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Composer: Glière, Reinhold (1875-1956)

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Year of birth1875
Year of death1956
October 2019
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New York CityMiró Quartet

Mozart, Glière, Franck, Servais, Schubert
Miró Quartet; Daniel Ching; William Fedkenheuer; John Largess

AmsterdamSunday morning concert: Marine Band of the Royal Netherlands Navy

© Joyce Rutjes
Glière, Rimsky-Korsakov, Prokofiev, Adams, Gershwin, Copland, Shostakovich
Arjan Tien; Marinierskapel der Koninklijke Marine; Bart Claessens; Jan Bouman

LondonSheku Kanneh-Mason & Guy Johnston

© Lars Borges
Boccherini, Richards, Barrière, Glière, Elizondo, Tortelier
Sheku Kanneh-Mason; Guy Johnston
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A Rachmaninov evening with the Russian National Orchestra

Kirill Karabits © Konrad Cwik
A marvelous musician, Mikhail Pletnev, conveyed a fresh perspective on the inner works of Rachmaninov's Second Piano Concerto. 
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Philharmonia mines the Soviet musical legacy

Vladimir Ashkenazy © Keith Saunders
Vladimir Ashkenazy and the Philharmonia Orchestra excelled in a fascinating exploration of post-revolutionary Russian music under the banner ‘Workers and the State’.
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Glière's Ilya Muromets: an amazing account from Gabriel Feltz and the Belgrade Philharmonic

Gabriel Feltz and the Belgrade Philharmonic © Marko Djokovic | Belgrade Philharmonic
Gabriel Feltz and the Belgrade Philharmonic conjured up medieval Russia in the colourful and imaginative tale of Ilya Muromets in Glière's Symphony no. 3.
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All-Russian programme raises the roof in Liverpool

Vasily Petrenko © Mark McNulty
Vasily Petrenko and the RLPO perform an all-Russian programme, with an exceptional Rite of Spring and charismatic playing from solo harpist Catrin Finch. 
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Opening concert Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad

Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad opens with a programme of beautiful music and a pair of fine soloists, but a concert somewhat let down by a lack of rapport between soloists and orchestra.
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