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Composer: Bruckner, Anton (1824-1896)

August 2018
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HerefordHymn of Praise

Bruckner, Mendelssohn
Philharmonia Orchestra; Peter Nardone; Sarah Fox; Anna Harvey; James Oxley; Quentin Hayes

SalzburgWest-Eastern Divan Orchestra 1Guest Orchestras

Coleman, Bruckner
West-Eastern Divan Orchestra; Daniel Barenboim; Elsa Dreisig

SalzburgVienna Philharmonic · Herbert BlomstedtVienna Philharmonic

Sibelius, Bruckner
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra; Herbert Blomstedt

TimisoaraSommerprojekt "30 Jahre WJO"

Bernstein, Willi, Bruckner
Wiener Jeunesse Orchester; Herbert Böck; Félix Dervaux

BucharestSommerprojekt "30 Jahre WJO"

Bernstein, Willi, Bruckner
Wiener Jeunesse Orchester; Herbert Böck; Félix Dervaux
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Simon O'Neill's thrilling Wesendonck-Lieder in Auckland

Simon O'Neill © Askonas Holt
The New Zealander Heldentenor makes a welcome return to Auckland for Wagner's erotic song cycle. 
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Berlin Philharmonic serves tapas starter and monumental main

Sir Simon Rattle and the Berliner Philharmoniker © Monika Rittershaus
Rattle presented small items full of flavour alongside a heaven-storming Bruckner Ninth Symphony.
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Chorus of Royal Northern Sinfonia explore Bach and beyond

Hugh Brunt © Trent McMinn
A patchy performance by The Chorus of Royal Northern Sinfonia in a concert following the influence of J.S. Bach on later choral composers.
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Celebrating Linz's favourite son: a majestic Eighth

Markus Poschner © Christian Herzenberger
Markus Poschner and the Bruckner Orchestra Linz conclude their UK tour with an impulsive, passionate performance at Symphony Hall.
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Brisk Mozart and strong Bruckner from Eschenbach and the New York Phil

Christoph Eschenbach © Eric Brissaud
Eschenbach’s command of the orchestra shone most in the Adagio of Bruckner’s Ninth Symphony, where the climaxes brought out the full gravitas of the work.
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