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Sala: Cadogan Hall, Londres

Address5 Sloane Terrace
Greater London
Reino Unido
Google maps51° 29' 37.640" N 0° 9' 26.456" W
enero 2020
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LondresEnglish Chamber Orchestra with Ana de la Vega & Ramon Ortega Quero

Cimarosa, Elgar, Haydn, Stamitz, Mozart
English Chamber Orchestra; Ana de la Vega; Ramón Ortega Quero

LondresOrchestre National de Lille

Orchestre National de Lille
Ravel, Debussy, Beethoven
Orchestre National de Lille; Alexandre Bloch; Eric Lu

LondresIceland Symphony Orchestra

Iceland Symphony Orchestra
Bizet, Ravel, Thorvaldsdottir, Prokofiev
Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Yan Pascal Tortelier; Yeol Eum Son

LondresThe Sixteen: Acis & Galatea

The Sixteen: Acis & Galatea
Handel: Acis and Galatea
The Orchestra of The Sixteen; Harry Christophers; Grace Davidson; Jeremy Budd; Mark Dobell; Simon Berridge

LondresMendelssohn's Elijah

Mendelssohn's Elijah
Mendelssohn: Elías
Hilary Davan Wetton; Elin Manahan Thomas; Katie Bray; Ed Lyon; Colin Schachat

LondresHibla Gerzmava

Hibla Gerzmava
Hibla Gerzmava; Ekaterina Ganelina

LondresOrchestral Valentines

Orchestral Valentines
Barry, Chopin, Elgar, Jarre, Mancini, Mascagni, Massenet, Rachmaninov, Rota, Steiner, Tchaikovsky, Verdi
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Paul Bateman; Clare Hammond; Petroc Trelawny

LondresEnglish Chamber Orchestra & Leia Zhu

Mendelssohn, Dvořák, Schubert
English Chamber Orchestra; Joseph Wolfe; Leia Zhu
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The RPO making sense of Shostakovich: a thrilling Ninth

Kian Soltani © Juventino Mateo
Shelley and the RPO make sense of Shostakovich with lush Glazunov, tight Borodin and dazzling Prokofiev with Kian Soltani.

Mahler's Third struggles to coalesce in Cadogan Hall

Pietari Inkinen conducts the Prague Symphony Orchestra © Jan Slavík
Pietari Inkinen conducts the Prague Symphony Orchestra in Mahler's monumental Third Symphony. 

A night of grand gestures from the Moscow Philharmonic and Simonov

Yuri Simonov © Ivan Simonov

Yuri Simonov showcases his musicians in ballet scores by Tchaikovsky and Khachaturian, while Alexandra Dăriescu embraces the Romantic spirit in Rachmaninov.

In Rimsky's Kitezh, Gergiev eventually weaves some Russian magic

Valery Gergiev conducts the Mariinsky Orchestra © Luke Toddfrey
In Gergiev's late, late show, Mao Fujita impresses in Tchaikovsky, but episodes from Berlioz' Roméo et Juliette are given a Shakespearean speed read. 

Matvey Demin’s stellar UK debut flanked by an invigorated Gergiev

Matvey Demin © Matvey Demin

Gergiev, Demin, and the Mariinsky Orchestra deliver a performance full of vitality, virtuosity, and determination.

Anglo-Russian repertoire as the BSFO closes its first tour

Jan Latham-Koenig © Luke Toddfrey
Making its London debut, the BSFO and Jan Latham-Koenig make an impression in both British and Russian classics. 

The Knussen Chamber Orchestra makes its Proms debut

Ryan Wigglesworth © Benjamin Ealovega
The Knussen Chamber Orchestra with Ryan Wigglesworth debuts at the Proms with music by Knussen, Birtwistle, Waley-Cohen, Abrahamsen and Putt.

Silesian Quartet makes a strong case for Weinberg and Bacewicz

Silesian Quartet © Magdalena Jodłowska
Polish-born composers Grażyna Bacewicz and Mieczysław Weinberg have not been part of the so-called “musical canon”, but in recent decades we have been fortunate to witness a revival in their music.