Yuri Temirkanov and the Philharmonia deliver exhilarating and sublime Tchaikovsky, while the increasingly impressive Sergey Khachatryan produces a mature and thoroughly absorbing Sibelius Violin Concerto.
Superb Schubert followed by some altogether more mysterious and disorientating Mahler makes for a Sunday night treat at the Royal Festival Hall with the Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Josep Pons.
The Tokyo Symphony gave the Japanese première of Shostakovich's Tenth in 1954, less than a year after its first performance in Leningrad. Jonathan Nott’s approach could scarcely have been more different.
Part of Dance Umbrella, Laura Dannequin’s installation The Secret Slowness of Movement at the David Roberts Arts Foundation promises a refuge “to slow down, slow dance, or slow be” but succeeds only partly.