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Composer: Schumann, Clara (1819-1896)

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June 2020
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SheffieldIsata Kanneh-Mason

Beethoven, Field, Schumann C., Barber, Poulenc, Gershwin
Academy of St Martin in the Fields; Isata Kanneh-Mason

KuhmoMirror mirror

Schumann C., Kurtág, Schumann
Kuhmo Chamber Soloists

LondonBBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert: Brahms and Beyond

© Shervin Lainez
Brahms, Schumann C., Mazzoli, Dean
Jeremy Denk, Piano

LondonBrahms and the Schumanns

© Robin Clewley
Schumann, Schumann C., Brahms
Philharmonia Orchestra; James Gaffigan; Isata Kanneh-Mason

LondonIsata Kanneh-Mason in recital

Beethoven, Field, Schumann C., Chopin, Barber, Poulenc, Gershwin
Isata Kanneh-Mason, Piano
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Dangerous Liaisons and Magic Horns close Oxford Lieder

Sholto Kynoch, Louise Alder and Nikolay Borchev © Mark Pullinger
The final day of Oxford Lieder's 80-event festival was framed by two recitals taking us from the world of German folklore andDes Knaben Wunderhorn, to the pain and drama of romantic entanglements. 
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A Brooklyn salon for Clara Schumann's 200th birthday

Simone Dinnerstein and Lara Downes at National Sawdust © Christine DiPasquale

Downes' playing is soulful, perhaps rather American, which gave Schumann a late-night jazziness. That tendency fit better with selections by Nina Simone and Harlem Renaissance composers Margaret Bonds and Florence Price.

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The Amatis Piano Trio celebrate Clara Schumann

Amatis Piano Trio © Allard Photo
The Amatis Trio deliver insightful performances of Clara Schumann's Piano Trio and Three Romances, alongside Robert Schumann's Adagio and Allegro, in their lunchtime Prom at Cadogan Hall.
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A Lisbon line-up of Romantics

Jack Liebeck and Katya Apekisheva © Rita Carmo
Katya Apekisheva and friends made a persuasive case for Hummel's Piano Quintet to be heard as a transitional grand romantic concerto deserving of belonging in such august company.
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Passion and playfulness in an engaging programme from Joshua Bell

Joshua Bell © Richard Ashcroft

Beethoven with spark and simplicity, Prokofiev full of bite and passionate Grieg from Joshua Bell and Sam Haywood.

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