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Composer: Schumann, Clara (1819-1896)

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Year of birth1819
Year of death1896
March 2017
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Matinee performance
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StockholmFarewell and nostalgia

Beethoven, von Koch, Mahler, Schumann C.
Ann Hallenberg; Magnus Svensson

Newton AbbotLondon Bridge Trio (violin, cello, piano)

Schumann, Schumann C., Mendelssohn
Tamsin Waley-Cohen; Kate Gould; Daniel Tong

New York CityJupiter Symphony Chamber Players : Ties to Brahms

Grädener, Schumann C., Rabl
Stephen Beus; Mayuko Kamio; Maurycy Banaszek; David Requiro

ParisBrahms, Schumann, Loewe

Brahms, Schumann C., Schumann, Loewe
Werner Güra; Christoph Berner

LondonChristoph Richter & Dénes Várjon – Schumann: A Haunted Legacy

Schumann, Schumann C., Holliger, Brahms
Christoph Richter; Dénes Várjon
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