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Composer: Satie, Erik (1866-1925)

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Year of birth1866
Year of death1925
Period20th century
July 2020
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StockholmFather and Son: Leif and Mats Lidström

Stockholms Konserthusstiftelse
Milhaud, Dahl, Chopin, Lidström, Ravel, Porter, Honegger, Atterberg, Tailleferre, Satie
Mats Lidström; Leif Kaner-Lidström

New York CityIván Fischer conducts: Mozart, Satie, Milhaud and Ravel

New York Philharmonic
Mozart, Satie, Milhaud, Ravel
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Iván Fischer

KawasakiEnjoy Two Pianos with Hiroko & Noriko

Mozart, Satie, Gershwin
Noriko Ogawa; Hiroko Kokubu

LondonDavid Greilsammer: The Labyrinth

Janáček, Lully, Beethoven, Crumb, Satie, Bach C.P.E., Granados, Ligeti, Bach, Pelz, Scriabin, Rebel
David Greilsammer, Piano

ParisGautier Capuçon & Orchestre de chambre de Paris

Brahms, Fauré, Tchaikovsky, Popper, Debussy, Prokofiev, Elgar, Albinoni, Ducros, Pärt, Monti, Satie, Bartók, Chen, Piazzolla, Paganini
Orchestre de chambre de Paris; Gautier Capuçon; Jérôme Ducros
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In Prague, the future is now: AI composes for the PKF

Petr Nekoranec and Emmanuel Villaume with the PKF © Václav Hodina
Artificial intelligence shows it can write music, but human composers need not worry – not yet, anyway.
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The Royal Ballet keeps the Cunningham flame aglow

Francesca Hayward, Matthew Ball and Mayara Magri in Cross Currents © ROH | Bill Cooper
A brief but innovative tribute to the lasting influence of Merce Cunningham in the Linbury Theatre
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Mark Morris' pedestrian world premiere opens Mostly Mozart Festival

Empire Garden © Gene Schiavone
It's possible to have nothing but admiration for Mark Morris as a choreographer, yet his actual dances I often find pedestrian with a limited vocabulary. The works are interesting to see once, to see what he can do with classical music that has no obvious dance rhythms, but I rarely want to see them again.
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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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