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Intérprete: Sir Mark Elder

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GlasgowEin Heldenleben with Sir Mark Elder

Wagner, Mozart, Strauss R.
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra; Sir Mark Elder; Sophie Bevan

CoventryHallé Orchestra with Sir Mark Elder

Vaughan Williams, Mozart, Sibelius
The Hallé; Sir Mark Elder; Elisabeth Brauß

ValenciaMark Elder dirige la Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana

Stravinsky, Strauss R.
Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana; Sir Mark Elder; Cor de la Generalitat Valenciana
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ÁmsterdamSunday Morning Concerts: Beethoven, Maier

Beethoven, Maier
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra; Sir Mark Elder; Isabelle Faust
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An unforgettable Mahler 3 from The Hallé and Sir Mark Elder

A memorable performance of Mahler's epic Third Symphony at Manchester's Bridgewater Hall.

Worthy to sit beside Bach? MacMillan's Christmas Oratorio

The LPO and London Philharmonic Choir are on outstanding form for a new major choral work to tell the Christmas story.

Elder's Hallé programme a powerful reminder of what we've missed

Boris Giltburg joins The Hallé for Rachmaninov's Fourth Piano Concerto, the emotional heart of the evening.

Three symphonies and a little extra from The Hallé and Sir Mark Elder

The Hallé and Sir Mark Elder give heart-warming performances of symphonies by Haydn and Brahms, while The Hallé Choir returns after a long break with Stravinsky's Symphony of Psalms

A fantastic start to The Hallé's new season at The Bridgewater Hall

Benjamin Grosvenor's account of Ravel's Piano Concerto was outstanding in a Hallé concert with powerful Vaughan Williams and Sibelius, plus a novelty by Thea Musgrave.

Echoes and pre-echoes: Sir Mark Elder and The Hallé at the Proms

At the Proms the splendour of Saint-Saëns’ Organ Symphony provides a contrast to but also a parallel with Beethoven’s Fourth Piano Concerto in a welcome visit by The Hallé and Sir Mark Elder with Benjamin Grosvenor.