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ManchesterSibelius' Symphony no. 2

Vaughan Williams, Ravel, Musgrave, Sibelius
The Hallé; Sir Mark Elder; Benjamin Grosvenor

ManchesterHallé - Elgar's Symphony no. 1

Wagner, Gubaidulina, Elgar
The Hallé; Sir Mark Elder; Baiba Skride

ManchesterRussian Extravaganza

Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov, Rimsky-Korsakov, Tsytlenok, Glazunov
The Hallé; Stephen Bell

ManchesterVivaldi’s Four Seasons by Candlelight

Vivaldi, Bach
The Piccadilly Sinfonietta; Warren Mailley-Smith; Eva Þórarinsdóttir

ManchesterBrahms Symphony no. 3

Haydn, Stravinsky, Brahms
The Hallé; Sir Mark Elder

ManchesterFrom the “New World”

Price, Barber, Dvořák
The Hallé; Delyana Lazarova; James Ehnes
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A fantastic start to The Hallé's new season at The Bridgewater Hall

Benjamin Grosvenor's account of Ravel's Piano Concerto was outstanding in a Hallé concert with powerful Vaughan Williams and Sibelius, plus a novelty by Thea Musgrave.
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The Hallé in Russian mode with Mark Elder

Tracing a line of musical heritage was what this concert was all about: the imaginative richness of inspiration that passed from Rimsky-Korsakov through early Rachmaninov to Stravinsky.
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A hurricane blows through The Hallé: Tabita Berglund

The young Norwegian conductor Tabita Berglund has been making waves on the international circuit and is already exhibiting much promise. Here she directs the Hallé in an eclectic mix of Wagner, Golijov and Beethoven.
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Satan in Manchester: Stravinsky from Elder, the Hallé... and friends

This interpretation by co-directors Annabel Arden and Femi Elufowoju Jr was intelligently conceived and brilliantly executed.
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Mozart, Paul Lewis and the miracle of the fortepiano

Lewis' playing on a thoroughly modern instrument was as if he was in awe at the miracle of what Mozart had done with a simple fortepiano.
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Tears for transience: Roderick Williams sings Butterworth

Its theme of the passing of everything from cherry blossom to opera houses made this a programme for the artistic perils of our time. 
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