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Composer: Bloch, Ernest (1880-1959)

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Year of birth1880
Year of death1959
NationalitySwitzerland
Period20th century
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ValenciaOrquesta de Valencia

Orquesta de Valencia
Bloch, Mahler
Orquesta de Valencia; Yaron Traub; Iván Balaguer

PaderbornAbonnementkonzert

Beethoven, Bloch, Brahms
North West German Philharmonic; Alexandre Bloch; Yska Benzakoun

HerfordAbonnementkonzert

Beethoven, Bloch, Brahms
North West German Philharmonic; Alexandre Bloch; Yska Benzakoun

Bad SalzuflenAbonnementkonzert

Beethoven, Bloch, Brahms
North West German Philharmonic; Alexandre Bloch; Yska Benzakoun

SteinhagenAbonnementkonzert

Beethoven, Bloch, Brahms
North West German Philharmonic; Alexandre Bloch; Yska Benzakoun
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Musikdorf Ernen lights up the sky

Sally Beamish © Ashley Coombes
Nestled in the alps, Musikdorf Ernen’s chamber music festival concerts recently began its annual Kammermusik Plus weeks with works that showcased some extraordinary young talents.
****1
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Between worlds: sensational Avi Avital

Avi Avital © Harald Hoffmann
To see three passionate ambassadors of their instruments performing together made a sensationally satisfying evening at St Georges, Bristol.
*****
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Jewish music and Yiddish poetry resurgence by Evgeny Kissen

Evgeny Kissin at Carnegie Hall © Steve J. Sherman
Russian piano virtuoso Evgeny Kissen taps his Yiddish roots for an engaging concert of solo piano works by lesser-known Jewish composers and a classic Yiddish poetry recital.
***11
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The engaging lyricism of cellist Amit Peled's debut at Ravinia Festival

Amit Peled
For whatever reason, performers have always seemed to fear the fourth wall. They are content to let their music speak for itself, and any attempt to address the audience verbally is often considered lowbrow. This makes sense in some regards, as it facilitates the image of performer as master and lends artistic integrity to the music.
****1
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A celebration of strings: Mandolinist Avi Avital joins members of the Oxford Philomusica

Avi Avital  ©  Guy Hecht
Oxford becomes much quieter outside of the university terms, and this was reflected in audience numbers for Saturday’s concert. Although the evening did not pan out as expected, those who were in the Sheldonian still came away having heard some brilliant performances.
****1
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