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Composer: Janáček, Leoš (1854-1928)

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BernKáťa Kabanová

Janáček: Káťa Kabanová
Kevin John Edusei; Florentine Klepper; Stadttheater Bern; Martina Segna; Adriane Westerbarkey; Johanni van Oostrum; Alessandro Liberatore

CheltenhamBBC Young Musician Rush Hour 2

© Chris Gloag
Beethoven, Janáček, Chopin
Laura van der Heijden; Jâms Coleman

CheltenhamBBC Radio 3 New Generation Artists I

BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artists I
Antheil, Bertelsmeier, Charlier, Haydn, Janáček, Saint-Saëns
Calidoré Quartet; Simon Höfele; Frank Dupree; Daniel Storer

LondonLunchtime Recital - Lucy Humphris (trumpet) and Harry Rylance (piano)

Lunchtime Recital - Lucy Humphris (trumpet) and Harry Rylance  (piano)
Purcell, Takemitsu, Rachmaninov, Janáček, Piazzolla, James
Lucy Humphris; Unknown

GlasgowNYOS Junior Orchestra Summer Concert
The Power of Nature

NYOS Junior Orchestra Summer Concert <br>The Power of Nature
Grieg, Ritchie, Janáček, Stuart Coolidge, MacCunn
NYOS Junior Orchestra; Holly Mathieson; Ben Burnley
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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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An oppressive, living hell at Covent Garden

Johan Reuter (Šiškov) © ROH | Clive Barda
Johan Reuter is gripping in Krzysztof Warlikowski's powerful vision of the universal, timeless horrors of prison, but visual clutter distracts from Janáček’s music.
***11
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Hrůša on the verge of greatness?

Jakub Hrůša © V Krsul
How do you prepare a new production at a major opera house, then stroll across the Thames to lead a fine and distinctive Mahler Five? 
****1
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