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Composer: Schoenberg, Arnold (1874-1951)

December 2018
Evening performance
Matinee performance
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StockholmSimone Young conducts the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic

Simone Young conducts the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic
Schoenberg, Schumann, Schmidt
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Simone Young; Kian Soltani

TokyoTokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra

Schoenberg, Bruckner
Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra; Kazushi Ono; Patricia Kopatchinskaja

Bern5. Matineekonzert: Verklärte Nacht

Brahms, Schoenberg
Romain Hürzeler; Daniel Meller; Yutaka Mitsunaga; Bettina Kurz

BarcelonaMagdalena Kožená & Mitsuko Uchida: Lieder

Schumann, Wolf, Dvořák, Schoenberg
Magdalena Kožená; Dame Mitsuko Uchida

StockholmBluebeard's Castle

Bluebeard's Castle
Schoenberg, Bartók
Sakari Oramo; Bengt Gomér; Katarina Karnéus; Johannes Martin Kränzle; Nina Stemme
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Leonskaja's Schubert thrills the Pierre Boulez Saal

Elisabeth Leonskaja © Julia Wesely
A pair of A minor sonatas demonstrate the composer's evolution over his lifetime; the Wanderer Fantasy shows the pianist's mastery of phrasing.
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Inevitable solitude in the Ricci/Forte's new diptych

Gábor Bretz © Rosellina Garbo
Performing arts duo Ricci/Forte throw what feels like the entire directorial arsenal at this production.
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Tetzlaff's superb Berg with the Cleveland Orchestra

Ingo Metzmacher © Kai Beinert
Early works by Schoenberg and Webern filled out an austere program.
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Martin Helmchen pays debt to Schumann’s genius in Baden

Martin Helmchen © Giorgia Bertazzi
By using Schumann’s Novelletten to draw a broad dramaturgical bow over the whole evening, Martin Helmchen stands on his own as a bold and highly creative pianist.
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Salonen continues his late Romantic traversal

Esa-Pekka Salonen © Clive Barda
In the second of the two concerts this week to open the Philharmonia's season, Salonen excels in the Schoenberg, while leaving space for debate in the Bruckner.
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