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Composer: Fauré, Gabriel (1845-1924)

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October 2020
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BarcelonaHomage to Robert Gerhard

Homage to Robert Gerhard
Gerhard, Chaminade, Fauré, Mendelssohn, Strauss R., Brahms
Irene Mas; Mereia Tarragó; Tànit Bono; Ferran Albrich

BerlinSuyoen Kim & Annika Treutler

Fauré, Szymanowski, Franck
Suyoen Kim; Annika Treutler

StockholmFrom Mozart to Cole Porter: James Newby recital

Stockholms Konserthusstiftelse
Mahler, Chausson, Ireland, Brahms, Fauré, Quilter, Mozart, Rachmaninov, Bingham, Swann, Schubert, Clarke, Porter
James Newby; Joseph Middleton

BarcelonaNatalie Pérez recital

© Photo Studio Ledtoit Perrin
Bizet, Debussy, Delage, Fauré, Hahn, Mendelssohn, Rihm, Schubert, Schumann, Wolf
Natalie Perez; Daniel Heide

LondonNathalie Stutzmann: The Power of Love

Schubert, Fauré, Chausson, Debussy
Nathalie Stutzmann; Inger Södergren
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Gerald Finley takes a transatlantic voyage in song at Wigmore Hall

Gerald Finley © Wigmore Hall
From Fauré and Duparc to Barber, Ives and Copland, the Canadian bass-baritone and Julius Drake explore a range of song.
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Painting with words: Anna Caterina Antonacci at Wigmore Hall

Anna Caterina Antonacci © Jason Daniel Shaw

Antonacci brings a vibrant splash of colour to a rainy day in London in works by Respighi, Boulanger, Britten, and Poulenc

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A French Connection: Poulenc and Fauré from the LPO

Bertrand de Billy © Marco Borggreve
Bertrand de Billy made his debut with the LPO in an all-French programme headlined by Fauré's Requiem and preceded by a rewarding pairing of Poulenc's Organ Concerto and Sept Repons des Tenebres
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Lise de la Salle's superb Bach the highlight of a varied recital

Lise de la Salle © Stéphane Gallois
The French pianist's approach may be uncomplicated, but crisp articulation, interesting dynamics and a fine sense of shifting moods enliven a recital full of variety.
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A joyful start from Maxim Emelyanychev and the SCO

Maxim Emelyanychev © Gordon Burniston

Colourful Hersant, virtuosic Prokofiev with Carolin Widmann and Mozart’s “Jupiter” packed with unpredictable excitement.

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