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Composer: Ravel, Maurice (1875-1937)

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Year of birth1875
Year of death1937
Period20th century
February 2019
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LondonArtist Portrait: Daniil Trifonov

Rameau, Ravel, Jolas, Poulenc
London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Simon Rattle; Daniil Trifonov

LondonMinerva Piano Trio

Minerva Piano Trio
Schumann C., Ravel, Schubert
Minerva Piano Trio

Fort Worth2019 Cliburn Festival: Iconic Paris, Icons

Ravel, Chopin, Franck
Rolston String Quartet; Dasol Kim; Louis Schwizgebel; Joyce Yang

Nishinomiya112nd Subscription Concert

112nd Subscription Concert
Rautavaara, Ravel, Rimsky-Korsakov
Hyogo Performing Arts Centre Orchestra; Chikara Iwamura; Anne Akiko Meyers

ViennaLondon Symphony Orchestra

Rameau, Ravel, Debussy
London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Simon Rattle; Daniil Trifonov
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An Afternoon with Nijinsky

Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo in Verbruggen's Faun © Alice Blangero
As well as keeping the musical, choreographic and theatrical treasures of the Ballets Russes alive, En compagnie de Nijinsky reignites the company’s avant garde-ist vision.
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LA Phil celebrates Chinese Year of the Pig

Ray Chen © John Mac
Elim Chan lead the Los Angeles Philharmonic through a high-powered program of Chinese and French music that began and ended with virtuoso showpieces written less than 30 years apart.
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Surface clatter and turbulent storms in Nobuyuki Tsujii’s QEH recital

Nobuyuki Tsujii © Giorgia Bertazzi
Nobuyuki Tsujii's debut in the Southbank's International Piano Series proves a mixed success. 
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Elegance and finesse: Marianne Crebassa in recital at La Scala

Marianne Crebassa © Simon Fowler | Warner Classics
The performance of the young French mezzo-soprano was admired more for its correctness than for its seductiveness.
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France 2 – 0 Finland: Rouvali and the Philharmonia

Santtu-Matias Rouvali © Kaapo Kamu
Maurice Ravel met Jean Sibelius at the Royal Festival Hall for a programme to which each composer contributed a waltz, but the musical terrain was anything but a level playing field. 
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