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Composer: Weinberg, Mieczysław (1919-1996)

June 2018
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BerlinSymphony concert 7: Daniel Hope & Sebastian Knauer

© Thomas Entzeroth
Mozart, Schulhoff, Weinberg
Orchester der Komischen Oper Berlin; Daniel Hope; Sebastian Knauer

BantryCrespo Series

Weinberg, Cannon, Mendelssohn
Dudok Quartet; Mate Bekavac

BantryMain Evening Concert

Shostakovich, Weinberg, Dove
Yuriy Serov; Lyudmila Shkirtil; Festival Strings; Mate Bekavac

BantryMain Evening Concert

Mozart, Weinberg, Dvořák
Yuriy Serov; Annelien Van Wauwe; Nils Mönkemeyer; Barry Douglas; Elina Vähälä

LenoxBoston Symphony Chamber Players

Mozart, Weinberg, Bernstein, Schumann
Boston Symphony Chamber Players
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An evening of Mendelssohn and Schumann with the Seattle Symphony and Gidon Kremer

Gidon Kremer © Paolo Pellegrin
Music by Mendelssohn framed Schumann’s misunderstood Violin Concerto in this sensitive concert led by Ludovic Morlot and featuring guest violinist Gidon Kremer.
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Mieczysław Weinberg's The Idiot at the Bolshoi Theatre

Bogdan Volkov (Prince Myshkin), Pyotr Migunov (Rogozhin) © Damir Yusupov
Completed in 1985 and premièred in Mannheim in 2013, Mieczysław Weinberg's The Idiot is a true rarity. Seeing it revived for the first time, it's thrilling to see the opera given the vocal and musical treatment it desrves, lending a helping hand to its return from oblivion.
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Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla at Komische Oper

Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla © Frans Jansen
Artistry and politics intertwine in a remarkable concert at the Komische Oper Berlin.
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The National Symphony discovers Weinberg

Christoph Eschenbach © Luca Piva
A first performance of Weinberg for the NSO and a thoroughly fearsome Shostakovich Eighth.
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Mieczysław Weinberg's music in Boston

Gidon Kremer, Juanjo Mena and the Boston Symphony © Winslow Townson
Balance and transparency may have been in short supply elsewhere Friday afternoon, but not in Symphony Hall where Juanjo Mena led the Boston Symphony in a bracing program of works by Prokofiev, Weinberg and Tchaikovsky. The 26 year-old Prokofiev wrote the Symphony no.
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