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Composer: Revueltas, Silvestre (1899-1940)

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Year of birth1899
Year of death1940
NationalityUnknown
Period20th century
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ParisRolando Villazón, Carrie-Ann Matheson : Al Amor

Falla, Mompou, Obradors, Guastavino, Revueltas
Rolando Villazón; Carrie-Ann Matheson
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Women in the driving seat at the Elbphilharmonie

Alondra de la Parra © Erika Mayer
Alondra de la Parra and Camille Thomas, together with the Hamburg Philharmonic, refute suggestions that there could be a gender gap in the world of music-making.
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Dudamel and Paredes lead Colburn Orchestra in music by Revueltas, Copland, Tchaikovsky

Among the most memorable and exciting evenings of my concert-going experience have been some excellent performances by student orchestras. You would think there is a trade-off for this sort of experience and that often is the case: in exchange for that last degree of technical polish you’re recompensed with performances often more thrilling than those by their professional peers.
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Five majestic apocalypses in the Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ

Many a dark tone roamed inside the Muziekgebouw as lovers of daring, opinionated orchestral music gathered there one day after the Mayan calendar ended. Diverse interpretations of apocalyptic fantasies and prophecies unfolded during this night. Apocalyptic, in its literal Greek meaning: revealing, disclosing.
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Gustavo Dudamel and Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra rock the Bay Area

Maestro Gustavo Dudamel and the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela completed a four-day residency at Cal Performances with two concerts that rocked, rolled, and astounded audiences in Berkeley’s Zellerbach Hall.
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Emotionally charged exhilaration with the Hong Kong Philharmonic

It is bold for an Asian orchestra to tackle a programme of works with a strong and vibrant ethnic character. We got far more than we bargained for in the concert titled “Bravo! Piazzolla” by the Hong Kong Philharmonic on Friday, not only in terms of the generous encores but more so of the quality of performance.
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