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Musique classique, opéra, ballet et danse en Belfast, Royaume-uni

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Anu Tali brings swan songs to Belfast

Anu Tali © Kabir Cardenas
In an unusual programme, with Finnish music from Rautavaara and Sibelius, separated by Walton, the Ulster Orchestra and Anu Tali find all the subtleties in the music.  

A night of Russian passion with the Ulster Orchestra

Francesca Dego © Davide Cerati
Taking a very different approach to programming for Valentine’s Day, Daniele Rustioni attracts a full-house to the Ulster Hall with Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky. Francesca Dego is outstanding in Shostakovich’s First Violin Concerto.

Howard Shelley’s 70th birthday celebration with the Ulster Orchestra

Howard Shelley © Eric Richmond
Howard Shelley returns to Belfast, bringing vitality to a programme in which he convinced with infectious interpretations. 

Bavouzet shines in Bartók with the Ulster Orchestra

Jean-Efflam Bavouzet © Benjamin Ealovega
In an evening of Hungarian and Bohemian inspired music, Jean-Efflam Bavouzet sparkles in a performance of Bartók’s Third Piano Concerto.

Rustioni returns to Belfast with heroic tales of love and death

Daniele Rustioni © Davide Cerati
From the trials in love of a libertine, through the death of an angel, to the rise of an emperor, Rustioni takes charge of a rollercoaster evening of emotional turbulence.

Andrew Litton’s vivid Anglo-American perspectives in Belfast

Andrew Litton © Steve J Sherman
Litton’s experienced hands reveal deep understandings of Copland, Barber and Walton, delivering a programme of stark emotional contrasts.