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Composer: Corigliano, John (b. 1938)

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New York CityDaniil Trifonov in recital

© Stefan Cohen
Berg, Prokofiev, Bartók, Copland, Messiaen, Ligeti, Stockhausen, Adams, Corigliano, Adès
Daniil Trifonov, Piano

BaltimoreTo Bernstein with Love

Williams, Berio, Corigliano, Bernstein
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; Marin Alsop; Nicola Benedetti

BaltimoreA Salute to Leonard Bernstein

Bernstein, Williams, Berio, Corigliano
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; Marin Alsop; Jamie Bernstein

LexingtonCelebrating Bernstein

Corigliano, Bernstein, Mahler
Lexington Philharmonic; Scott Terrell; Joseph Johnson

ViennaCorigliano & Tschaikowsky

Corigliano, Tchaikovsky
Vienna Symphony Orchestra; Gustavo Gimeno; Martin Grubinger
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NYCB: Martins / Walker / Ratmansky

Tiler Peck and Zachary Catazaro in Peter Walker’s dance odyssey © Paul Kolnik
Twelve years after its creation, we’re still talking about what’s going on in Russian Seasons and we’re still looking forward to what the next dancer in gold, or red, or green will do with the role.
***11
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Gabel and Houston Symphony captain Corigliano and Ravel

Fabien Gabel © Gaetan Bernard
Houston Symphony’s program starring John Corigliano’s Conjurer: Concerto for Percussionist and String Orchestra and Maurice Ravel’s Daphnis et Chloé crept through mists.
****1
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An opulent Pines of Rome in Houston

Elina Vähälä © Antti Hannuniemi
In a program of vivid Italian work, violinist Elina Välhälä, performing Corigliano's violin concerto, seemed to transform into a formidable sprite.
****1
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A rousing Pictures at an Exhibition

Riccardo Muti © Todd Rosenberg
A stirring Pictures at an Exhibition makes for a memorable CSO gala.
***11
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STOMP that again: Corigliano world première

John Corigliano © J Henry Fair
It is odd to pair a seven-minute world première with a 72-minute Mahler Symphony, but there is so much life packed in to John Corigliano’s STOMP for Orchestra, that the two halves of Houston Symphony Orchestra’s concert felt surprisingly well balanced.
****1
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