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Composer: Ysaÿe, Eugene (1858-1931)

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LondonSuper String Sunday: Bach and Ysaÿe

Super String Sunday: Bach and Ysaÿe
Ysaÿe, Bach

BarcelonaEmmanuel Tjeknavorian, violin

Emmanuel Tjeknavorian, violin
Ysaÿe, Bach, Bartók, Ehrenfellner, Ernst
Emmanuel Tjeknavorian, Violin

BergenCharlie Siem

Debussy, Ysaÿe, Brahms
Charlie Siem; Itamar Golan

BergenLeif Ove Andsnes and Andreas Brantelid with friends II

Ysaÿe, Pärt, Sibelius, Shostakovich
Leif Ove Andsnes; Gunnar Flagstad; Sonoko Miriam Shimano Welde; Johan Dalene

BirminghamEmmanuel Tjeknavorian

Bach, Ysaÿe, Ehrenfellner, Bartók
Emmanuel Tjeknavorian, Violin
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Brilliant “Images and Dreams” from the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra

Robert Treviño © DR
Mixed performances from Poole but with an unforgettable Berlioz Symphonie fantastique that was both illuminating and electrifying.
****1
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Miniatures, magic and a masterpiece

Ray Chen © Tom Doms
The London Philharmonic Orchestra, Vladimir Jurowski and the soloist Ray Chen offer the next instalment in a series showcasing the works of Stravinsky and their historical influences.
****1
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¡Viva España! A day trip to Spain for Les Dissonances

David Grimal © Caroline Doutre
How vital is a conductor? At Paris' Salle des concerts – the Philharmonie's second hall – Les Dissonances provided answers. 
***11
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Gergiev and his Mariinsky players spin stories at Cadogan Hall

Valery Gergiev © Alberto Venzago
In this second Mariinsky concert Kristóf Baráti was a fine but miscast soloist in Stravinsky’s violin concerto, with rich narrative pickings from Rimsky-Korsakov and his illustrious pupil.
****1
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Elegiac, violent, purposeful Shostakovich 11

Vladimir Jurowski © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Alina Ibragimova plays with skill but insufficient sound to fill the Royal Albert Hall; Vladimir Jurowski and the LPO blow the roof off with Shostakovich's account of the Revolution of 1905.
****1
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