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Intérprete: Yeol Eum Son

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SingaporeYeol Eum Son plays Mozart

© Youngsoo Joe
Weber, Mozart, Sibelius
Singapore Symphony Orchestra; Vasily Petrenko; Yeol Eum Son

ÁmsterdamSaint-Saëns' Organ Symphony and Yeol Eum Son plays Mozart

Saint-Saëns' Organ Symphony and Yeol Eum Son plays Mozart
Berlioz, Mozart, Widor, Saint-Saëns
Residentie Orkest The Hague; Nicholas Collon; Yeol Eum Son; Olivier Latry

ÁmsterdamRavel's Piano Concerto in G and Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition

© Marco Borggreve
Borodin, Ravel, Mussorgsky
Residentie Orkest The Hague; Pablo González; Yeol Eum Son

WellingtonSpirit

Wagner, Mozart, Prokófiev
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; Vasily Petrenko; Yeol Eum Son

AucklandSpirit

Wagner, Mozart, Prokófiev
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; Vasily Petrenko; Yeol Eum Son
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Iceland Symphony demonstrates its mettle in UK debut tour

The Iceland Symphony Orchestra © Benjamin Ealovega
A bold programme from an orchestra with a bold sound as the ISO trails in the wake of Storm Ciara on its debut UK tour. 

An unrelentingly beautiful Bruckner 4 in Liverpool

Andrew Manze © Benjamin Ealovega
Andrew Manze conducts the RLPO in a performance of Bruckner in which beauty was always kept to the fore

Prom 7: Wellber moves through the gears with BBC Phil

Yeol Eum Son and the BBC Philharmonic © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Wellber may have lots planned for the BBC Philharmonic over the coming years, but this exciting programme showed that he didn’t want to waste any time delivering.

Paradise Regained: a heavenly evening with Aurora

Ben Griffiths performs Dark with Excessive Bright © Nick Rutter
Missy Mazzoli's double bass concerto receives its UK premiere as part of Kings Place's Venus Unwrapped season. 

A challenging Bruckner Seventh in Birmingham

Omer Meir Wellber © Tato Baeza
The CBSO chose a programme that was ostensibly simple, but proved to be deceptively difficult.