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Composer: Enescu, George (1881-1955)

May 2018
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StockholmStravinsky & Bartoók

Bartók, Szymanowski, Stravinsky, Enescu
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Cristian Măcelaru; Nikolaj Znaider

ZürichLiederabend: Elena Moşuc

Liederabend: Elena Moşuc
Enescu, Chausson, Debussy, Fauré, Verdi
Elena Moşuc; Enrico Maria Cacciari

AldeburghPatricia Kopatchinskaja and Family

Enescu, Kurtág, Ravel
Patricia Kopatchinskaja; Emilia Kopatchinskaja; Viktor Kopatchinski; Amy Yang

SeattleBeethoven, Prokofiev, & Enescu

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Beethoven, Prokofiev, Enescu
Cynthia Phelps; Cameron Crozman; Karen Gomyo; Max Levinson

LondonProm 54: Iván Fischer & Budapest Festival Orchestra (I)

Enescu, Bartók, Mahler
Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer; Anna Lucia Richter
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Restraint and cool ardour from the RPO

Alexandra Dăriescu © Adrian Stoicoviciu
A lot to commemorate but not all that much to celebrate in this concert given by the RPO with the twin Romanian combination of Cristian Mandeal and Alexandra Dăriescu.
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Beyond pyrotechnics: Maxim Vengerov in Bucharest

Maxim Vengerov © Cătălina Filip
Vengeron and Papian explored what lies under the shiny surface of late 19th century repertoire
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Enescu’s ambitious only opera opens LPO season

Vladimir Jurowski and Paul Gay © Allex Max
The London Philharmonic’s concert performance of Enescu’s Oedipe proves an extravagant but triumphant way to launch the orchestra’s new Royal Festival Hall season.
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Inside and outside the comfort zone: Dutoit leads Argerich and the RPO

Martha Argerich © Cătălina Filip
Few other pianists have Argerich’s naturalness, her ability to epitomize the essence of music rather than interpret it. 
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RNO and Andreescu impress at Enescu Festival

Vadim Repin © Cătălina Filip
Following some rhythmically challenged Ginastera, Horia Andreescu and the Russian National Orchestra impress with confidently played MacMillan and Tchaikovsky.
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