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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Korea, South

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February 2020
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SeoulMahler’s ‘Resurrection’ Symphony

Mahler: Symphony no. 2 in C minor 'Resurrection'
Seoul Philharmonic; Osmo Vänskä; Grande Opera Choir; Seoul Motet Choir; National Chorus of Korea; Siobhan Stagg

SeoulSalzburg, St Petersburg and Seoul

Pagh-Paan, Mozart, Mussorgsky
Seoul Philharmonic; Kazushi Ono

SeoulDistant Landscapes, Russian Nights

Lee, Glazunov, Shostakovich
Seoul Philharmonic; Tung-Chieh Chuang; Esther Yoo

SeoulViennese Visions

Mendelssohn, Haydn, Gruber, Bruckner
Seoul Philharmonic; Michael Sanderling; Håkan Hardenberger

SeoulPictures in Brass

Schuller, Enescu, Tisne, Mussorgsky
Seoul Philharmonic; Sooyeon Lim; Håkan Hardenberger
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A charming Monteverdi L'Orfeo in Seoul

Historical verisimilitude and stylistic consistency might have been somewhat wanting... but the daring spirit and hight artistry prevailed in this historic night of operatic scene in Korea!
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Cross Chamber Orchestra: Feat of Vitality

The 28th annual concert of the Cross Chamber Orchestra was most praiseworthy in its youthful energy and especially because of the wise choice of soloist; a fascinating feat of religious stoicism and extreme vitality!
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Samson et Dalila: Keeping the Tradition

The tradition of Grand Opera is well and alive. The genius of Saint-Saëns shone marvellously through this brilliant interpretation, which essentially did justice to the heart of Opera, a dash of madness mixed with high theatricality.
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Romantic Masters Illuminates the Orient

The absence of empty showmanship, of any unnecessary gesture in music making, allowed the listeners to fully experience the essence of Young Gi Kim in a recital of violin sonatas.
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