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Composer: Duruflé, Maurice (1902-1986)

April 2019
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St AlbansPhilip Scriven

Bach, Leighton, Messiaen, Rütti, Duruflé
Philip Scriven, Organ

LiverpoolMozart Masterworks

Mozart Masterworks
Mozart, Duruflé
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Sir Andrew Davis; Catriona Morison; Roderick Williams; Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir

AmsterdamFauré Requiem sung by The Netherlands Radio Choir

© Simon van Boxtel
MacMillan, Pärt, Duruflé, Fauré
Netherlands Radio Philharmonic; Klaas Stok; Sophie Junker; John Brancy; Netherlands Radio Choir (Groot Omroepkoor)

BostonGiancarlo Guerrero conducts Grime, Walton, and Duruflé

Grime, Walton, Duruflé
Boston Symphony Orchestra; Giancarlo Guerrero; Johannes Moser; Tanglewood Festival Chorus; James Burton

Los AngelesRequiems: Fauré & Duruflé

Fauré, Duruflé
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; Bernard Labadie; Lydia Teuscher; Julie Boulianne; Jean-François Lapointe; Thomas Annand
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Light shining through tears: VOCES8 at Milton Abbey

VOCES8 © Ikon Arts
Light shines through tears in a concert with a luxurious line-up of VOCES8, the Academey of Ancient Music and Robert Hollingworth at the Milton Abbey Music Festival in Dorset. 
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Fashion, flamboyance and fervency at Cheltenham

Choir of Keble College, Oxford © Keble College
Parisian choral works by Fauré, Dupré and Duruflé performed by candle (and electric) light in Cheltenham College Chapel.
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An emotional dedication: Duruflé & Fauré Requiems at the Royal Festival Hall

Jérémie Rhorer © Chris Christodoulou
Despite being a little rough and ready at times, the Rodolfus Choir and superb Philharmonia captured a moving sense of stillness in these two popular works
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The other Donald in DC

Donald Runnicles © Florence McCall
Donald Runnicles conducts Duruflé's Requiem and orchestral Debussy at the Kennedy. 
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Gallic double act: Latry and Lefebvre in Budapest

Olivier Latry and Philippe Lefebvre © János Posztós, Müpa Budapest
The grand finale to Müpa's mini-festival to celebrate ten years since the installation of the organ in its concert hallwas as spectacular a musical event as you could wish for. 
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