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Composer: Glinka, Mikhail Ivanovich (1804-1857)

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Year of birth1804
Year of death1857
September 2020
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TokyoVladimir Fedoseyev: Russian Dream

© Oleg Nachinkin
Sviridov, Prokofiev, Rubinstein, Glinka, Rimsky-Korsakov, Tchaikovsky
NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo; Vladimir Fedoseyev

Hong KongMaxim Vengerov plays Tchaikovsky

Hong Kong Philharmonic Society Ltd
Glinka, Tchaikovsky
Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra; Long Yu; Maxim Vengerov

MelbourneHarp Fantaisie

Ibert, Saint-Saëns, Glinka, Whitwell
Omega Ensemble

SydneyOmega Ensemble: Harp Fantaisie

Ibert, Saint-Saëns, Glinka, Whitwell, Pärt
Omega Ensemble
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Quirky Rachmaninov from Buniatishvili and the RPO in Atlanta

Khatia Buniatishvili © Esther Haase
A most idiosyncratic version of Rachmaninov's Second Piano Concerto from Khatia Buniatishvili along with a notable performance of Sibelius' Second Symphony from the RPO, touring the United States under Mark Wigglesworth. 
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Union Jack makes a welcome return to NYCB's repertoire

Teresa Reichlen and New York City Ballet in George Balanchine’s Union Jack © Paul Kolnik
Union Jack isn't a Balanchine masterpiece – it's more of a fun-sterpiece, which is even better.
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Excitement from the NYOS Senior Orchestra in Perth

The National Youth Orchestra of Scotland © NYOS

In a thrilling summer concert, Dionysis Grammenos conducts music from Panufnik, Schumann and a barnstorming Kabalevsky Second Symphony.

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Order and disorder: Balanchine and Tanowitz square off at NYCB

New York City Ballet in Pam Tanowitz’s Bartók Ballet © Erin Baiano
Modern dance choreographer Pam Tanowitz' first commission for New York City Ballet proved unruly yet fascinating, sandwiched between George Balanchine's enduring Valse-Fantaisie and Western Symphony.
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Ashkenazy and the Philharmonia in all-Russian evening

Esther Yoo © Marco Borggreve
The venerable Russian maestro and Conductor Laureate led the Philharmonia in an all-Russian programme with sensitive charm, youthful fire, and emotional range, with outstanding soloist Esther Yoo.
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