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Composer: Suk, Josef (1874-1935)

August 2018
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PragueMacMillan, Robertson, Martinů, Suk, Kabeláč

MacMillan, Robertson, Martinů, Suk, Kabeláč
Jiří Rožeň; Jana Brožková; Czech Chamber Orchestra

OxfordMusic from Czechoslovakia

Music from Czechoslovakia
Dvořák, Martinů, Suk, Smetana
Orchestra of St John's; John Lubbock

OxfordDvořák Piano Quintet: Albion Quartet & Christopher Glynn

Dvořák Piano Quintet: Albion Quartet & Christopher Glynn
Dvořák, Suk
Albion Quartet; Christopher Glynn

LondonIain Farrington (piano) - Concert 7 from Mahler Piano Series: The Popular and the Profound

Iain Farrington (piano) - Concert 7 from Mahler Piano Series: The Popular and the Profound
Lehár, Liszt, Zemlinsky, Lange, Suk, Mahler
Iain Farrington, Piano

ManchesterNorthern Chamber Orchestra with Julian Bliss, clarinet

Northern Chamber Orchestra with Julian Bliss, clarinet
Arnold, Weber, Suk, Haydn
Northern Chamber Orchestra; Julian Bliss
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Suk's monumental Asrael Symphony in Cleveland

Sergey Khachatryan © Marco Borggreve
Suk's five-movement "dance of death" gets a rare Cleveland outing under guest conductor Jakub Hrůša after Sergey Khachatryan performed Brahms' Violin Concerto.
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Raising Czech music to celestial Bohemian heights

Jakub Hrůša © V. Krsul
The effervescent conductor took six little-known Czech works into another ether: one in which the footprints are invisible.
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Joshua Bell and friends in Czech chamber music

Joshua Bell © Erik Kabik
Joshua Bell and other musical heavyweights fail to impress in an evening of Czech chamber works well-known and otherwise.
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Stratos Quartett brings youthful, polished vigor to Vienna

Stratos Quartett © Vipin Mayer
Technical proficiency and brilliant clarity prevailed in the Stratos Quartett's recital, without ever feeling staid or over-cautious. 
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Familiar Dvořák, unfamilar Suk from Hrůša and the Philharmonia

Jakub Hrůša © Zbynek Maderyc
The last of the Philharmonia’s “Bohemian Legends” series paired an extremely familiar work – Dvořák’s Cello Concerto – with an extremely unfamiliar one: Josef Suk’s Asrael Symphony. In spite of some uneven orchestral playing, the concert showed off the best points of both works.
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