraste and the Zurich Chamber Orchestra give us a lesson in poise, balance and blended sound.
****1
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Moreau and Kadouch play Rita Strohl in Gstaad

Edgar Moreau © Miguel Bueno
Edgar Moreau and David Kadouch make the case for ressurecting the work of Rita Strohl, thrilling in transformation of Racine's Bérénice into Cello Sonata form.
****1
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Full-bodied Brahms and Schubert from Arcadi Volodos

Arcadi Volodos is a big man, and when he sits down to the piano, he produces a big sound. The extraordinary richness of timbre was obvious from the first notes of Brahms' 6 Klavierstücke, Op.118.
****1
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Russian Romantics from harpist Alexander Boldachev

Alexander Boldachev gives a highly entertaining exploration of Russian music, by way of a battery of harp effects, several of his own devising.
****1
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Perfectly phrased Chopin from Elisabeth Leonskaja

Elisabeth Lenoskaja's ability to execute a perfect phrase lights up a fine performance by the Polish Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra.
***11
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