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Composer: Bray, Charlotte

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Aix-en-ProvenceThe Viola in the Spotlight: Tabea Zimmermann

Brahms, Loeffler, Bray, Kodály, Liszt
Tabea Zimmermann; Andrea Hill; Edwige Herchenroder
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Oramo doesn't rock the boat in Mahler

Sakari Oramo conducts the BBCSO © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
An enterprising programme featuring a rare Haydn symphony, a new work by Charlotte Bray and Mahler 5, played by the BBC Symphony Orchestra under Sakari Oramo and with Guy Johnston as cello soloist.
***11
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Counterpoise presents a concert of evocative new works at Kings Place

Counterpoise (with violinist Alexandra Wood) at Kings Place  ©  Nicky Colton-Milne
Counterpoise offered a tasteful and well-crafted concert at Kings Place on Sunday of recent works accompanied by film and still photographs. The unusual instrumentation of the ensemble (violin, saxophone, trumpet, piano) was surprisingly effective. Works for smaller subsets of the ensemble gave individual performers a chance to shine as well.
***11
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Chess, leaves and eagles: New works at the Purcell Room

Hannah Kendall  ©  Hannah Kendall / Chris Alexander Photography
This Richard Thomas Foundation concert at Southbank Centre’s Purcell Room introduced us to two completely new works, and presented two slightly older pieces too for good measure. All were beautifully played by a top selection of performers, making for an excellent demonstration of the power of new music.
***11
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Prom 21: Death and dances from the Aldeburgh World Orchestra

Mark Elder at Prom 21  ©  BBC / Chris Christodoulou
Like an exquisite insect with a fleetingly brief lifespan, the Aldeburgh World Orchestra has been created as part of the 2012 Cultural Olympiad, and brings together young people from 35 countries across all five continents for a few intense weeks of rehearsal, tutoring and performances under the baton of Sir Mark Elder.
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