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Composer: Herrmann, Bernard (1911-1975)

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Year of birth1911
Year of death1975
NationalityUnited States
Period20th century
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BristolHeroes and Monsters

Heroes and Monsters
Williams, Shore, Herrmann
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; Pete Harrison

NottinghamThe Hallé Film Music Concert: Classic Movie Thrillers

The Hallé Film Music Concert: Classic Movie Thrillers
Herrmann, Williams, Zimmer, Howard
The Hallé; Stephen Bell

Munich6. Kammerkonzert

Enescu, Herrmann, Mendelssohn
Julita Smolen; Daniel Nodel; David van Dijk; Alice Marie Weber

Tutzing6. Kammerkonzert

Enescu, Herrmann, Mendelssohn
Julita Smolen; Daniel Nodel; David van Dijk; Alice Marie Weber

ChicagoNorth by Northwest - alongside film

Herrmann: Film music from North by Northwest
Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Richard Kaufman
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Bourne's Red Shoes

Ashley Shaw (Victoria Page) in The Red Shoes © Johan Persson
Taken at face value and ignoring its shortcomings, The Red Shoes still succeeds as entertainment.
***11
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Bourne's The Red Shoes in LA

Ashley Shaw (Victoria Page) in The Red Shoes © Johan Persson
Matthew Bourne is a master at creating theatrical splendor with the aid of a very healthy budget, an amazingly talented production staff and cast of dancers. His new ballet The Red Shoes is a set designer's dream.
****1
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An intriguing match in Cleveland

Kirill Gerstein © Marco Borggreve
This unusual program had the unlikely pairing of Schoenberg's Piano Concerto and Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue, for which Kirill Gerstein was a brilliant soloist. 
***11
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The Red Shoes

Ashley Shaw (Victoria Page) © Johan Persson
Mathhew Bourne's The Red Shoes seduces London as it opens at Sadler's Wells
****1
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Bartók meets Hitchcock: the music of horror and the night

Richard Tognetti © Gary Heery
It takes artistic courage to devote almost a whole concert to music associated with cinema, but then Richard Tognetti, the artistic director and concert master of the Australian Chamber Orchestra, never lacked creative thinking or musical audacity. 
****1
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