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Composer: Glazunov, Alexander Konstantinovich (1865-1936)

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RigaRaymonda

Glazunov: Raymonda
Aivars Leimanis; Latvian National Opera Ballet; Farhads Stade; Jānis Liepiņš; Ināra Gauja

IstanbulÇellistanbul & Cello4Berlin

Bach, Fauré, Villa-Lobos, Bruch, Dvořák, Tchaikovsky, Schubert (the Younger), Delibes, Glazunov
Cello4Berlin; Çellistanbul; Dorukhan Doruk; Burcu Hanci

GothenburgKrylov plays Shostakovich

Glazunov, Shostakovich, Borisova-Ollas
Gothenburg Symphony; Andrey Boreyko; Sergej Krylov

LondonLondon Philharmonic Orchestra: The Four Seasons

Vivaldi, Kabalevsky, Glazunov
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Marius Stravinsky; Pieter Schoeman

LondonLondon Philharmonic Orchestra: The fairytale begins

Rimsky-Korsakov, Stravinsky, Glazunov, Tchaikovsky
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Vladimir Jurowski; Kristóf Baráti
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ABT Studio Company and Royal Ballet School dancers: Shall I Compare Thee?

It’s heartening so see that the state of classical ballet is strong and there are many talented young dancers being nurtured to take their places in the top companies of the world.
***11
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Bracing Sibelius from Neeme Järvi in Chicago

Neeme Järvi’s authoritative CSO appearance was grounded by two major scores of Sibelius, preceded by a Prokofiev violin concerto with Vadim Gluzman and a rarely heard work of Glazunov.
****1
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Big surprises from the Japan Philharmonic

A sensational young Japanese violinist and a sensational, little-known Fifth Symphony brought high approval ratings from the audience at a Japan Philharmonic, all-Russian concert last Friday.
****1
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Fire in their bellies: Temirkanov and the Philharmonia

Yuri Temirkanov and the Philharmonia deliver exhilarating and sublime Tchaikovsky, while the increasingly impressive Sergey Khachatryan produces a mature and thoroughly absorbing Sibelius Violin Concerto.
****1
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Glorious Russian classics from Vedernikov and the CBSO

CBSO sparkled in the all Russian programme;  Tchaikovsky' Fifth and the Glazunov Violin Concerto brilliantly delivered, full of oustanding individual performances.
*****
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