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Composer: Arensky, Anton Stepanovich (1861-1906)

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Year of birth1861
Year of death1906
February 2019
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New York CityThe Zukerman Trio

Beethoven, Arensky, Brahms
Zukerman Trio

New York CityDeeply Inspired

Schubert, Barber, Arensky, Bloch
Yunpeng Wang; Michael Brown; Kristin Lee; Danbi Um

OxfordCorona Strings perform String Themes - including works by Britten, Vaughan Williams, Suk and Arensky

Purcell, Britten, Vaughan Williams, Suk, Arensky
Corona Strings; Janet Lince

ViennaHarriet Krijgh • Minetti Quartett

Arensky, Schubert
Harriet Krijgh; Minetti Quartet; Maria Ehmer; Anna Knopp
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A Russian journey of the spirit at King's Place

Joan Rodgers © Groves Artists
Joan Rodger's idiomatic soprano and the surging cello obbligato were revelatory in this symbolist paean.
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Gerstein the evening’s shooting star in Rachmaninov

Kirill Gerstein © David Hartig
If Russian-born pianist Kirill Gerstein were to launch into orbit, he would far outdistance the Soyuz Space Station.
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RSNO: Lugansky plays Prokofiev in an all-Russian programme conducted by Mikhail Tatarnikov

Mikhail Tatarnikov
Who knew glaciers were so musical? Arensky Glacier, named for the composer of this all-Russian programme’s opener, flows south from Beethoven Peninsula into the north end of the Antartic’s Boccherini Inlet. There is nothing chilly, however, about the 1894 Variations on a Theme of Tchaikovsky by Anton Arensky (1861–1906).
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The Hilliard Ensemble and the Australian Chamber Orchestra in Sydney

Hilliard Ensemble,  ©  Friedrun Reinhold
Saturday evening’s concert saw the coming together of two world-class ensembles from opposite ends of the world: Australia’s national orchestra, the Australian Chamber Orchestra, and the world-renowned British vocal group the Hilliard Ensemble.
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Vilde Frang & Friends in Zürich

Vilde Frang © Marco Borggreve
Ein hinreißender Konzertabend, vom provokant-imaginativen Trio von Veress hin zu Enescus Oktett.
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