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Composer: Wolf, Hugo (1860-1903)

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BudapestDer Corregidor

Der Corregidor
Wolf: Der Corregidor
TBC; Hungarian State Opera; Tibor Szappanos; András Kőrösi; Gergely Ujvári; András Palerdi

AmsterdamBorodin Quartet: Tchaikovsky, Wolf and Haydn

© Andy Staples
Haydn, Wolf, Tchaikovsky
Borodin Quartet

SalzburgChamber Concert Vienna Philharmonic

Wolf, Dvořák, Tchaikovsky
Members of the Vienna Philharmonic; Albena Danailova; Milan Šetena; Gerhard Marschner

AmsterdamChristopher Maltman: Carnival of the Animals

© Pia Clodi
Poulenc, Schumann, Ravel, Reger, Chabrier, Wolf
Christopher Maltman; Joseph Middleton

BarcelonaMagdalena Kožená & Mitsuko Uchida: Lieder

Schumann, Wolf, Dvořák, Schoenberg
Magdalena Kožená; Dame Mitsuko Uchida
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A Winter Journey with John Chest

John Chest © Andrey Stoycher
If Chest is not yet the finished article, he’s damned close.
****1
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Goerne and Trifonov at the Konzerthaus

Daniil Trifonov © Dario Acosta | Deutsche Grammophon
Despite some fascinating, impressive and often beautiful moments, the consistent refusal to give the audience time to applaud, pause and digest what they had just heard turned the evening into a wash of death songs.
**111
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Kissing her hair: Barbara Hannigan at Park Avenue Armory

Barbara Hannigan at Park Avenue Armory © Da Ping Luo
Barbara Hannigan joined pianist Reinbert de Leeuw for a Second Viennese School recital at the Park Avenue Armory.
*****
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Iréne Theorin makes Stockholm Konserthuset debut

Iréne Theorin © Jan-Olav Wedin
A programme of songs by Wolf, Strauss, and Scandinavian composers, with Iréne Theorin and Ulrika Tenstam.
***11
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Dark Night of the Soul: Matthias Goerne and Daniil Trifonov

Matthias Goerne © Marco Borggreve
Baritone Matthias Goerne and pianist Daniil Trifonov combined their talents to explore the darker side of human existence in an intense, uninterrupted 90-minute recital.
****1
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