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Composer: Dohnányi, Ernst von (1877-1960)

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Year of birth1877
Year of death1960
Period20th century
April 2019
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TwickenhamEnsemble Mirage

Ensemble Mirage
Prokofiev, Penderecki, Tchaikovsky, Copland, Dohnányi
Ensemble Mirage

MontrealEastern European Traditions

Smetana, Dohnányi, Dvořák
Oliver Thouin; Victor Fournelle-Blain; Anna Burden; François Zeitouni

St PetersburgHungary

Dohnányi, Liszt, Brahms, Kodály
St Petersburg Symphony Orchestra; Daniel Raiskin; Andrey Gugnin

Baden-BadenMarc-André Hamelin & Takács Quartet

Beethoven, Chopin, Dohnányi
Marc-André Hamelin; Takács Quartet; Edward Dusinberre; Harumi Rhodes

CologneTakács Quartet

Webern, Beethoven, Dohnányi
Marc-André Hamelin; Takács Quartet
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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.
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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

Attila Fekete (Schippel) © Péter Herman
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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Dynamic Tchaikovsky from Paremski in Virginia

Natasha Paremski live at Chrysler Hall with the VSO © David A Beloff
Contrasting Hungarian musical portraits from Dohnányi and Bartók anchored JoAnn Falletta’s latest Virginia Symphony concerts, coupled with a Tchaikovsky piano concerto that was long on bravura but short on poetry.
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Budapest Festival Orchestra and Iván Fischer play Beethoven and Brahms in Manchester

Budapest Festival Orchestra
Iván Fischer conducted the Budapest Festival Orchestra in impassioned performances of Dohnányi, Beethoven and Brahms to an appreciative, if criminally small, audience in Manchester.More than any other Music Director one could think of, Fischer has a large claim to the BFO being his orchestra. Since founding the orchestra in 1983, he has been its only chief and has guided it to wide acclaim.
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