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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Utrecht, Netherlands

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UtrechtAdams Reich and Wanternaar

Wantenaar, Adams, Reich
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra; André de Ridder; Leila Josefowicz

UtrechtBest of Balanchine

Best of Balanchine
Tchaikovsky, Stravinsky, Gershwin
George Balanchine; Dutch National Ballet; Fayçal Karoui; Dutch Ballet Orchestra

UtrechtLiszt Competition Finals Solo

UtrechtLiszt competition finals with orchestra

Netherlands Radio Philharmonic
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Polychoral virtuosity in Utrecht

© Alison Karlin
Ensemble Correspondances give a virtuoso display of polychoral music from Marc-Antoine Charpentier and his Italian contemporaries.
****1
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Monteverdi beguiles in Utrecht

Cantar Lontano © David Karlin
Emotions run high in a programme of Monteverdi madrigals given by Cantar Lontano at the Utrecht Early Music Festival.
***11
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Rachmaninov's for the public of tomorrow at TivoliVredenburg

Denis Kozhukhin © Felix Broede
Neither Rachmaninov's music nor the precision and perfection of the performance lose any of their power, vigor, brilliance and magic with a change from the traditional concert perspective.
****1
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An inventive Dido and Aeneas in Utrecht

A refreshing, unconventional reworking of Purcell's Dido and Aeneas by L'Arpeggiata in Utrecht. 
****1
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Epic and intimate theatre at magical Fort Rijnauwen

The Day After © Ben van Duin
Jonathan Dove’s new opera about the foolhardy destruction of nature receives an open-air world première with fiery special effects against an evocative historical backdrop.
****1
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An Invigorating Performance of Elgar's The Kingdom by Edward Gardner in Holland

Edward Gardner and Edward Caswell offered the British choir tradition in the form of Elgar's The Kingdom as a refreshingly programmed alternative to the many Bach passions. The combined choirs excelled together with an impressive Edith Haller.
****1
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