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Composer: Reger, Max (1873-1916)

May 2019
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BambergOrgelkonzert „Junge Elite"

Steigleder, Schumann, Reger, Bach, Litaize
Christian Bischof; Daniel Beckmann

StockholmSeason's final concert with students of the RSPO Orchestra Academy, free

Season's final concert with students of the RSPO Orchestra Academy, free
Nielsen, Reger, Bach J. C., Mozart, Poulenc, Prokofiev
Members of the RSPO Orchestra Academy; Tove Edqvist; Hanna Edqvist; Carl Ahlgren; Johan Segerman


© David Pinzer
Mahler, Brahms, Reger, Martin
Hans-Christoph Rademann; Dresdner Kammerchor

BernSchuberts Grosse Symphonie | 14. Symphoniekonzert

Reger, Brahms, Schubert
Bern Symphony Orchestra; Mario Venzago; Claudia Mahnke; Chor Konzert Theater Bern

JūrmalaSinger Benjamin Appl’s solo concert

Singer Benjamin Appl’s solo concert
Schubert, Reger, Brahms, Schreker, Strauss R., Strauss, Poulenc, Britten, Vaughan Williams, Bishop, Warlock, Ireland, Grieg
Benjamin Appl, Baritone
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Keeping heritage alive: Znaider's top-drawer Beethoven

Christian Thielemann and Nikolaj Znaider with the Staatskapelle Dresden © BBC | Oliver Killig
A polished and deeply moving Beethoven Violin Concerto from Nikolaj Znaider was complemented by exquisite and vibrant performances of Max Reger and Richard Strauss from the Staatskapelle Dresden.
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Family tradition: Peter Serkin's Reger in Dresden

Peter Serkin © Kathy Chapman
For the centennial celebration of Max Reger’s death, American pianist Peter Serkin and Herbert Blomstedt travelled to Saxony, the composer’s birthplace, touring orchestras with his Piano Concerto in F minor.
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Dudamel and the VPO promenade through the gallery

Gustavo Dudamel © Nohely Oliveros
In a romantic, colourful jaunt which led from The Isle of the Dead to The Great Gate of Kiev, Gustavo Dudamel and the Vienna Philharmonic presented an easy to love programme focussed on late-romantic masters who found musical inspiration in artistic masterpieces.
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Back to 1915: Kraggerud, Isserlis and more at the Cheltenham Music Festival

The concert opened with BBC newsreader Julia Somerville, summarising news from the year 1915 at an old-fashioned broadcasting desk complete with microphone. It was informative, and set the scene for this recital, one in a series of ‘time capsule’ concerts, solely featuring music composed in 1915 – including two of Debussy’s last chamber pieces.
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Chamber Music Takes Flight: Di Wu and Nadine Asin at the Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth

For the second concert of its 2011-12 series, the Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth featured pianist Di Wu and flutist Nadine Asin in works by J.S. Bach, Max Reger, Haydn and Shostakovich. Although one work didn’t include piano (Reger) and the piano part to another was of secondary importance (Bach), Ms. Wu was billed as the primary guest artist.
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