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Composer: Larcher, Thomas (b. 1963)

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Year of birth1963
NationalityAustria
Period20th century
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AmsterdamGewandhausorchester Leipzig and Andris Nelsons

© Marco Borggreve
Larcher, Mozart, Tchaikovsky
Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra; Andris Nelsons

MadridMozart y Tchaikovsky con la Gewandhaus y Nelsons en Madrid

Mozart y Tchaikovsky con la Gewandhaus y Nelsons en Madrid
Larcher, Mozart, Tchaikovsky
Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra; Andris Nelsons

BrusselsLarcher, Mozart, Tchaikovsky

Larcher, Mozart, Tchaikovsky
Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra; Andris Nelsons

Baden BadenLarcher, Mozart, Tchaikovsky

Larcher, Mozart, Tchaikovsky
Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra; Andris Nelsons

CologneLarcher, Mozart, Tchaikovsky

Larcher, Mozart, Tchaikovsky
Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra; Andris Nelsons
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Prom 40: Neatly dovetailed programme from the SCO

Robin Ticciati © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
A refreshing Austro-German programme of works that neatly dovetailed into each other, presented with energy by the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and Robin Ticciati.
****1
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Prom 57: Moving mountains

Semyon Bychkov © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
An ambitious new Austrian symphony is dwarfed by the proven might of Wagner and Strauss in the BBC Symphony Orchestra's latest Prom.
****1
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Spanning the centuries with the LPO

Patricia Kopatchinskaja © Marco Borggreve
Three substantial works from 1800, 1913 and 2008 in an enterprising and unusual combination, performed by the London Phlharmonic Orchestra conducted by Markus Stenz, and with the Moldovan violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja as soloist.
***11
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Thomas Larcher première crowns BBCSO programme

Mark Padmore © Marco Borggreve
Thank goodness for the BBCSO! The London concert season would be far less colourful without it...
***11
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Lars Vogt plays Haydn, Chopin, Thomas Larcher and Brahms at the Vienna Konzerthaus

Lars Vogt  ©  Felix Broede
Lars Vogt’s unorthodox pianism knocks at Glenn Gould’s door without ever daring to fully enter his outlandish realm, and since there can only be one Glenn Gould that is perhaps just as well. In addition to the counterintuitive articulation and other Gouldian stylings his performances offer masterful soft playing and, when convincingly maintained, a taut sense of drama.
***11
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