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Composer: Janáček, Leoš (1854-1928)

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SalzburgLondon Symphony Orchestra 1Guest Orchestras

Bernstein, Dvořák, Janáček
London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Simon Rattle; Krystian Zimerman

SalzburgChamber Concert Hagen QuartetChamber Concerts

Lutosławski, Janáček, Schubert
Hagen Quartet

LucerneLondon Symphony Orchestra

Bernstein, Dvořák, Janáček
London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Simon Rattle; Krystian Zimerman

MálagaOrquesta Filarmónica de Málaga

Orquesta Filarmónica de Málaga
Prokofiev, Janáček
Orquesta Filarmónica de Málaga; Manuel Hernández Silva; Vadym Kholodenko

AmsterdamRachmaninov's Piano Concerto no. 2

© Lin Gothoni
Janáček, Rachmaninov, Stravinsky
Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra; Marc Albrecht; Dejan Lazić
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Rattle and the LSO make their Edinburgh Festival debut together

Sir Simon Rattle rehearsing with the LSO © Ryan Buchanan
Rattle excels in Dvořák and Janáček, but his rehabilitation of Bernstein stalls.
****1
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Eric Owens’ Forester the highlight of Glimmerglass' Vixen

Emma Novak (Frog) and Eric Owens (Forester) © Karli Cadel
A production that veers close to the Disneyesque but still provides plenty to enjoy. 
***11
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A proud, cataclysmic conclusion at Prague Spring

James Judd © Prague Spring | Petra Hajská
The venerable festival recaps and renews 100 years of Czechoslovak music with an outsized flourish from Slovak Philharmonic.
****1
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House arrested: Janáček's last opera in Munich

Bo Skovhus (Šiškov) and Chorus © Wilfried Hösl
The profusion of images and ideas in Frank Castorf's Bavarian Staatsoper production of From the House of the Dead threatens to rob Janáček's opera of its humanity.
***11
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Personal becomes political at MaerzMusik Berlin

Ensemble Resonanz © Tobias Schult
Aperghis’ migrants and a new arrangement of Janáček’s The Diary of One who Disappeared by Schöllhorn were well-handled treatments of their subject matter, yet burdened by an overwrought conceptual framework.
***11
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