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Obra: Violin Concerto in B minor

Buscador de conciertos de música clásica, óperas, espectáculos de ballet y danza
Datos
CompositorWalton, William (1902-1983)
PeriodoSiglo XX
Tipo de obraOrchestral
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© Benjamin Ealovega
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London Philharmonic Orchestra; Edward Gardner; James Ehnes

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Kansai Philharmonic Orchestra; Sachio Fujioka; Mayuko Kamio
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Stunning concert of English music by BBC Phil

James Ehnes © Benjamin Ealovega
James Ehnes was an ideal soloist in Walton's Violin Concerto, well partnered by John Wilson and the BBC Philharmonic, with atmospheric Bax and a powerful Vaughan Williams 4.

Water-sprites, tarantulas and icy landscapes

Tasmin Little © Benjamin Ealovega
The final pair of Sibelius symphonies is memorably performed by the LPO under Osmo Vänskä, with Tasmin Little as the authoritative soloist in Walton's violin concerto.

Ehnes and Litton enthuse in an all-English programme

Canadian soloist James Ehnes and guest conductor Andrew Litton gave an unsentimental and appealing performance of an all-English programme.

Prom 35: Søndergård charts a sure progress through Sibelius’ Fifth

Inspired by the sight of sixteen swans in flight, the great swinging horn call in the final movement of Sibelius Fifth Symphony is one of the most life-affirming moments in the composer’s output. If this ‘Swan Hymn’ glowed rather than blazed brightly last night, it was the journey there which impressed in the hands of Thomas Søndergård, Principal Conductor of the BBC National Orchestra of Wales.

Prom 21: CBSO Triumphant!

An 'immense glow and sumptuousness' were the words that Richard Strauss, aged just twenty-four, chose to describe the sound at the première of his tone poem, Don Juan, in 1889. 122 years later another young conductor found similar qualities with his orchestra.