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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Netherlands

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AmsterdamOn the Spot: baroque to jazz

On the Spot: baroque to jazz
Heredia, Visée, Rossi, Davis, Vloeimans, van Kesteren, van Veenendaal, Azmeh
Calefax; Eric Vloeimans

AmsterdamSpanish SummerNights

Spanish SummerNights
Mussorgsky, Falla, Delius, Chabrier
Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo; Kazuki Yamada; Jorge Luis Prats

AmsterdamOne-handed virtuosity

© Francois Leclercq Erato
Adams, Ravel, Beethoven
National Orchestra of Belgium; Hugh Wolff; Nicholas Angelich

AmsterdamViolinist Nemanja Radulović

© Charlotte Abramow | Deutsche Grammophon
Karayev, Prokofiev, Stravinsky
I Culture Orchestra; Kirill Karabits; Nemanja Radulović

AmsterdamFour Seasons with a twist

© Simon van Boxtel
Duckworth, Ellington, Wells, Schulhoff, Copland, Vivaldi
Tim Kliphuis; Nigel Clark; Roy Percy; Janneke von Prooijen
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An evening of high drama in Amsterdam

Emmanuel Pahud © Josef Fischnaller
Spanning a compositional date range of approximately 50 years, Francois-Xavier Roth and his well-drilled Gurzenich delivered a highly enjoyable evening of music by Mendelssohn, Mozart and Beethoven.
****1
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Tristan and Isolde enthrals Holland festival audience

Sasha Mukhamedov & James Stout © Hans Gerritsen
Sasha Mukhamedov, James Stout and their fellow dancers succeed to drag us off to a romantic tragedy on the British isles on a June evening.
*****
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Yannick Nézet-Séguin says au revoir to Rotterdam

Joyce DiDonato and Yannick Nézet-Séguin © Guido Pijper
The Rotterdam Philharmonic marked their centenary with two concerts starring mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato. A bittersweet weekend, during which they also took leave of their beloved principal conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin.
*****
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A superb, sinister Hoffmann at Dutch National Opera

Nina Minasyan (Olympia) © Baus
Selectively unearthed from current critical editions, this fabulously performed new Hoffmann plumbs the murky depths of its antihero’s psyche.
*****
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A feast of virtuosi dances

Shut Eye © Rahi Rezvani
Shut Eye (Lightfoot & León) is like an alternating current. Woke Up Blind (Goecke) is entertaining and vulnerable. Pite's work hits the rythmic nail on the head. You want to freeze-frame Pite's dancers, snap a picture and hang it on the wall.
****1
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