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CologneRising Stars: Júlia Pusker & Christia Hudziy "Hommage to Szigeti"

Ysaÿe, Prokofiev, Bartók, Tanguy, Schubert
Júlia Pusker; Christia Hudziy

CologneEdward Gardner / Hélène Grimaud / London Philharmonic Orchestra

London Philharmonic Orchestra
Brahms, Stravinsky
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Edward Gardner; Hélène Grimaud

CologneRising Stars: Sonoro Quartet "Journeys"

van Parys, Bartók, Perinpanathan, Beethoven
Sonoro Quartet; Sarah Jégou-Sageman; Jeroen de Beer; Séamus Hickey

CologneKlaus Mäkelä conducts Beethoven with the Concertgebouw Orchestra

Mendelssohn, Beethoven
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Klaus Mäkelä; Chen Reiss

CologneRising Stars: Sebastian Heindl

Bach, Gubaidulina, Heindl, Eggert
Sebastian Heindl, Organ

CologneGastspiel in der Philharmonie Köln

Bamberg Symphony; Jakub Hrůša; Lukas Sternath
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Introdans: Bach elevates in this powerful but repetitive triple bill

Introdans is a company of skilled dancers, and whilst the results may not be thrilling, they are nevertheless engaging.
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Ballett am Rhein: engaging, intoxicating, emotive and not one plot!

Ballett am Rhein offered three pieces with no narrative, but this triple bill has broad appeal across the full spectrum of ballet and dance.
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An excellent Rhenish from the Rhineland

Schumann's Third returns to its spiritual home as François-Xavier Roth conducts the Gürzenich Orchestra in a fine Rhenish
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Not all mineshafts fully accessible in Cologne

Brio is one important element in the mining of Romantic feeling. Not everything worked in this combination of Mendelssohn, Bruch and Schumann.
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Christiane Karg excels in Berg with the MCO and Fabio Luisi

Luisi programmes Berg, the dark harmonist, and Schubert, the blithe melodist, as a musical yin and yang in Cologne. 
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Mathis Kaspar Stier takes the bassoon spotlight in Jolivet's concerto

A strong connection between Manfred Honeck and the WDR musicians was clearly palpable during the entire performance.
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