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Composer: Webern, Anton (1883-1945)

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DijonMahler | Titan

Webern, Mahler
Les Dissonances; David Grimal

SingaporeSSO Subscription: Lars Vogt • Mozart Piano Concerto 21

Webern, Mozart, Schumann
Singapore Symphony Orchestra; Lars Vogt

BerlinElisabeth Leonskaja

Schubert, Schoenberg, Webern
Elisabeth Leonskaja, Piano

BirminghamQuatuor Arod - Haydn, Webern, Schumann

Haydn, Webern, Attahir, Schumann
Quatuor Arod

ZürichBella figuraNew Production

Bella figura
Various, Webern, Mozart
Jiří Kylián; Ballett Zürich; Zurich Junior Ballet
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Brilliance and excitement in Salonen’s Webern, Mahler and Wagner

Esa-Pekka Salonen © Benjamin Suomela
In a fin de siècle programme, Salonen and the Philharmonia demonstrated visceral excitement, and found ways to reinvent. 
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Ticciati, Ólafsson and Shida Rigolo take their time at Kings Place

Miyoko Shida Rigolo © Miyoko Shida Rigolo
Hugo Ticciati and Víkingur Ólafsson explore notions of time, but a lesson in mindful performance comes from the gravity-defying Sanddorn Balance act.  
****1
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The Hagen Quartet at the Festival de Pâques

The Hagen Quartet © Caroline Doutre
A performance that sacrificed a degree of Gallic fragrance in its pursuit of precision.
****1
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Adventures through time and space with the London Sinfonietta

Elizabeth Atherton © Kiran Ridley
Experiments in music and ideas brought together by the London Sinfonietta and guests at a special concert all about space and time.
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Symphonies Great and Small at Sage Gateshead

Thomas Zehetmair © Pablo Faccinetto
Royal Northern Sinfonia's popular Conductor Laureate Thomas Zehetmair makes a well-received return visit to Sage Gateshead, with symphonic music ranging from an exquisite jewel by Webern through to a fizzing performance of Schubert's "Great" Ninth.
****1
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