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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Seoul, Korea, South

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SeoulSächsische Staatskapelle Dresden & Sunwook Kim

Brahms
Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden; Myung-whun Chung; Sunwook Kim

SeoulSächsische Staatskapelle Dresden & Sunwook Kim

Beethoven, Brahms
Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden; Myung-whun Chung; Sunwook Kim

SeoulVienna Philharmonic in Seoul I

Bruckner: Symphony no. 8 in C minor, WAB 108
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra; Christian Thielemann

SeoulVienna Philharmonic in Seoul II

Strauss R., Strauss II, Strauss
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra; Christian Thielemann
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A charming Monteverdi L'Orfeo in Seoul

Jin-ah Huh (Eurydice) and Seil Kim (Orfeo) © Sejong Cultural Center
Historical verisimilitude and stylistic consistency might have been somewhat wanting... but the daring spirit and hight artistry prevailed in this historic night of operatic scene in Korea!
****1
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Cross Chamber Orchestra: Feat of Vitality

The 28th annual concert of the Cross Chamber Orchestra was most praiseworthy in its youthful energy and especially because of the wise choice of soloist; a fascinating feat of religious stoicism and extreme vitality!
****1
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Samson et Dalila: Keeping the Tradition

The tradition of Grand Opera is well and alive. The genius of Saint-Saëns shone marvellously through this brilliant interpretation, which essentially did justice to the heart of Opera, a dash of madness mixed with high theatricality.
*****
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Romantic Masters Illuminates the Orient

The absence of empty showmanship, of any unnecessary gesture in music making, allowed the listeners to fully experience the essence of Young Gi Kim in a recital of violin sonatas.
****1
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