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Composer: Webern, Anton (1883-1945)

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Year of birth1883
Year of death1945
Period20th century
November 2020
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BarcelonaCasals Quartet

© Igorcat
Haydn, Mendelssohn, Webern, Shostakovich
Cuarteto Casals

ZürichBella Figura

© Gregory Batardon
Various, Webern, Mozart
Jiří Kylián; Ballett Zürich; Ballett Zürich Junior Company; Joke Visser; Kees Tjebbes; Michael Simon

BarcelonaBarcelona String Quartet Biennale: Hagen Quartett

© Harald Hoffmann
Shostakovich, Webern, Schubert
Hagen Quartet

MunichMünchner Streichquartett

Haydn, Webern, Beethoven
Münchner Streichquartett

TutzingMünchner Streichquartett

Haydn, Webern, Beethoven
Münchner Streichquartett
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First and Second Viennese School side by side in the Elbphilharmonie

Alan Gilbert © Peter Hundert | NDR
Frank Peter Zimmermann dazzles in an angelic tribute, while Alan Gilbert and the NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchester emphasise clarity at the expense of warmth.
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A Rautavaara rarity from Osmo Vänskä and the LPO

Osmo Vänskä © Joel Larson
As part of the LPO’s 2020 Vision series of concerts, a hotchpotch of works were gathered together to produce a rather mixed bag of an evening. 
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Action and reaction: Mehta conducts Wagner, Schoenberg and Webern

Christine Goerke © Arielle Doneson
Zubin Mehta returns to Disney Hall, demonstrating the multifaceted implications of Wagner and his “music of tomorrow”.
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Musical Klimt: Vienna comes to Pärnu in Tüür's chamber gala

Andres Kaljuste (viola) and Theodor Sink (cello) play Korngold © Kaupo Kikkas
Erich Korngold's luscious String Sextet provides the musical highlight of Erkki-Sven Tüür's Pärnu programme. 
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Hong Kong Sinfonietta finishes the season with a bang

Martin Helmchen © Giorgia Bertazzi
A giant step in Hong Kong's Sinfonietta's journey to musical maturity with this programme of Webern, Beethoven and Mozart.
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