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Composer: Walton, William (1902-1983)

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Year of birth1902
Year of death1983
NationalityUnited Kingdom
Period20th century
November 2020
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SingaporeVolodin plays Schumann

© Marco Borggreve
Brahms, Schumann, Walton
Singapore Symphony Orchestra; Andrew Litton; Alexei Volodin

AmsterdamNetherlands Radio Choir, Music by Mendelssohn and Elgar

© Ronald Knapp
Mendelssohn, Scott, Panufnik, Elgar, Walton
Benjamin Goodson; Netherlands Radio Choir (Groot Omroepkoor); Daniel Rowland; Nino Gvetadze; Leo van Doeselaar

AmsterdamLiza Ferschtman in Brahms’ Violin Concerto

© Marco Borggreve
Walton, Brahms, Tchaikovsky
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Vasily Petrenko; Liza Ferschtman
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Karen Cargill and the Scottish Ensemble burst into Songs for Life

Karen Cargill © Scottish Ensemble

Life, death, childhood, community and love are celebrated in Songs for Life by Karen Cargill with the Scottish Ensemble in an exquisitely filmed performance.

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Anu Tali brings swan songs to Belfast

Anu Tali © Kabir Cardenas
In an unusual programme, with Finnish music from Rautavaara and Sibelius, separated by Walton, the Ulster Orchestra and Anu Tali find all the subtleties in the music.  
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Death and eternal rest from Guerrero and the Boston Symphony

Johannes Moser © Manfred Esser | Haenssler Classic
After Helen Grimes makes her Symphony Hall debut, Johannes Moser is the soloist in William Walton's Cello Concerto, before Maurice Duruflé's Requiem comes as welcome consolation. 
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Iceland Symphony demonstrates its mettle in UK debut tour

The Iceland Symphony Orchestra © Benjamin Ealovega
A bold programme from an orchestra with a bold sound as the ISO trails in the wake of Storm Ciara on its debut UK tour. 
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Andrew Litton’s vivid Anglo-American perspectives in Belfast

Andrew Litton © Steve J Sherman
Litton’s experienced hands reveal deep understandings of Copland, Barber and Walton, delivering a programme of stark emotional contrasts.
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