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Composer: Poulenc, Francis (1899-1963)

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TewkesburySounds Of The Solstice

© Sim Canetty-Clarke
Bennett, Chilcott, Marsh, Davies, Poulenc, Ešenvalds, Holst, Willan, MacMillan, Rutter
Nigel Short; Tenebrae; Richard Allen

KuhmoSleeping beauty

Kuhmo Chamber Music Festival
Schubert, Widmann, Golijov, Poulenc, Kurtág
Kuhmo Chamber Soloists

LondonECHO Rising Stars: Jess Gillam

Iturralde, Poulenc, Fitkin, Marcello, Harle
Jess Gillam, Saxophone

AmsterdamSabine Devieilhe and Alexandre Tharaud

© Fabien Monthubert
Debussy, Poulenc, Fauré, Ravel
Sabine Devieilhe; Alexandre Tharaud

AmsterdamRising Stars: saxophonist Jess Gillam plays Dowland and Piazzolla

© Robin Clewley
Iturralde, Poulenc, Dowland, Finnissy, Marcello, Harle, Weill, Fitkin, Piazzolla, Wiedoeft
Jess Gillam; Zeynep Özsuca
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A lunchtime feast from Michael Collins and Michael McHale

Michael McHale and Michael Collins © Wigmore Hall
Two Michaels – Collins and McHale – provided the musical nourishment in today’s lunchtime recital from Wigmore Hall, a feast of classic clarinet sonatas.
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Painting with words: Anna Caterina Antonacci at Wigmore Hall

Anna Caterina Antonacci © Jason Daniel Shaw

Antonacci brings a vibrant splash of colour to a rainy day in London in works by Respighi, Boulanger, Britten, and Poulenc

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A French Connection: Poulenc and Fauré from the LPO

Bertrand de Billy © Marco Borggreve
Bertrand de Billy made his debut with the LPO in an all-French programme headlined by Fauré's Requiem and preceded by a rewarding pairing of Poulenc's Organ Concerto and Sept Repons des Tenebres
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A trip down memory lane for Martin Fröst at Wigmore Hall

Martin Fröst © Mats Bäcker
An evening of “French Beauties and Swedish Beasts” from the Swedish clarinettist, demonstrating phenomenal tone and dare-devil risk-taking. 
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Lorenzo Viotti makes a strong impression in Cleveland Orchestra debut

Yuja Wang © Julia Wesely
Piano icon Yuja Wang was an often self-effacing yet effective soloist in Rachmaninov’s neglected Piano Concerto no. 4. Poulenc’s 1948 Sinfonietta received its first Cleveland Orchestra performance since its 1949 US premiere here.
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