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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Salzburg, Austria

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Mozart lives! Camerata Salzburg toasts its hometown hero

Renaud Capuçon and Gérard Caussé © Wolfgang Lienbacher
A charming programme featuring Renaud Capuçon and Gérard Caussé in the Sinfonia Concertante in E flat major, one of Mozart’s most sublime, sun-drenched works. 
****1
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Netrebko and Eyvazov serve up Russian jewels in Salzburg gala

Yusif Eyvazov and Anna Netrebko © Salzburg Festival | Marco Borelli
With duets from Pique Dame and Iolanta, along with set pieces from Eugene Onegin, this gala was packed with Russian passion. 
****1
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A warm Viennese embrace as Wagner and Bruckner meet in Salzburg

Elīna Garanča © Salzburg Festival | Marco Borrelli
Forget powerhouse “hojotohos” and sandblasting brass. Elīna Garanča and Christian Thielemann offered more intimate portraits of these composers at the Großes Festspielhaus.
*****
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Ripeness is all: Renaud Capuçon and Martha Argerich in Salzburg

Renaud Capuçon and Martha Argerich © Marco Borrelli
The duo shines in sunny Beethoven, cool Prokofiev and over-ripe Franck.
****1
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A granitic Beethoven 9 from Muti in Salzburg

Riccardo Muti © Salzburg Festival | Marco Borrelli
“Go big or go home” could easily have been the motto of this summer’s festival. Muti didn’t just go big. He went huge. 
***11
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Mahler in all his might: raising the roof in Salzburg

Andris Nelsons conducts the Vienna Philharmonic © Salzburg Festival | Marco Borrelli
In a pandemic era of chamber reductions, the joy in this Mahler 6 was hearing an orchestra of 108 musicians let off the leash. 
****1
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