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SeattleMozart, Poulenc, and Brahms

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Mozart, Poulenc, Brahms
Lorna McGhee; Kristóf Baráti; David Harding; Robert DeMaine

SeattleBeethoven, Turina, and Mendelssohn

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Beethoven, Turina, Mendelssohn Bartholdy
Lorna McGhee; Andrew Wan; Matthew Lipman; Kristóf Baráti

SeattleMozart, Martinu, and Dvorak

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Mozart, Martinů, Dvořák
Piers Lane; Orion Weiss; James Ehnes; Robert DeMaine

SeattleFaure, Beethoven, and Enescu

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Fauré, Beethoven, Enescu
Paul Watkins; Nicholas Phan; Ben Bowman; Alexander Kerr; Beth Guterman

LondonA celebration of British cinema

A celebration of British cinema
Jarre, Rachmaninow, Mozart, Arnold, Rota, Bennett, Bliss
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Anthony Weeden; Piers Lane
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Definitive Walton from Andrew Manze and the LPO

What an auspicious first outing for Andrew Manze with the LPO, concluding with a definitive account of Walton's First Symphony. 

Markus Schäfer sings Lieder at Wigmore Hall

The intimacy of Schubert’s Lieder almost guarantees that no words can be missed. In comparison to say, a 100-strong choir competing with a full orchestra, the poetic element of Lieder is unmissable, and thus it occupies a larger part of the concertgoer’s attention. Schubert of course recognised this, and selected his wordsmiths carefully.

Beethoven, Vine and Shostakovich from Sinaisky and the LPO

At first sight, last night’s London Philharmonic Orchestra concert at the Royal Festival Hall was a typical piece of programming: a well known, relatively undemanding opener, a big symphony to close, and a première of a newly written work sandwiched carefully in between.

A Romantic Symphony at Sydney Opera House

The latest Sydney Symphony Orchestra concert had everything from French impressionism to a world premiere, to a performance of a much-loved Romantic Symphony. The evening opened with two movements from Debussy’s Images for orchestra. Written originally as a set of three movements, they stand equally well on their own.