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MalvernRoyal Northern College of Music Ensemble

Shostakovich, Haydn, Mendelssohn, Traditional & Contemporary Scottish Music
Musicians from the Royal Northern College of Music

New York CityDaniel Hope

© Nicolas Zonvi
Ortiz, Handel, Falconieri, von Westhoff, Matteis, Vivaldi, Traditional, Leclair, Uccellini
Daniel Hope; Simos Papanas; Nicola Mosca; Emanuele Forni

QuebecLe Danish String Quartet au Club musical de Québec

© Caroline Bittencourt
Haydn, Traditional, Beethoven
The Danish String Quartet

LondonGlory of Christmas

Bach, Adam, Handel, Rutter, Poston, Traditional
Thames Chamber Orchestra; Keith Marshall; Choir of Christ's College Cambridge

BudapestCantemus Choir Advent Concert

Traditional: Choir's traditional songs
Cantemus Mixed Choir
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Prom 27: The Royal Albert Hall turned folk club

ALAW © Paul Michael Hughes
Sparks were flying on Friday night, and not only from the feet of the Unthank sisters and fellow clog dancing Prommers. Sam Lee said it: “the folking Albert Hall”.
*****
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BBC Scottish looks to the north for a gripping end to the season

Thomas Dausgaard © Thomas Grondahl
BBCSSO with Thomas Dausgaard, the Lund Male Choir and soloists gave a thrilling performance of Sibelius’ Kullervo with Finnish folk musicians joining the forces.
****1
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Reviving the art of the string duo

Patricia Kopatchinskaja © Julia Wesely
The violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja's endless curiosity was on display at a recital of duos with cellist Jay Campbell at the Park Avenue Armory. 
****1
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Elegiac, violent, purposeful Shostakovich 11

Vladimir Jurowski © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Alina Ibragimova plays with skill but insufficient sound to fill the Royal Albert Hall; Vladimir Jurowski and the LPO blow the roof off with Shostakovich's account of the Revolution of 1905.
****1
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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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