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March 2017 Hot List: For members only

Here is your March 2017 Hot List, hand-picked by our editorial team from the wealth of listings (42 pages!) on 'What's On' section.  The listings should begin with your 'home' city – if you have set one as your most usual concert/opera-going city. You can also select other cities as your favourites, so that these should appear next on the list.
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Reviewed in Tokyo

Soul-searching: Sir András Schiff in Tokyo

With thought-inspiring programming, Schiff played the penultimate sonatas of Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, and Schubert.
Reviewed in San Francisco

Gil Shaham thrills with vivacious Barber

Gil Shaham and Juraj Valčuha join the San Francisco Symphony for electrifying performances reminding listeners of the true joy of dialogic music-making and the excitement of high-caliber ensemble collaboration.
Reviewed in Antwerp

Multi-media stress test for Antwerp’s new hall

Overshadowed by its Hanseatic cousin Hamburg, Antwerp recently celebrated the opening of its own new concert hall. In his Symphony no. 2, Wim Henderickx tested the hall's capabilities with a multi-media extravaganza.
Baroque Month

Three festivals for Mr. Handel

Sandra takes us on a guided tour round Germany's major international Handel Festivals: Göttingen, Halle and Karlsruhe.
Insider Guide

Insider Guide: More new seasons, more new listings

The trickle of new season announcements now starts to develop into a flood as more and more opera companies and orchestras announced their 2017-18 line-ups. Here are a few of our highlights from those announced recently.
Baroque Month

Baroque and Early Music Festivals: the 2017 guide

Whether you're looking for Handel, Bach, Monteverdi, Telemann or mix of all of these; whether you like your Baroque music in a grand palace, an intimate chapel or a state-of-the-art concert hall, our 2017 roundup has something for you.
Contemporary focus

A guide to contemporary music festivals

There are plenty of occasions to hear Beethoven's symphonies or Mozart's operas throughout the year. But what about the 21st century repertoire? Contemporary music lovers often find it hard to quench their thirst for new music. Thankfully, some festivals specialise in contemporary music, giving to everyone the opportunity to drink their fill.
Interview

Concert hall acoustics in the 21st century: Interview with Sam Berkow

A pupil of Russell Johnston at Artec, Sam Berkow has been the acoustical designer of performing arts venues and recording studios. He talks to David Karlin about modern acoustics, and his belief that modern performance spaces should support a wide range of performances without acoustical compromise.
Contemporary focus

Keeping the Boulez spirit alive

Daniel Barenboim inaugurated last month the Barenboim-Said Academy in Berlin. The most interesting feature of the hall lies not in its flowing architecture, but rather in its name: the Pierre Boulez Saal. One year after the French composer death, what is his legacy?
Opinion

Opinion: Beer with Bruckner?

Many composers enjoyed a drop of the hard stuff. But why do classical music venues allow audiences to indulge during concerts?
Contemporary focus

Remembering the legacy of Pauline Oliveros

“Music is a multi-dimensional, dynamic process unfolding as a relationship between an individual or a group of individuals, and sound vibrations.
Concert halls

Opinion: A tale of three cities

Travel broadens the mind. It also opens the ears. For years, I was very happy to hear concerts in London… until I heard halls elsewhere.
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GrazSymphonic Dances

Bernstein, Muthspiel, Stravinsky
Recreation-Großes Orchester Graz; Christian Muthspiel; Wolfgang Muthspiel

LondresCorelli, Handel

Corelli, Handel
Paul McCreesh; Gabrieli Consort & Players

LuganoBBC Philharmonic Orchestra

Weber, Britten, Tchaikovsky
BBC Philharmonic; Juanjo Mena; Julia Fischer

ZürichRavel, Poulenc, Dvořák

Ravel, Poulenc, Dvořák
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Howard Griffiths; Güher Pekinel; Süher Pekinel

LondresFauré Requiem sung by the boys of the London Oratory Schola

Fauré, Vierne, Dupré
Charles Cole; Schola Cantorum of the London Oratory School; Ben Bloor

LondresGuastavino, Sor, Seiber, Villa-Lobos

Guastavino, Sor, Seiber, Villa-Lobos
Ashley Blasse; Béatrice de Larragoïti

LondresMayfair Organ Concerts

Handel: Obras
Dexter Kennedy, Órgano

ManchesterTheodora by George Frideric Handel

Handel: Theodora
Roger Hamilton; John Ramster; Royal Northern College of Music; Bridget Kimak
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El huracán Lisitsa pasa por el Auditorio Nacional

Lisitsa es un fenómeno de masas que debe gran parte de su éxito no sólo a su talento y a su laboriosidad, sino a su proyección en diversas redes.

Harding, Gerhaher y GMJO en el Auditorio (II)

El albedo de la GMJO fulgura por sí mismo, devolviendo, cuando menos, tanto como recibe. Al calor de una preparación de primer nivel, el proyecto celebra su 30 aniversario en un estado de forma óptimo.

La Orquesta de Euskadi lleva su delicada sonoridad al Baluarte

El pasado martes la Orquesta Sinfónica de Euskadi ofreció un concierto, en el Baluarte de Pamplona, que tuvo como denominador común la escala en do mayor. La dirección de Hans Graf fue lo que dio un toque especial a la ejecución de las piezas escogidas de Beethoven, Stravinsky y Schumann.

Harding, Gerhaher y GMJO en el Auditorio (I): haz y envés de lo numinoso

Una notable masa sonora y destellos de intervenciones solistas que atestiguan la prometedora pasta -en realidad, los resultados ya están a la vista- que conforma actualmente la criatura del maestro Abbado. 

Metafísica y emoción en el Auditorio Nacional

David Afkham sigue demostrando su talento con una interpretación redonda de la Tercera Sinfonía de Mahler en el último día de la serie de conciertos, tras un estreno con algunos tropezones.

La Filarmónica de la Ciudad de México se pone barroca

Para este programa, la Filarmónica de la Ciudad de México nos recibió con una orquesta de cuerdas muy reducida y un clavecín que dividía el semicírculo en dos partes iguales. Como estaba anunciado, Scott Yoo, director artístico de la Filarmónica, se bajó del podio y se incorporó a la orquesta como violín principal y solista. 

Thibaudet y Ravel en el Auditorio Nacional

El director francés condujo eficientemente a la Orquesta Nacional hacia un paroxismo de exuberancia orquestal.

Conmovedora Canción de la Tierra de Slobodeniouk y la OSG

La Sinfónica de Galicia fue la gran triunfadora de la noche con una combinación magistral de fuerza y sensibilidad. 
Lieder Month

The delicate art of song

Undeservedly, Lieder recitals have a rarefied, old-lace aura that can scare off potential fans. Far from being remote and understated, their intimate nature closely connects singers with their audiences.
Interview

Follow my Lieder: Anna Lucia Richter

„Einfach ins kalte Wasser springen!“ Anna Lucia Richter spricht über die Welt der Lieder und den Einstieg ins Lied-Hören.
interview

Follow my Lieder: Karen Cargill

Scottish mezzo Karen Cargill shares her thoughts on programming, musical partners and how the audience can approach Lieder recitals. 
Valery Gergiev

Opinion: A bang and a whimper

A flutter of the fingers, a whirl of the toothpick and he was gone... So does Valery Gergiev really deserve the criticism of his LSO tenure that's come his way?
Mozart in Bogotá

Bogotá es Mozart: una experiencia vital

Un admirable festival de Mozart en Bogotá alcanzó el clímax de lo que ha resultado ser una experiencia vital para nuestro editor cuando 1300 personas se apretujaron en una iglesia para escuchar la música del magnífico compositor.
Nielsen 150

A look at Carl Nielsen’s Maskarade

An exploration of Nielsen's Maskarade – rarely performed, but Denmark's national opera. 
film music article

Italian Cinema and the age of Nino Rota

Rota's film scores repeatedly found the right colour against which his directors' images could dazzle.
film music article

Silver screen scores in the concert hall

Orchestras increasingly perform concerts of film music and we were interested to discover how popular these were and if their approach to playing – and recording – such music is in any way different to standard concert repertoire.
film music article

Punto para España: la música de cine de Alberto Iglesias

El mundo cinematográfico se divide en dos partes: aquellos que consideran que recurrir constantemente a un mismo elenco de actores hace peligrar el suspense o hace la trama poco creíble, y aquellos que no. 
Opinion

Opinion: A tale of three cities

Travel broadens the mind. It also opens the ears. For years, I was very happy to hear concerts in London… until I heard halls elsewhere.
Interview

Follow my Lieder: Venera Gimadieva

Hailed as ‘the new voice of Russia’ and the star of the Bolshoi Theatre, soprano Venera Gimadieva talks about singing song recitals as part of our Lieder series.
interview

Follow my Lieder: Roderick Williams

Baritone Roderick Williams is a leading song recitalist, a regular at London's Wigmore Hall and makes his North American recital debut in February with a unique performance of Schubert’s Schwanengesang in New York's Park Avenue Armory. 
Artículo destacado

Trust me, I’m a critic!

In the fall-out from the ‘Dumpygate’ saga surrounding critical reaction to Glyndebourne’sDer Rosenkavalier, critic-bashing has enjoyed renewed vigour. Using the incident to promote a ‘Battle of Ideas’ debate on the value of music critics and the role they play piqued my interest in attending Saturday’s Free Stage event at the Barbican.
Sibelius 150

Sibelius’ Silence?

On 26th December, 1926, Walter Damrosch and the New York Symphonic Society gave the première of Tapiola, a tone poem depicting the forest spirit of the Kalevala. No-one knew thatTapiola would turn out to be the composer’s last major work...
Sibelius & Nielsen 150

Nordic twin peaks

An analysis of the Violin Concertos by Jean Sibelius and Carl Nielsen as we celebrate their 150th anniversaries. 
Film music article

Scoring psychological portraits: Herrmann and Hitchcock

Herrmann’s core philosophy of scoring film music was not to provide music to accompany the action of the film, but rather to paint a psychological portrait or arouse a compelling atmosphere.
film music article

Sin palabras: componer música para películas mudas

La versión muda de 1925 de El fantasma de la ópera estaba en el menú, solo que esta vez habría música de principio a fin.
film music article

British classical composers writing for film

When ‘talkies’ first started to spread their wings in the mid 1930s, a need for orchestral scores to accompany the increasing visual ambitions of the films was identified. So, who was to write this music?
Critics' poll

Chailly y la Filarmónica de Berlín: la selección de los críticos

¿Cuáles son las mejores orquestas y directores según los críticos profesionales? ¡La votación de Bachtrack revela los diez mejores!
Interview

Follow my Lieder: Miah Persson

Swedish soprano Miah Persson talks about the world of lieder and the art of putting together a song recital. 
interview

Follow my Lieder: Mark Padmore

Tenor Mark Padmore joins in our 'Follow my Lieder' series and discusses performing with surtitles and how new audiences can approach Lieder recitals. 
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Nielsen 150

Celebrating the Wind Music of Carl Nielsen

An exploration of the wind music – concertos and chamber music – of Carl Nielsen.
Sibelius 150

Sibelius' Symphonies 1 & 2: A violinist’s perspective

An overview of Sibelius' first two symphonies from the perspective of an orchestral violinist. 
Film music article

Korngold: Music for Hollywood

Korngold was one of the great, if not the greatest, composers for film and his style became synonymous with what came to be expected from a Hollywood film score.
film music article

Scoring Shakespeare: from silent film to modern adaptation

In the late 1890s, Shakespeare's plays became a popular source for films and remained one throughout the 20th century. Here's a brief journey through time and some of the most popular films.
film music article

Movie Music à la française

In the “A to Z” of classical French film composers of the past one hundred years, the names Ibert, Milhaud, the two Georges (Auric and Delerue) and les deux Maurices (Jaubert and Jarre) stand out.