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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Romania

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BucharestStephan, Haydn, Enescu & Shostakovich

Stephan, Haydn, Enescu, Shostakovich
BBC Philharmonic; Moritz Gnann; Andrei Ioniţă

BucharestBartók & Rachmaninov

Bartók, Rachmaninov
BBC Philharmonic; Ben Gernon; Kristóf Baráti
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Beyond pyrotechnics: Maxim Vengerov in Bucharest

Maxim Vengerov © Cătălina Filip
Vengeron and Papian explored what lies under the shiny surface of late 19th century repertoire
****1
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A performance with two very different halves

Ashkenazy and members of the Philharmonia © Cătălina Filip
His gestures might not be the most elegant, but Vladimir Askenazy has a deep understanding of the music he choses to conduct.
***11
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Inside and outside the comfort zone: Dutoit leads Argerich and the RPO

Martha Argerich © Cătălina Filip
Few other pianists have Argerich’s naturalness, her ability to epitomize the essence of music rather than interpret it. 
***11
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RNO and Andreescu impress at Enescu Festival

Vadim Repin © Cătălina Filip
Following some rhythmically challenged Ginastera, Horia Andreescu and the Russian National Orchestra impress with confidently played MacMillan and Tchaikovsky.
***11
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RNO and Pletnev disappoint in Enescu and Prokofiev

Mikhail Pletnev conducts the Russian National Orchestra © Alex Damian
The muscular piano playing of Nikolai Lugansky could not save the Russian National Orchestra’s shoddy Enescu and Prokofiev.
**111
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