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Yo-Yo Ma spielt Salonen in Hamburg

Die Hamburger Elbphilharmonie beheimatet die deutsche Erstaufführung des Cellokonzerts von Esa-Pekka Salonen.
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Fragiles Spiel in New York

Die New Yorker David Geffen Hall ist ein imposanter Bau und beheimatet das New York Philharmonic Orchestra, welches an diesem Abend nicht nur Stärken zeigte.
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The NY Phil pays tribute to Sondheim at Bravo! Vail

The New York Phil concluded its six-concert residency at this summer’s Bravo! Vail Festival with a survey of Stephen Sondheim’s legacy stylishly led by Leonard Slatkin.

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Hahn shines as the New York Phil closes its Carnegie Hall season

Hilary Hahn plays Barber's Violin Concerto with understated lyricism, but Jaap van Zweden's Mahler disappoints.
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Beatrice Rana makes exceptional debut with the New York Philharmonic

The Italian pianist breathes new life into a well-trodden warhorse by bringing out some of the score’s overlooked details in the Philharmonic's final concert at the Rose Theater. 
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Bartók's Concerto for Orchestra showcases the New York Philharmonic

Igor Levit's pianissimo playing is the highlight of his Brahms, but for all its vaunted acoustics, Carnegie Hall is sometimes not kind to concerto soloists.

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