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Composer: Panufnik, Andrzej (1914-1991)

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Year of birth1914
Year of death1991
Period20th century
June 2018
Evening performance
Matinee performance
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BantryMain Evening Concert

Mozart, Panufnik, Beethoven
Dudok Quartet; Apollon Musagète Quartet; Quatuor Danel

BantryMain Evening Concert

Bloch, Panufnik, Franck
Nurit Stark; Cédric Pescia; Apollon Musagète Quartet; Quatuor Danel

BantryLate Great Show

Panufnik, Schoenberg
Alina Ibragimova; Elina Vähälä; Nils Mönkemeyer; Dana Zemtsov

WarsawChamber concert

Chopin, Panufnik
Dóra Ombódi; Kevin Kenner; Sławomir Rozlach; Apollon Musagète Quartet
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Heroic performances from the LPO and Łukasz Borowicz

Anne-Sophie Mutter © Bastian Achard
The stellar performance of the evening was Anne-Sophie Mutter performing Penderecki's Violin Concerto no. 2 “Metamorphosen”.
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Panufnik and Shostakovich superbly delivered

Sergej Krylov © Mary Slepkova
Sergej Krylov makes a superb case for Andzej Panufnik's Violin Concerto; Søndergard and the LPO disappoint in Sibelius but thrill with Shostakovich's Symphony no. 5.
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Panufnik and Strauss celebrated by Pappano and the LSO

Piotr Anderszewski © MG de Saint Venant | Virgin Classics
This was a clever and enjoyable concert built around anniversaries – Panufnik at 100 and Richard Strauss at the grand old age of 150. Despite the two composers being miles apart in approach and style the structures of their two pieces, a single movement building to central climax, were revealed as being similar.
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Joyful Company of Singers at Presteigne Festival

Joyful Company of Singers © Ben Ealovega
Peter Broadbent and the Joyful Company of Singers return to the Presteigne festival for an enterprising programme of unfamiliar 20th-century choral repertoire.
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Edinburgh International Festival: Shostakovich's Leningrad Symphony

Kirill Karabits © Sussie Ahlburg
The I, Culture Orchestra animate an Edinburgh Festival audience with elegy, irony and defiance.
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