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Composer: Zemlinsky, Alexander von (1871-1942)

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RotterdamJames Conlon and Nelson Freire

Zemlinsky, Brahms
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra; James Conlon; Nelson Freire

AmsterdamZTR Zaterdagmatinee: Die Seejungfrau complete

© Chester Higgins
Zemlinsky, Brahms
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra; James Conlon; Nelson Freire

LondonLouise Kemény & Friends

Louise Kemény & Friends
Schubert, Brahms, Marx, Zemlinsky
Louise Kemény; Max Welford; Brian O'Kane; William Vann

MadridCiclo Sinfónico: Sublimes cuñados

Ciclo Sinfónico: Sublimes cuñados
Schoenberg, Zemlinsky
Orquesta Nacional de España; James Conlon; Aga Mikolaj; Martin Gantner

StockholmLied recital Miah Persson

Lied recital Miah Persson
Haydn, Mozart, Berg, Zemlinsky
Miah Persson; Magnus Svensson
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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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Death in Florence: Zemlinsky and Puccini at DNO

Ausrine Stundyte (Bianca) and John Lundgren (Simone) © Matthias Baus
An unlikely coupling of one-act operas by Zemlinsky and Puccini bears fruit in a staging that reveals their thematic parallels while leaving their obvious differences on show.
****1
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Lust, silk and strangulation: A Florentine Tragedy

Lawrence Thackeray (Guido) and Becca Marriott (Bianca) © Lidia Crisafulli
Zemlinsky's dark story of infidelity and murder, from Oscar Wilde's unfinished play, poses a significant musical challenge for both audience and director. 
***11
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Hidden gems at the New Life Festival in Berlin

Gila Goldstein © Lisa-Marie Mazzucco
The first edition of the New Life Festival, dedicated to Jewish musicians who fled from or suffered under the National Socialist regime during the Second World War, uncovered some hidden gems.
**111
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Zemlinsky’s Der Zwerg in Boston

Kirsten Chambers (Donna Clara), Aleš Briscein (the Dwarf) © Kathy Wittman
Zemlinsky's tortured take on Oscar Wilde's Birthday of the Infanta is given a harrowing treatment; Aleš Briscein convinces as the dwarf of the title.
****1
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