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Venue: Cadogan Hall, London

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Adresse5 Sloane Terrace
London
SW1X 9DQ
Vereinigtes Königreich
Google maps51° 29' 37.640" N 0° 9' 26.456" W
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LondonRPO Preludes: Trombone Quartet

RPO Preludes: Trombone Quartet
Members of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

LondonShostakovich 360°

Shostakovich 360°
Glasunow, Prokofjew, Borodin, Schostakowitsch
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Alexander Shelley; Kian Soltani

LondonECO at Cadogan Hall: Handel’s Messiah

ECO at Cadogan Hall: Handel’s Messiah
Händel: Messias
English Chamber Orchestra; Simon Wright; Winchester Consort

LondonWestminster Cathedral Choir

Westminster Cathedral Choir
Victoria, Anonymous, Tallis, MacMillan, Palestrina, Marsh, Bruckner, Poulenc, Howells, Whitacre, Warlock, Lauridsen
Martin Baker; Westminster Cathedral Choir

LondonThe Magic of Christmas

The Magic of Christmas
Finzi, Warlock, Vaughan Williams, Delius
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Hilary Davan Wetton; Julia Doyle; William Dazeley; City of London Choir

LondonViennese Christmas by Candlelight

Viennese Christmas by Candlelight
Strauss Sohn, Tschaikowsky, Brahms
London Concertante
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PCM4: Sarkasmus, Spaß und Trompeten

Håkan Hardenberger © Marco Borggreve
HK Grubers Witz strahlt aus diesem Konzert mit Brechts und Weills beißend sarkastischen Songs aus der Dreigroschenoper. Håkan Hardenberger begeistert mit magischem Spiel auf Trompete und Flügelhorn.
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Mahler's Third struggles to coalesce in Cadogan Hall

Pietari Inkinen conducts the Prague Symphony Orchestra © Jan Slavík
Pietari Inkinen conducts the Prague Symphony Orchestra in Mahler's monumental Third Symphony. 
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A night of grand gestures from the Moscow Philharmonic and Simonov

Yuri Simonov © Ivan Simonov

Yuri Simonov showcases his musicians in ballet scores by Tchaikovsky and Khachaturian, while Alexandra Dăriescu embraces the Romantic spirit in Rachmaninov.

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In Rimsky's Kitezh, Gergiev eventually weaves some Russian magic

Valery Gergiev conducts the Mariinsky Orchestra © Luke Toddfrey
In Gergiev's late, late show, Mao Fujita impresses in Tchaikovsky, but episodes from Berlioz' Roméo et Juliette are given a Shakespearean speed read. 
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Matvey Demin’s stellar UK debut flanked by an invigorated Gergiev

Matvey Demin © Matvey Demin

Gergiev, Demin, and the Mariinsky Orchestra deliver a performance full of vitality, virtuosity, and determination.

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Anglo-Russian repertoire as the BSFO closes its first tour

Jan Latham-Koenig © Luke Toddfrey
Making its London debut, the BSFO and Jan Latham-Koenig make an impression in both British and Russian classics. 
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The Knussen Chamber Orchestra makes its Proms debut

Ryan Wigglesworth © Benjamin Ealovega
The Knussen Chamber Orchestra with Ryan Wigglesworth debuts at the Proms with music by Knussen, Birtwistle, Waley-Cohen, Abrahamsen and Putt.
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Silesian Quartet makes a strong case for Weinberg and Bacewicz

Silesian Quartet © Magdalena Jodłowska
Polish-born composers Grażyna Bacewicz and Mieczysław Weinberg have not been part of the so-called “musical canon”, but in recent decades we have been fortunate to witness a revival in their music.
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