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Composer: Fauré, Gabriel (1845-1924)

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ZürichLiederabend: Elena Moşuc

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

LondonQuatuor Ebène; Martin Fröst

Quatuor Ebène; Martin Fröst
Beethoven, Fauré, Brahms
Martin Fröst; Quatuor Ébène

LondonDuo Benedict

Mozart, Moszkowski, Fauré, Ganzhorn
Stamatia Cottakis; Paul Ellis-Howe

BristolThe King's Singers - Gold

© Marco Borggreve  italic text
Fauré, Dijk, de Lassus, Quilter
The King's Singers

BantryCrespo Series

Beamish, Watkins, Fauré
Mark Padmore; Ruby Hughes; Philippe Cassard; Niek de Groot
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Evgeny Kissin and the Emerson Quartet at Carnegie Hall

Evgeny Kissin and the Emerson String Quartet © Jennifer Taylor
There was a palpable sense of communion during a performance bringing these great musicians together at Carnegie Hall for the first time. 
****1
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Chloë Hanslip and Danny Driver are thrilling at Kings Place

Chloë Hanslip © Benjamin Ealovega
Chloë Hanslip and Danny Driver were in tune with each other in every way in this fascinating and entertaining programme inspired by Marcel Proust.
*****
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Catherine Trottmann beguiles in French mélodies

Catherine Trottmann © Caroline Doutre
Trottmann used profile, posture and facial expression to bring each song to life. 
****1
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Gallic delights: the Nash Ensemble at Wigmore Hall

Nash Ensemble © Hanya Chlala/ArenaPAL
The Nash Ensemble exploited its versatility in a wide-ranging and enjoyable programme of French chamber music and song featuring soprano Rebecca Evans.
****1
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Quatuor Ébène shines in rarely performed and standard repertoire

Quatuor Ébène © Julien Mignot
Ébène Quartet’s musical ebb and flow brings to mind Proust’s words to Fauré, that he was “intoxicated by his music”.  
****1
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