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Composer: Janáček, Leoš (1854-1928)

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SeattleShostakovich, Janáček, and Schumann

© Tom Marks Photography
Shostakovich, Janáček, Schumann
Nicholas Kendall; Tessa Lark; Anton Nel; Ehnes Quartet

LondonSchumann, Janáček, Debussy, Boulanger

Schumann, Janáček, Debussy, Boulanger
Guðný Jónasdóttir; Elisabeth Streichert

LeedsKáťa Kabanová

Káťa Kabanová
Janáček: Káťa Kabanová
Sian Edwards; Tim Albery; Opera North; Hildegard Bechtler; Stephanie Corley; Heather Shipp

AmsterdamSignum Quartet plays Schubert's Rosamunde

© Irene Zandel
Schubert, Janáček
Signum Quartet

CambridgeBritten Sinfonia: At Lunch Two (Cambridge)

Bach, Janáček, Messiaen, Finnis, Martinů
Britten Sinfonia; Emer McDonough; Thomas Gould; Caroline Dearnley; Huw Watkins
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Jakub Hrůša emphasizes color at the New York Philharmonic

Jakub Hrůša © Andreas Herzau
Jakub Hrůša and Simon Trpčeski with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra impress at Lincoln Center with a programme of works from Central and Eastern Europe. 
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Kàt’a Kabanova takes flight in Naples

Káťa Kabanová © Luciano Romano
A terrific staging of Janáček's opera is successfully revived at the Teatro di San Carlo.
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Compelling Smetana and Janáček from the Pavel Haas Quartet

Pavel Haas Quartet © Marco Borggreve
The Pavel Haas musicians teased out the fast-shifting colours with aching beauty.
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Four composers speak to war and mortality

Vladimir Jurowski © Simon Jay Price
On the 100th eve of the Armistice, Vladimir Jurowsky led the LPO in four radically different meditations on death and eternal life.
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A celebration of Czech musical defiance from the LPO

Borodin Quartet © Simon Van Boxtel
In a typically ambitious programme, Vladimir Jurowski and the London Philharmonic Orchestra explored how four Czech composers responded to imprisonment, exile and renewal.
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