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Artiste: Sir Andrew Davis

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EdimbourgAriadne auf Naxos (concert performance)

Strauss R.: Ariadne auf Naxos
Sir Andrew Davis; Louisa Muller; Dorothea Röschmann; Brenda Rae; Catriona Morison; David Butt Philip

Lyond'Indy, Rachmaninov, Strauss

d'Indy, Rachmaninov, Strauss R.
Orchestre National de Lyon; Sir Andrew Davis; Jean-Efflam Bavouzet

TorontoEhnes plays Beethoven

LeBel, Strauss R., Beethoven
Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Sir Andrew Davis; James Ehnes
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MelbourneThe Lark Ascending

Britten, Lutosławski, Vaughan Williams, Rachmaninov
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra; Sir Andrew Davis; Richard Tognetti

EdimbourgAriadne auf Naxos (concert performance)

Strauss R.: Ariadne auf Naxos
Sir Andrew Davis; Louisa Muller; Dorothea Röschmann; Brenda Rae; Catriona Morison; David Butt Philip
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A fine Music Makers in a watery themed Prom

Warmly affectionate Vaughan Williams contrasting with angular and psychologically charged Wood, followed by an emotional performance of Elgar's The Music Makers.

Götterdämmerung: a truly fabulous end to the EIF Ring

The EIF’s cycle comes to a fabulous end with RSNO and Andrew Davis leading a luxury cast, Christine Goerke’s emotionally powerful Brünnhilde a highlight. 

Songs without words from Davis and the BBCSO

The BBC Symphony Orchestra and its conductor laureate Sir Andrew Davis brought three seemingly disparate orchestral works, united by their songfulness and ravishing sounds, vividly to life.

To sleep perchance to dream? Sir Andrew Davis leads the BSO

John Harbison's Second Symphony takes the listener from Dawn to Darkness, while Vaughan Williams' Fifth offers “the similitude of a dream” in Boston. 

Sir Andrew Davis leads Elgar’s Gerontius in Melbourne

The double choir triumphs in the MSO’s massive, mostly successful attack on an English choral masterpiece all too rarely performed in Australia.

Soloists and orchestra shine in MSO Opening Gala

A celebration of composer, soloist and orchestral excellence in an eclectic, if slightly eccentric, gala opening program to launch the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra's 2018 season.