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Composer: Bruch, Max (1838-1920)

April 2019
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OmaghVariations on a Rococo – Strule Arts Centre, Omagh – On Your Doorstep

Tarrodi, Tchaikovsky, Bruch, Mendelssohn
Ulster Orchestra; Elim Chan; Alexey Stadler

BelfastVariations on a Rococo Theme

Tarrodi, Tchaikovsky, Bruch, Mendelssohn
Ulster Orchestra; Elim Chan; Alexey Stadler

San FranciscoJanowski conducts Wagner's Love Music

Mendelssohn, Bruch, Wagner
San Francisco Symphony; Marek Janowski; James Ehnes

LiverpoolScottish Fantasy

Scottish Fantasy
Mendelssohn, Bruch, Zemlinsky
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Vasily Petrenko; Noa Wildschut

DaytonMauceri Meets Daurov

Prokofiev, Bernstein, Bruch, Shostakovich
Dayton Philharmonic; John Mauceri; Adrian Daurov
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Ray Chen entertains in an uneven night for the LPO

Ray Chen © John Mac
Chen plays a fine solo part in Bruch and delights with his encore; Orozco-Estrada and the LPO provide some good moments but fall short of their best form.
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Classical in scale, romantic in outlook

Leticia Moreno © Omar Ayyashi
Gabor Takács-Nagy conducts the Manchester Camerata in Mendelssohn, Bruch and Schumann
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Nash Ensemble enchants in Bruch, Mendelssohn and Brahms

Nash Ensemble © Hanya Chlala | ArenaPAL
Opening their season’s residency in their London home with the theme of “German Romantics”, Wigmore Hall was plunged into an autumnal glow.
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LA Phil returns home, licks wounds, soldiers on

Katia and Marielle Labèque © Weigold & Böhm
The audience responded as if they were hearing the Symphony for the first time. They were overwhelmed and let the musicians know it. Good start to the home stand.
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RPO and Pinchas Zukerman deliver safe as houses repertoire

Pinchas Zukerman © Cheryl Mazak
Assured and mostly rewarding performances from the RPO in standard fare that underlined Bruch’s nobility, Elgar’s masterly orchestration and the originality of Sibelius. 
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