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DublinVivaldi Concertos by Candlelight

Vivaldi Concertos by Candlelight
Vivaldi, Bach
London Concertante

BantryOpening Concert

Kodály, Bacewicz, Beethoven
Mairéad Hickey; Ella van Poucke; Dudok Quartet; Quatuor Danel

CorkTown Concert

of Bingen, Jacquet de la Guerre, Strozzi, Caccini
Ensemble Dagda

BantryCrespo Series

Arensky, Dvořák
Apollon Musagète Quartet

BantryMain Evening Concert

Mozart, Panufnik, Beethoven
Dudok Quartet; Apollon Musagète Quartet; Quatuor Danel
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L’italiana in Algeri at Blackwater Valley Opera Festival

Rachel Kelly (Isabella) and Leonardo Galeazzi (Mustafa) © Frances Marshall
Rachel Kelly shines in a mixed production at Lismore Castle. 
***11
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An uplifting Beethoven Ninth from an orchestra in peril

Nathalie Stutzmann © Simon Fowler
It is unlikely that anyone went home from this soul-inspiring performance without that famous "Ode" ringing in his or her head.
****1
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Elegant Mozart and a thrilling Mahler 6 from Milstein and RTÉ NSO

Nathalia Milstein © Frederic Labrouche
A well crafted, elegant Mozart Piano Concerto no. 23 in the first half counters the passions and tragedy of Mahler’s Symphony no. 6 in the second. 
***11
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Karabits and Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra deliver bittersweet Walton

Kirill Karabits © Denis Manokha
The BSO deliver a malevolent Walton Symphony no. 1 and a joyous Elgar In the South. Meanwhile, Trpčeski provides lovely moments in Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto no. 1. 
***11
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Sounds of silence: Gerald Barry's Organ Concerto

Thomas Trotter © Patrick Garvey
Barry took the honours for OTT, while Asbury and the NSO's “Pathétique” went straight to the soul.
***11
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