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Intérprete: Osmo Vänskä

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BirminghamOsmo Vänskä: Sibelius and Beethoven

© Felix Broede
Sibelius, Beethoven
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Osmo Vänskä; Ning Feng

MinneapolisGerstein Plays Rachmaninoff: Paganini Rhapsody

Rachmaninov, Stravinsky
Minnesota Orchestra; Osmo Vänskä; Kirill Gerstein

SeoulFolksongs and Fireworks

Enescu, Tchaikovsky, Lutosławski
Seoul Philharmonic; Osmo Vänskä; Alexandre Kantorow

SeoulOld Tunes, New Worlds

Stravinsky, Hindemith, Vaughan Williams, Elgar
Seoul Philharmonic; Osmo Vänskä

MinneapolisFei Xie Plays Mozart

Fagerlund, Mozart, Saariaho, Enescu
Minnesota Orchestra; Osmo Vänskä; Fei Xie
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Three from ’05: plenty to take away from the LPO’s latest 2020 Visions

Osmo Vänskä conducts the LPO © Sisi Burn

A rare Enescu symphony makes an appearance in the latest of the LPO’s year-long series exploring works across the centuries.

A Rautavaara rarity from Osmo Vänskä and the LPO

Osmo Vänskä © Joel Larson
As part of the LPO’s 2020 Vision series of concerts, a hotchpotch of works were gathered together to produce a rather mixed bag of an evening. 

Vänskä conducts Italian symphonies by non-Italians in Cleveland

Osmo Vänskä © Lisa-Marie Mazzucco
Symphonies by Barber and Mendelssohn offered two distinct portrayals of Italy in Osmo Vänskä’s Cleveland Orchestra program.

Vänskä, Lisiecki and the LPO take the scenic route

Osmo Vänskä © Joel Larson
Continuing its series of landmark classics inspired by the British Isles, the London Philharmonic conducted by Osmo Vänskä showcases Bax before moving north to traverse the Nordic landscapes of Grieg and Sibelius.

Prom 31: An all-American concert from Minnesota Orchestra and Vänskä

Osmo Vänskä © BBC | Chris Chistodoulou
The Minnesota Orchestra’s visit offered a chance to hear Gershwin’s Piano Concerto and Ives’ Symphony no. 2, though the former suffered somewhat from an absence of spark.