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Composer: Vivier, Claude (1948-1983)

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Year of birth1948
Year of death1983
NationalityUnknown
Period20th century
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ParisLonely Child with Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra

Lonely Child with Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra
Vivier, Brahms
Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra; Alexander Shelley; Erin Wall

UtrechtLonely Child with Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra

Lonely Child with Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra
Vivier, Mendelssohn, Brahms
Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra; Alexander Shelley; Erin Wall; James Ehnes

CopenhagenLonely Child by Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra

Lonely Child by Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra
Vivier, Mendelssohn, Dvořák
Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra; Alexander Shelley; Erin Wall; James Ehnes

StockholmCanada's National Arts Centre Orchestra with Alexander Shelley

Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra with Alexander Shelley
Vivier, Mendelssohn, Brahms
Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra; Alexander Shelley; Erin Wall; James Ehnes

AmsterdamAsko|Schönberg: Vivier and Namavar

© Juri Hiensch
Vivier, Namavar
Reinbert de Leeuw; Barbara Kozelj; Katrien Baerts; Asko|Schönberg; Slagwerk Den Haag
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Kopernikus: immersive, disorienting, thought-provoking

Bruno Roy © Darryl Block Photography
Against the Grain's production of Vivier's Kopernikus is an immersive and thought provoking realisation of the composer's late Opera – rituel de mort. It's music theatre of a rare intensity, brilliantly executed. 
*****
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Politics and poetry: Vivier and Stockhausen in Geneva

Ensemble Contrechamps © NC
Vivier and Stockhausen's dreams and darkness take centre stage for a night during Geneva's Archipel festival. 
****1
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How do you approach Haydn’s symphonies? Simon Rattle divides and conquers

Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra © Terry Linke
Simon Rattle devised an “Imaginary Symphony” with wit; the Vienna Philharmonic obliged.
***11
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Carte blanche for MaNOj Camps

MaNOj Kamps honours Claude Vivier in carte blanche concert Cappella Amsterdam. 
***11
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Stupendously good: The LA Phil and Dudamel explore colour at the Barbican

The Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra’s residency at the Barbican has been a huge success. Rather than churn out time-honoured family favourite pieces of classical music, the orchestra has seized the opportunity to showcase its prowess in the performance of new music – three European premières including John Adams’ powerful passion-oratorio The Gospel According to the Other Mary, as well a
*****
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