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Composer: Schnittke, Alfred (1934-1998)

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Year of birth1934
Year of death1998
Period20th century
August 2018
Evening performance
Matinee performance
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La Chaise-DieuVêpres de Rachmaninov

Rachmaninov, Schnittke, Pärt
Daniel Reuss; Ensemble Vocal de Lausanne


Schnittke, Shostakovich
Didy Veldman; Leipziger Ballet; Miriam Buether


Mann, Ginastera, Schnittke
North West German Philharmonic; Florian Ludwig; Soo-Young Lee; Hanna Rabe; Leka Hindenburg

StockholmZilliacusPerssonRaitinen trio with Priya Mitchell

ZilliacusPerssonRaitinen trio with Priya Mitchell
Schnittke, Auerbach, Pärt, Piazzolla, Shostakovich
Dirk Mommertz; Priya Mitchell; ZilliacusPerssonRaitinen

BraunschweigAcademy of St Martin in the Fields - Doppelt gut

© Felix Broede
Rubtsov, Bach, Dvořák, Schnittke
Academy of St Martin in the Fields; Julia Fischer; Augustin Hadelich
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Keeping modern music alive at Prague Spring

Dennis Russell Davies © Prague Spring | Petra Hajská
With expert assistance from Dennis Russell Davies, the overlooked Brno Philharmonic makes the most of a contemporary cantata.
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Kozhukhin delivers masterful Rachmaninov

Denis Kozhukhin © Felix Broede
Russian pianist Kozhukhin's performance of Rachmininov's Fourth Piano Concerto is the highlight of the evening but Flor and NSO deliver satisfying Dvořák and Boydell. 
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The RSO and Fedeyosev blaze through Schnittke and Shostakovich

Vladimir Fedoseyev © Anja Köhler
This was a rapturous celebration of creative instrumentation, virtuosity and brilliance that completely engaged and energized.
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Hahn sparkles in a varied programme at Wigmore Hall

Hilary Hahn © Michael Patrick O'Leary
With a programme spanning from Bach through Schumann, Cage, all the way to Lera Auerbach and David Lang, Hilary Hahn shows she is on top form alongside pianist Cory Smythe.
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Gould and Sidorova's Late Night Classical Café delights

Ksenija Sidorova and Thomas Gould © Ksenija Sidorova
The youthful duo, British Violinist Thomas Gould and Latvian accordionist Ksenija Sidorova took to the stage at the intimate St George’s Concert Hall for a more relaxed ‘Late Night Classical Café’.
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