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Composer: Bartók, Béla (1881-1945)

February 2019
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LondonEmily Sun (violin) with Andrey Lebedev (guitar)

© Benjamin Ealovega
Bach, Paganini, Bartók, Falla, Piazzolla
Emily Sun; Andrey Lebedev

ViennaLondon Symphony Orchestra

Bartók, Bruckner
London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Simon Rattle

EssenBruckner's Symphony No.6

Bartók, Bruckner
London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Simon Rattle

Frankfurt am MainFokus Sir Simon Rattle

Bartók, Bruckner
London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Simon Rattle

BonnKammerkonzert III

Brahms, Bartók, Beethoven
Liza Fretschmann; Roman Rabinovich
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A sweet finale to Gardiner's memorable Schumann cycle

Sir John Eliot Gardiner © Sim Canetty-Clarke
Concluding Gardiner's Schumann cycle, it was a memorable concert, with a memorable Spring Symphony and a musical Manfred Overture. The Beethoven first piano concerto proved an unlikely hero.
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Barbara Hannigan makes NYC conducting debut at Juilliard

Barbara Hannigan conducts the Juilliard Orchestra © Rachel Papo
The celebrated soprano leads the students of the Juilliard in an enjoyable concert that falters on the side of keeping an even keel.
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Intangible cosmos: Eötvös' Multiversum

Peter Eötvös © Klaus Rudolph

Composer-conductor Peter Eötvös’ attempt to portray the concept of parallel universes in music remained strangely earthbound in its UK premiere.

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Off-the-mark Iolanta, but a terrifying Bluebeard at the Met

Angela Denoke (Judith) and Gerald Finley (Bluebeard) © Marty Sohl | Metropolitan Opera
Mariusz Treliński's double bill pairing returns to the Metropolitan Opera with fine performances from Sonya Yoncheva and Gerald Finley in the leads. 
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Empathetic truth from the odd couple

Leonidas Kavakos © Marco Borggreve
A rapt audience witnessed a very special musical event where superficial differences in musical style and personal presentation counted for nothing with musicianship of the highest order.
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