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Ludwig van Beethoven

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Year of birth1770
Year of death1827
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MunichResidenz Serenade

Bach, Vivaldi, Handel, Mozart, Beethoven
Munich Residenz Solisten

TorontoAriel Quartet

Ariel Quartet
Schumann, Beethoven, Webern, Brahms
Ariel Quartet, Quartet

HeerlenBeethoven’s Pastoral

Beethoven, Tippett
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra; Sir Mark Elder

LondonLunchtime Recital - Daryl Giuliano (cello) Julia Mametyeva (piano)

Lunchtime Recital - Daryl Giuliano (cello) Julia Mametyeva (piano)
Emmanuel, Bloch, Beethoven
Daryl Giuliano; Julia Mametyeva

RavelloThe art of variation

The art of variation
Bach C.P.E., Mozart, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Brahms
Raffaele Maisano, Piano
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Smouldering Beethoven and barnstorming Ives from Elder and the LSO

Kirill Gerstein © Marco Borggreve
Plenty of mustard with Ives' beguiling Americana and intelligent Beethoven from Kirill Gerstein.
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The elixir of love: Blomstedt conducts the Philharmonia

Herbert Blomstedt © Martin UK Lengemann
As spry as ever at 91, Herbert Blomstedt returns to the Philharmonia for an energetic "Eroica" Symphony with plenty of brio. 
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Day trips: Beethoven and Berlioz from Herbert Blomstedt

Herbert Blomstedt © Martin UK Lengemann

The veteran Swedish conductor Herbert Blomstedt proved an illuminating tour guide through a pair of early 19th-century programmatic symphonies.

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In Zurich, Leonidas Kavakos wears two hats

Leonidas Kavakos © Jan Olav Wedin
Greek violinist Leonidas Kavakos plays – and conducts – the Chamber Orchestra of Europe in works by Mozart, Schoeck and Beethoven.
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Paradise Regained: a heavenly evening with Aurora

Ben Griffiths performs Dark with Excessive Bright © Nick Rutter
Missy Mazzoli's double bass concerto receives its UK premiere as part of Kings Place's Venus Unwrapped season. 
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