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Composer: Ives, Charles (1874-1954)

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Year of birth1874
Year of death1954
NationalityUnited States
Period20th century
September 2020
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ZürichThe Unanswered Question

© Artan Hürsever
Carter, Varèse, Ives, Nancarrow, Adams
Hans-Peter Achberger; Filipa Nunes; Ensemble Opera Nova

AmsterdamAnna Prohaska and Julius Drake

© Marco Borggreve
Ravel, Messiaen, Fauré, Debussy, Daniel-Lesur, Stravinsky, Wolf, Brahms, Reimann, Britten, Pfitzner, Rachmaninov, Ives, Purcell, Schubert, Schumann, Eisler, Mahler, Crumb, Bernstein
Anna Prohaska; Julius Drake

ParisIn between

Ives, Crumb, David, Gedizlioğlu, Urquiza, Haig, Mahler, Magrané Figuera, Ratkje
Ensemble intercontemporain; Matthias Pintscher; Sophia Burgos; Noa Frenkel

Frankfurt am MainThe COE, Sir Roger Norrington and soloists from the Kronberg Academy

Bach, Mozart, Ives, Haydn
Chamber Orchestra of Europe; Sir Roger Norrington; Vilde Frang; Lara Boschkor; Seiji Okamoto; Nils Mönkemeyer

LondonAshley Riches, Sholto Kynoch

Dvořák, Poulenc, Ravel, Ives
Ashley Riches; Sholto Kynoch
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Dudamel returns to Los Angeles to start off the Phil’s Ives cycle

Gustavo Dudamel © Vern Evans
Dudamel starts off the inaugural concert in the LA Phil’s Ives symphony cycle. 
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Dudamel leads New York Philharmonic in spectacular new piano concerto

Gustavo Dudamel conducts the New York Philharmonic © Steven Pisano for Bachtrack

Gustavo Dudamel led the New York Philharmonic in a program that featured a mildly disappointing Ives, a spectacularly successful new concerto, and an idiosyncratic take on Dvořák’s New World Symphony.

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Beethoven and Ives at Tanglewood: A lovely summer Sunday

Thomas Adès and the BSO at Tanglewood © Hilary Scott
The Boston Symphony Orchestra offered a reading of Beethoven's “Pastoral” Symphony that ideally suited the bucolic surroundings.
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Mark Morris' pedestrian world premiere opens Mostly Mozart Festival

Empire Garden © Gene Schiavone
It's possible to have nothing but admiration for Mark Morris as a choreographer, yet his actual dances I often find pedestrian with a limited vocabulary. The works are interesting to see once, to see what he can do with classical music that has no obvious dance rhythms, but I rarely want to see them again.
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Smouldering Beethoven and barnstorming Ives from Elder and the LSO

Kirill Gerstein © Marco Borggreve
Plenty of mustard with Ives' beguiling Americana and intelligent Beethoven from Kirill Gerstein.
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