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Composer: Weber, Carl Maria von (1786-1826)

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Year of birth1786
Year of death1826
February 2018
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OsakaThe 289th Subscription Concert of Kansai Philharmonic Orchestra

The 289th Subscription Concert of Kansai Philharmonic Orchestra
Schubert, Strauss R., Weber, Hindemith
Kansai Philharmonic Orchestra; Wolfram Christ

SingaporeA Is For Aiyah · Mysteries Of The Macabre

Soh, Weber, Mahler, Stravinsky, Ligeti
Singapore Symphony Orchestra; Jason Lai; Elise Chauvin

LondonAshley Fripp, Piano

Weber, Bartók, Chopin, Adès
Ashley Fripp, Piano

TokyoSaturday Matinée Series No. 205

Saturday Matinée Series No. 205
Weber, Mendelssohn, Schumann
Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra; Ken-David Masur; Arabella Steinbacher

ScunthorpeA Night at the Symphony

A Night at the Symphony
Weber, Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Christoph König; Dmitry Masleev
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Marek Janowski returns to Weber’s Euryanthe

Emily Magee and Catherine Foster among the cast for Euryanthe in Dresden © Björn Kadenbach
Emily Magee was in glowingly refulgent voice as the 'damsel in distress', Euryanthe, in this concert performance of Weber's rarity. 
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Men in Motion

Anton Lukovkin © Elliot Franks
Outstanding examples of men dancing are book-ended by two new works that are badly misjudged as a means of entertainment 
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Demons and angels: Der Freischütz at La Scala

Michael König (Max) and Gunther Groissböck (Kaspar) © Marco Brescia & Rudy Amisano | Teatro alla Scala
Hartmann's staging takes a bizarre twist in the end since so far the staging had followed the naïve story very faithfully without any weird implications.
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Collaboration in action at Cadogan Hall

Quatuor Van Kuijk © CLB Management
An exploration of expression within controlled structure from Van Wauwe and the Quatuor Van Kuijk, in passionate Webern, tense Durupt and spirited Mozart.
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Tender and mischievous: Ottensamer in London

Andreas Ottensamer © Lars Borges
Ottensamer shared the stage at Wigmore Hall with pianist José Gallardo and together they took it by storm with the erupting scalar passages in the first movement of Weber’s Grand Duo concertant.
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