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Work: Concierto para piano núm. 2 en fa mayor, Op.102

CompositorShostakovich, Dmitri (1906-1975)
PeriodoSiglo XX
Tipo de obraOrchestral
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Teton VillageShostaovich's Piano Concerto

Clyne, Shostakovich, Debussy, Britten
Festival Orchestra; Donald Runnicles; Denis Kozhukhin

Teton VillageShostakovich's Piano Concerto

Clyne, Shostakovich, Debussy, Britten
Festival Orchestra; Donald Runnicles; Denis Kozhukhin

Nueva YorkMozart à la Haydn

Haydn, Shostakovich, Schnittke, Mozart
Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra; Louis Langrée; Steven Osborne

ÁmsterdamDejan Lazić, Shostakovich and Beethoven

© Susie Knoll
Strauss R., Shostakovich, Beethoven
Nederlands Kamerorkest; Dejan Lazić; Gordan Nikolić

ÁmsterdamNikolić and Lazić: Shostakovich and Beethoven

© Ronald Knapp
Strauss R., Shostakovich, Beethoven
Netherlands Chamber Orchestra; Sietse-Jan Weijenberg; Dejan Lazić; Gordan Nikolić
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Cuando la prisa es mala consejera

Interpretación vertiginosa y febril de la Novena de Beethoven, con una dirección de Gergiev profundamente caprichosa y un Orfeón sobresaliente.  

Fireworks from Yuja Wang in Turkey

Yuja Wang and the Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg © Ali Guler
Daredevil piano playing and luscious Stravinsky at the 47th Istanbul Music Festival.

Bychkov and the BBCSO matchless in Shostakovich 11

Semyon Bychkov conducting the BBCSO at the Proms © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
No one who had ever doubted the stature of the Eleventh could do so after this.

Hrůša’s Slavic canvas and the mystery of Kabeláč

Jakub Hrůša © Andreas Herzau
Dvořák’s Slavonic Dances were a treat and Simon Trpčeski was characteristically glistening in Shostakovich, but the surprise package turned out to be a rarely heard work by Kabeláč.

Prom 32: Inside Shostakovich’s Ninth with Aurora Orchestra

Nicholas Collon © BBC | Chris Chistodoulou
A remarkable feat of memorisation – a whole orchestra and no music! – made for an illuminating and exciting introduction to the Soviet composer's “victory” symphony.