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Composer: Rautavaara, Einojuhani (1928-2016)

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Year of birth1928
Year of death2016
Period20th century
April 2019
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ChicagoHahn plays Sibelius Violin Concerto

Rautavaara, Sibelius, Rachmaninov
Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Mikko Franck; Hilary Hahn

WürzburgOstrobothnian Chamber Orchestra | Radovan Vlatković | Sakari Oramo

© Branko Hrkac
Grieg, Mozart, Rautavaara, Tchaikovsky
Ostrobothnian Chamber Orchestra; Sakari Oramo; Radovan Vlatković

TewkesburyClassical Mixtape

© Still Moving Media, Cheltenham Music Festival
Rautavaara, Jolas, Handel, Chopin, Bach, Mozart

LondonProm 49: The Lost Words

Rautavaara, Vaughan Williams
Southbank Sinfonia; Jessica Cottis; Stephanie Childress; Jason Singh; Angie Newman; The Lost Words – Spell Song

StockholmZilliacusPerssonRaitinen Trio

Mulsant, Brahms, Schumann, Rautavaara, Clarke, Bridge
Cecilia Zilliacus; Johan Ullén; Kati Raitinen; Lise Berthaud
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Japan Philharmonic Orchestra makes a rare visit to London

Pietari Inkinen © Nguyen Phuong
Disciplined playing from the Japan Philharmonic brought mixed rewards in a programme that inspired only fitfully.
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SCO explore music drawn from nature

Olari Elts © Marco Borggreve
Vasks’ Viola Concerto receives its Scottish première with Maxim Rysanov and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra as they explore music and nature in the Baltic, Rome and America.
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Turku's new harp debuts in Rautavaara and Mozart

Päivi Severeide © Turku Philharmonic
New harp of the Turku Concert Hall had its first outing in a concert with a diverse program featuring a duet with flute and harp and Schoenberg’s sinister Verklärte Nacht.  
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Sweetness and light in Sydney's Rautavaara tribute

© Prudence Upton
A tribute concert to the passing of the grand old man of Finnish music, Einojuhani Rautavaara, offers a programme that focusses on sonic beauty at the expense of a more rounded appreciation of the composer's output.
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Rautavaara's The Mine in Budapest

The Mine © Péter Rákossy
Opening the weekend that marked the 60th anniversary of the Hungarian revolution, The Mine (Bánya), the first of Rautavaara's nine operas, dramatizes events from those turbulent times. 
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