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Composer: Khachaturian, Aram Ilyich (1903-1978)

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Year of birth1903
Year of death1978
Period20th century
April 2019
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LondonEaster Concert

Easter Concert
Handel, Tchaikovsky, Khachaturian, Mussorgsky, Rimsky-Korsakov
London Gala Orchestra; Stephen Dominic Ellery

New York CityLev Sivkov, winner of 2015 Naumburg Cello Competition

Lev Sivkov, winner of 2015 Naumburg Cello Competition
Schubert, Mndoyants, Khachaturian, Chang, Britten
Lev Sivkov, Cello

BuffaloKhachaturian Piano Concerto

Dvořák, Khachaturian, Smetana
Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra; Charles Olivieri-Munroe; Tanya Gabrielian


Khachaturian: Spartacus
Yuri Grigorovich; Bavarian State Ballet; Karen Durgaryan; Simon Virsaladze

GlasgowChamber Series: Contrasts

Bartók, Milhaud, Khachaturian
Chamber Ensemble from the RSNO
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A blaze of brassy glory in Vasily Petrenko's Walton 1

George Li © Simon Fowler
Walton’s First Symphony from 1935 rounded off the evening in a blaze of brassy glory. Petrenko approached the work in a full-blooded fashion, which didn’t always hit the mark, but was ultimately thrilling.
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Radulović brings silky sensitivity to Khachaturian

Nemanja Radulović © Charlotte Abramow | DG
A trio of Soviet composers provided thrills and spills in Liverpool, under popular Chief Conductor Vasily Petrenko.
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TAB’s Spartacus' All is fair in love, and gladiator gore

Kevin Jackson and Jake Mangakahia in TAB's Spartacus © Jeff Busby
The Australian Ballet’s adaptation of the historic Ancient Roman story fuses violence, seduction, and the anguish of separation. It delivers a mesmerising display of masculinity, through widly explosive battle scenes.
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Tales of wonderment and vivid imagery

Yi-Jia Susanne Hou © Wright Music Management
Alexander Shelley curated a hot-blooded programme of adventure and imagery with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, with Susanne Hou showing extraordinary technique and class in Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto.
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Tatarnikov's all-Russian programme wows at the Lighthouse

Mikhail Tatarnikov © Askonas Holt
In a programme guaranteed to draw the crowds the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra were on sparkling form with dynamic playing too from pianist Boris Giltburg.
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