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Composer: Anderson, Julian (b. 1967)

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Year of birth1967
NationalityUnited Kingdom
February 2018
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Manchester#Renaissance: Majesty

Allegri, Bednall, Tarney, Victoria, Simpson, Anderson, Byrd, Wachner, Guerrero, MacMillan
Suzi Digby; ORA Singers

London#Renaissance: Maria

Bednall, Victoria, Simpson, Coll, Tarney, Joubert, Campkin, Anderson, Palestrina, MacMillan, Swayne, McDowall, Sandström, Guerrero, Martin, Wachner
Suzi Digby; ORA Singers

LondonClare Hammond

Haydn, Chin, Anderson, Beethoven, Scriabin, Finnis, Stravinsky
Clare Hammond, Piano

LondonImogen Cooper

Beethoven, Haydn, Anderson, Liszt
Imogen Cooper, Piano

BirminghamTombeau de Debussy

Park, Dukas, Bartók, Satie, Wullur, Ravel, Pattar, Goossens, Anderson
Birmingham Contemporary Music Group; Richard Uttley; Alexandra Wood; Ulrich Heinen
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Mikko Franck scores a successful Cleveland debut

Mikko Franck © Abramowitz | Radio France
Mikko Franck’s Cleveland debut showed the conductor in fine form with a recent work of Julian Anderson, a Brahms symphony, and a Mozart piano concerto with Richard Goode.
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Drama, modernism, philosophy and grandeur

Ilan Volkov and the BBC Scottish SO © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Ilan Volkov and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra deliver a flawless execution on a night of premières at the Royal Albert Hall.
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Revelatory and exhilarating Brahms and Dvořák

Sir Simon Rattle and the Berliner Philharmoniker © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Sir Simon Rattle and the Berliner Philharmoniker play Dvořák, Brahms and a UK première.
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Extravagant impressions: homage to Dutilleux

Pascal Rophé © Kajimoto Music
Pascal Rophé, Elizabeth Atherton and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales celebrate Dutilleux’s centenary year with five contemporary works associated with the composer
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Nash Ensemble round off anniversary celebrations in style

Claire Booth © Sven Arnstein
Forward-looking programme celebrates contemporary repertoire, with two world premières in a concert of works written within the last 35 years.
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