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Artiste: Simon Halsey

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LondresJames MacMillan - St John Passion

MacMillan: St John Passion
London Symphony Orchestra; Simon Halsey; Marcus Farnsworth; London Symphony Chorus; Gianandrea Noseda

LondresLSO: Always Playing

LSO: Always Playing
Verdi: Requiem
London Symphony Orchestra; Simon Halsey; Erika Grimaldi; Daniela Barcellona; Francesco Meli; Michele Pertusi

LondresLSO: Always Playing

LSO: Always Playing
Mahler: Symphonie no. 2 en ut mineur 'Résurrection'
London Symphony Orchestra; Simon Halsey; Christiane Karg; Anna Larsson; London Symphony Chorus; Semyon Bychkov

LondresSinging Day: Roots & Origins – Back to Bach

Simon Halsey, Chef de choeur

LondresLSO Artist Portrait: Antoine Tamestit

Walton, Tippett
London Symphony Orchestra; Alan Gilbert; Antoine Tamestit; London Symphony Chorus; Simon Halsey
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Eine Engelgazelle vom Himmel: Berg und Beethoven in Baden-Baden

Lisa Batiashvili und Sir Simon Rattle © Manolo Press | Michael Bode
Alban Bergs Zwölftonmusik trifft auf Ludwig van Beethovens klassische Strenge: Sir Simon Rattle wagt einen Vergleich.

A Beethoven Ninth to remember from Rattle and the LSO

Sir Simon Rattle conducts the LSO © Candice Witton

Is it still permitted to play the Adagio of Beethoven's Ninth like this?

Outstanding Beethoven, disappointing Berg from the LSO

Sir Simon Rattle and the LSO in Berg and Beethoven © Mark Allan
With fabulous solo singing from Pavol Breslik and Elsa Dreisig, Beethoven's only oratorio Christ on the Mount of Olives turns out to be a gem. Sadly, the Berg Violin Concerto misses the mark.

Mirga's Mahler: the Symphony of a Thousand in Birmingham

The CBSO performs Mahler's Symphony no. 8 at Birmingham Symphony Hall © Andrew Fox
Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla approached the Eighth with a clear vision of the music’s structure and a plan to free the life that teems beneath its mighty vaults.

Autumnal Elgar and visceral Bartók from Roth, Weilerstein and the LSO

François-Xavier Roth © Holger Talinski
At once visceral and disciplined, Roth drew scintillating playing from each section, none more so than the woodwind.