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Artiste: Pablo González

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BarcelonaDresden Philharmonic: Ein Heldenleben

© Marco Borggreve
Beethoven, Strauss R.
Dresdner Philharmonie; Pablo González; Elisabeth Leonskaja

MadridDebussy, Ravel, Tjeknavorian

Debussy, Ravel, Tjeknavorian
Debussy, Ravel, Tjeknavorian
Orquesta Sinfónica de RTVE; Pablo González; Emmanuel Tjeknavorian; Coro de RTVE; Steve Davislim

MadridSzymanowski, Strauss

Szymanowski, Strauss
Fauré, Ravel, Dvořák
Orquesta Sinfónica de RTVE; Pablo González; Yeol Eum Son
Critiques récentesEn voir plus...

A Faint-Hearted Fanfare

Barry Douglas © Mark Harrison
An all-Russian programme of favourite works opens the Hallé’s 160th season.  

A drab Don Giovanni from the Glyndebourne Tour

A lack of inspiration and dull staging is a serious hindrance to the second of Glyndebourne's touring productions.

Un paseo por el tiempo: distintos siglos, distintas manos, distintas imágenes.

La Orquesta Sinfónica de Madrid ofreció un recital variado que deambulaba entre la sonoridad abigarrada de Buide, el melodismo atractivo de Prokófiev y la creatividad seductora de Músorgski. 

A stellar Mahler 3 from the OBC

Truly sublime playing and singing from the massed forces in Barcelona's L'Auditori perfectly showcased Mahler's genius ability to evoke whole worlds.

A Romantic night out: Dvořák, Tchaikovsky and Brahms at the Dallas Symphony

Mirroring the January ritual of all who indulge in one final dessert-binge before dieting to honor ill-fated New Year’s resolutions, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra got plenty of Romanticism out of their system this weekend before their Mozart Festival, set to last the remainder of this month.

Mixed Russian music from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and Pablo Gonzalez

Spaniard Pablo Gonzalez made his second appearance with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic in an all-Russian programme of mixed success, pairing a slightly routine Rachmaninov Second Piano Concerto with a thrilling account of Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade.Gonzalez and soloist H.J.