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Composer: Fauré, Gabriel (1845-1924)

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BarcelonaWelcome Jesu, deep in my soul forever stay

Welcome Jesu, deep in my soul forever stay
Tavener, Fauré, MacMillan, Bach, Elgar, Mozart
Simon Halsey; Chamber Chorus of the Palau de la Música Catalana; Jordi Armengol

ManchesterChamber Music for Flute & Piano: Syrinx

Chamber Music for Flute & Piano: Syrinx
Schumann C., Schumann, Gaubert, Debussy, Fauré, Poulenc
Eva Oertle; Vessilin Stanev

EdinburghBernstein Halil

Fauré, Bernstein, Lebrun, Bizet
Scottish Chamber Orchestra; François Leleux; Alison Mitchell

GlasgowBernstein Halil

Fauré, Bernstein, Lebrun, Bizet
Scottish Chamber Orchestra; François Leleux; Alison Mitchell

ManchesterAronowitz Ensemble with RNCM Students

Aronowitz Ensemble with RNCM Students
Fauré, Chausson, Enescu
Aronowitz Ensemble
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Catriona Morison’s recital première in Edinburgh

Catriona Morison © Julie Howden
Winner of Cardiff Singer of the World, Scottish mezzo Catriona Morrison charms the enthusiastic audience with her varied programme of romantic songs.
****1
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Oundjian's Brahms disappoints in Edinburgh

Augustin Hadelich © Rosalie O'Connor
Hadelich dazzles, but Oundjian's Brahms is bland. 
***11
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Mälkki serves a smorgasbord with the Chicago Symphony

Susanna Mälkki © Simon Fowler
A new score by Melinda Wagner, concertante pieces for saxophone and orchestra with Branford Marsalis, and works of Bizet and Debussy comprised Susanna Mälkki’s CSO program, intriguing in its eclecticism.
***11
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Cello Octet resounds at the Hagia Eirene

Cello4Berlin and Çellistanbul © Ersin Durmus
Berlin Philharmonic cellists combine with Turkish counterparts for a dazzling performance in Istanbul.
*****
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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
***11
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