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Composer: Mazzoli, Missy

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Period20th century
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LondonRoyal College of Music

© Chris Christodoulou
Haydn, Mazzoli, Farrenc, Barber
Musicians from the Royal College of Music

LondonAurora Orchestra with Yeol Eum Son – Dark with Excessive Bright

© Marco Borggreve
Mozart, Mazzoli, Beethoven
Aurora Orchestra; Nicholas Collon; Yeol Eum Son; Benjamin Griffiths

PrincetonPrinceton Symphony Orchestra: Dvořák / Liebermann / Mazzoli

Mazzoli, Liebermann, Dvořák
Princeton Symphony Orchestra; Rossen Milanov; Chelsea Knox

LondonDark with Excessive Bright

Mozart, Mazzoli, Beethoven
Aurora Orchestra; Nicholas Collon; Yeol Eum Son; Benjamin Griffiths
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Sweet string sounds from the ACO

Richard Tognetti © Paul Henderson
In their Sydney season-opener, the ACO with guest players from ANAM deliver a thoroughly satisfying account of two 19th-century standards and introduce two new works to Australian audiences.
****1
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American talent on display with the BBCSO

Karina Canellakis conducts the BBCSO © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Prom 70, the last concert for the BBC Symphony Orchestra prior to the Last Night festivities, featured three talented Americans: composer Missy Mazzoli, pianist Jeremy Denk and conductor Karina Canellakis.
****1
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Missy Mazzoli's Breaking the Waves opens in Philadelphia

Kiera Duffy (Bess) © Dominic M Mercier for Opera Philadelphia
The world première of Breaking the Waves was a qualified success, with a powerful drama performed with commitment by strong cast and musicians.
****1
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JACK Quartet’s inimitable programming

JACK Quartet © Henrik Olund
A concert of five composers, and three of them women – bravo to the JACK Quartet not just for inimitable execution, but for programming as well.
****1
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NY Philharmonic CONTACT! showcase

Neo-Romanticism, Modernism, and Post-Modernism run delightfully amok in the second night of the New York Philharmonic's Barbican residency.
****1
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