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Composer: Chabrier, Emmanuel (1841-1894)

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Year of birth1841
Year of death1894
November 2018
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AmsterdamChristopher Maltman: Carnival of the Animals

© Pia Clodi
Poulenc, Schumann, Ravel, Reger, Chabrier, Wolf
Christopher Maltman; Joseph Middleton

NagoyaSubscription Concert No. 166

Subscription Concert No. 166
Chabrier, Say, Ibert, Ravel, Debussy
Central Aichi Symphony Orchestra; Leoš Svárovský; Nobuya Sugawa

ReykjavikBrahms and Tortelier

Brahms, Farrenc, Chabrier
Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Yan Pascal Tortelier; Ari Þór Vilhjálmsson; Sigurgeir Agnarsson

LondonL’Invitation au Voyage

Duparc, Debussy, Ravel, Saint-Saëns, Chabrier
Dame Sarah Connolly; James Newby; Joseph Middleton; Adam Walker

St PetersburgSpain

Bizet, Rodrigo, Rimsky-Korsakov, Chabrier, Ravel
St Petersburg Symphony Orchestra; Alexey Nyaga; Ekaterina Semion
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Philippe Cassard dons his dancing shoes

Philippe Cassard © Vincent Catala
Waltzing on a Monday evening? Wigmore Hall is not exactly the Tower Ballroom, but last night it did a fair impression as a temple of dance when Philippe Cassard played the third of his Debussy Perspectives series.
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Poulenc and Chabrier get an eccentric outing

Harriet Eyley (Therese) © Chris Christodoulou
Stephen Unwin's straight direction and some talented young singers from the Royal Academy of Music Opera school made these two works a real treat. 
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Underwhelming Lost Cello Concerto at Houston Symphony

Brinton Averil Smith
In a program with Chabrier’s España and Falla’s The Three-Cornered Hat, the Houston Symphony ambitiously unearthed Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco’s Cello Concerto, last heard at its premiere with the New York Philharmonic in 1935.
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Philadelphia Orchestra’s Paris Festival

Yannick Nézét-Séguin © Marco Borggreve
Nezet-Seguin and his Philadelphians convey the brilliance and sophistication of France's undisputed "golden age" of classical music with works by six Parisian composers.
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The Hallé ends its Nottingham season in high spirits

Alexandra Dariescu © Adrian Stoicoviciu
The Hallé brings its Nottingham concert season to an end with a programme of popular French and Russian works.  
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