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Performer: Benjamin Appl

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JūrmalaSinger Benjamin Appl’s solo concert

Singer Benjamin Appl’s solo concert
Schubert, Reger, Brahms, Schreker, Strauss R., Strauss, Poulenc, Britten, Vaughan Williams, Bishop, Warlock, Ireland, Grieg
Benjamin Appl, Barítono

BarcelonaDichterliebe with Benjamin Appl

Dichterliebe with Benjamin Appl
Schumann, Mendelssohn
Benjamin Appl; Kristian Bezuidenhout

GenevaBenjamin Appl

Schubert: Winterreise (W. Müller), D.911
Benjamin Appl; Graham Johnson

EstocolmoBenjamin Appl and Magnus Svensson

Benjamin Appl and Magnus Svensson
Benjamin Appl; Magnus Svensson

LiverpoolPetrenko’s Mahler I

Petrenko’s Mahler I
Webern, Schubert, Mahler
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Vasily Petrenko; Benjamin Appl
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Norrington and LPO provide emotion and insight in Dido and Aeneas

Sir Roger Norrington © Manfred Esser
Sir Roger Norrington and a strong cast joined a Baroque-style London Philharmonic Orchestra in a highly accomplished Dido and Aeneas, preceded by Handel’s clean and stately Water Music.

Not quite the Messiah at the Royal Albert Hall

Benjamin Appl © Uwe Arens | Sony Classical
Competent if underwhelming Handel from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Maxim Emelyanchev.

Striking intimacy from Britten's War Requiem in Liverpool

Andrew Manze, Ed Lyon and Benjamin Appl © Mark McNulty
The RLPO and NDR Radiophilharmonie Hannover join forces for Britten's War Requiem.

War Requiem floods Westminster Cathedral with compassion

Benjamin Appl © Lars Borges | Sony Classical
It was especially effective to hear the line “One ever hangs where shelled roads part” with the vast hanging crucifix with its portrait of Christ dominating the scene behind.

Dausgaard and Seattle Symphony take on an early Sibelius epic

Thomas Dausgaard © Brandon Patoc
Thomas Dausgaard, Seattle Symphony’s Music Director Designate, arrived in town to lead the orchestra and its chorus in an impassioned account of Kullervo, the rarely heard Sibelius epic.