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Artiste: Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra

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OsloInto the Unknown

Dutilleux, Mozart, Thorvaldsdottir, Strauss II, Ravel
Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra; Klaus Mäkelä; Kristian Bezuidenhout
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OsloGustav Mahler, Symphony no. 1, Klaus Mäkela, Oslo Philharmonic

Oslo Philharmonic
Mahler: Symphonie no. 1 en ré majeur « Titan »
Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra; Klaus Mäkelä
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Klaus Mäkelä conducts freshly minted Sibelius in Oslo

Klaus Mäkelä conducts the Oslo Philharmonic © Rune Bendiksen

Klaus Mäkelä and the Oslo Philharmonic celebrate Sibelius’ 155th anniversary in a programme containing lively Kodály, dreamy Debussy and ethereal Gupta.

A directionless Mahler 9 in Oslo

Vasily Petrenko © Svetlana Tarlova
Vasily Petrenko and the Oslo Philharmonic's Mahler Nine seemed unaware of what it wanted to be, resulting in a frustratingly directionless, disjointed concert.

Formidable technique, Norwegian flair: Andsnes and the Oslo Phil

Leif Ove Andsnes and the Oslo Philharmonic © Tom Howard/Barbican
Grieg's Piano Concerto is the highlight of this closing concert of the Oslo Phil's centenary tour, with Leif Ove Andsnes' exceptional technical skill helping to cast the work in a new and flattering light.

Oslo Philharmonic takes an unusual approach to two masterpieces

Leif Ove Andsnes © Cătălina Filip
Andnes’ rendition was a typical battle between Dionysian and Apollonian, won by the latter.

Grieg without trolls: Oslo Philharmonic at Sage Gateshead

Vasily Petrenko © Mark McNulty
The Oslo Philharmonic and Vasily Petrenko with Nikolai Lugansky bring Delius, Grieg and a sublime Sibelius Fifth Symphony to Sage Gateshead.

Noche hipnótica con Trpčeski y Petrenko

El pianista Simon Trpčeski © Simon Fowler
La Orquesta Filarmónica de Oslo, con el laureado Vasily Petrenko a la batuta, en Madrid, un concierto remarcable en el que el solista, Simon Trpčeski, demostró una técnica y claridad pianística abrumadora.