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Artiste: Andrew Manze

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ErlangenAndrew Manze conducts Bruckner and Berg

Bruckner, Berg
Bamberger Symphoniker; Andrew Manze; Karen Gomyo

BambergAndrew Manze conducts Bruckner and Berg

Bruckner, Berg
Bamberger Symphoniker; Andrew Manze; Karen Gomyo

SchweinfurtAndrew Manze conducts Bruckner and Berg

Bruckner, Berg
Bamberger Symphoniker; Andrew Manze; Karen Gomyo

RotterdamBeethoven's Ninth

Vaughan Williams, Rijnvos, Beethoven
Orchestre philharmonique de Rotterdam; Andrew Manze; Elizabeth Watts; Marianne Beate Kielland; Daniel Behle; Tareq Nazmi

HelsinkiAndrew Manze & Tami Pohjola

Sibelius, Chostakovitch, Beethoven
Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Andrew Manze; Tami Pohjola
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An unrelentingly beautiful Bruckner 4 in Liverpool

Andrew Manze © Benjamin Ealovega
Andrew Manze conducts the RLPO in a performance of Bruckner in which beauty was always kept to the fore

Beethoven in Edinburgh: alternative drama for election night!

Andrew Manze © Benjamin Ealovega
The SCO’s Beethoven cycle continues with a meaty menu of three symphonies

Manze turns his attention to Vaughan Williams' Job

Andrew Manze © Benjamin Ealovega
A performance Vaughan Williams' Job to truly cherish, with Manze using all his experience to produce a mature and thrilling account of this masterpiece.

Mostly Mozart: Bartók, Vivaldi and... Scandinavian folk music?

Pekka Kuusisto and the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra © Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
The idea of reframing a warhorse of the classical repertory isn't a bad one. Theatre and opera goers have their modern-dress versions of Shakespeare and Mozart. Why not try it with Vivaldi?

From the sublime to the celestial: Piemontesi, Manze and the RLPO

Francesco Piemontesi © Marco Borggreve
Francesco Piemontesi performed Brahms’ monumental second concerto with captivating results, followed by Andrew Manze’s carefully considered interpretation of Mozart’s Jupiter symphony in Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall.