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Composer: Dohnányi, Ernst von (1877-1960)

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Year of birth1877
Year of death1960
NationalityHungary
Period20th century
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IstanbulStars of Chamber Music: Ensemble Kheops

Mozart, Brahms, Dürrüoglu, Dohnányi
Ensemble Kheops

AmsterdamClose-up: Artist in Residence Janine Jansen

Brahms, Bartók, Dohnányi
Janine Jansen; Olivier Patey; Katy Woolley; Frederik Boits

BerlinKammerkonzert 10: Muzică!

Dohnányi, Bartók, Enescu
Gabriel Adorjan; Claudia Other; Rebecca Li; Mariam Machaidze

LondonIMS Prussia Cove

Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Benjamin, Dohnányi
Anthony Marwood; Grace Park; Susanne Schäffer; Timothy Ridout

SydneyOmega Ensemble: Night Serenades

Dvořák, Dohnányi, Kats-Chernin
Omega Ensemble
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Beethoven's last and Dohnanyi's first at Mostly Mozart

Takács Quartet © Amanda Tipton
The Takács Quartet performed quartets by Beethoven and Mozart with insight and energy. Pianist Jeremy Denk joined the ensemble in Dohnányi’s lushly romantic Piano Quintet.
*****
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Hungarian flair at ChamberFest Cleveland

Roman Rabinovich and Juho Pohjonen play Brahms' Hungarian Dances © Gary Adams
ChamberFest Cleveland’s Hungarian evening traversed works of Liszt, Eötvös, and Dohnányi, alongside Brahms’ apt Hungarian Dances.
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Beatson and the Royal Northern Sinfonia play rare repertoire

Alasdair Beatson © Giorgia Bertazzi
Royal Northern Sinfonia welcomed their new chamber pianist in residence, Alisdair Beatson, with some brilliantly imaginative programming.
****1
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Takács Quartet heads east in Edinburgh

Takács Quartet © Amanda Tipton
Mozart, Dvořák and Dohnányi takes listeners at the Edinburgh Festival from Prussia to Hungary. 
*****
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Dohnányi’s Der Tenor a star vehicle for Attila Fekete

Hungarian composer Dohnányi's fourth and last opera is a comic delight, especially in the hands of the team at the Budapest Opera. 
*****
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