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Composer: Dukas, Paul (1865-1935)

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Year of birth1865
Year of death1935
May 2019
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ParisConcert de clôture - deux pianos

Concert de clôture - deux pianos
Mozart, Brahms, Kreisler, Rachmaninov, Debussy, Dukas
Loïc Lafontaine; Julien Hanck; Arnaud Dupont; Xavier Aymonod

VailHilary Hahn Plays Mendelssohn

Mendelssohn, Dukas, Ravel
Philadelphia Orchestra; Stéphane Denève; Hilary Hahn

LenoxBoston University Tanglewood Institute (BUTI) Young Artists Orchestra

Haas, Dukas, Mahler
Boston University Tanglewood Institute Young Artists Orchestra; Paul Haas

RotterdamSpooky concert (6+)

Dukas, Saint-Saëns, Mussorgsky
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra; Corinna Niemeyer; Unknown


Dukas, Bernstein, Mussorgsky
Concerto Budapest; Zoltán Rácz; Charlotte Saluste-Bridoux
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Capuçon, Shani and the Wiener Symphoniker play French music in Aix

Renaud Capuçon and the Wiener Symphoniker © Caroline Doutre
What a day to hear an all-French programme, and with this fragile moment at its heart criticism feels futile, disrespectful even.
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French programme with Franck and Gabetta at the Elbphilharmonie

Sol Gabetta © Uwe Arens
On tour with Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Mikko Franck and Sol Gabetta present an odd programme of mixed fare.
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Magic and mystery with Wong, Kozhukhin and the RLPO

Denis Kozhukhin © Marco Borggreve
RLPO debutante Kahchun Wong makes a distinctive first impression in a programme of iconic works from the 20th century.
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Prom 66: Kirill Petrenko makes belated Proms debut

Kirill Petrenko conducts the Berlin Philharmonic © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
The Berlin Philharmonic gives a first half party before a dark Schmidt symphony. 
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Masterful Dukas and Rachmaninov from the Philharmonia

Paavo Järvi © Kaupo Kikkas
Paavo Järvi gave a real sense of occasion to the evening, though the Berlioz neither embraced frenzy nor nodded to the fantastical. 
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