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Oeuvre: Ah! perfido, Op.65

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Fichier de données
CompositeurBeethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827)
ÉpoqueRomantique
Année1796
Type d'oeuvreScène ou aria d'opéra
Spectacles à venirEn voir plus...

PamplonaMozart y Beethoven

Mozart y Beethoven
Mozart, Beethoven
Orquesta Sinfónica de Navarra; Manuel Hernández Silva; Beatriz Diaz

TudelaMozart y Beethoven

Mozart y Beethoven
Mozart, Beethoven
Orquesta Sinfónica de Navarra; Manuel Hernández Silva; Beatriz Diaz

ViennaBeethoven: Große Akademie von 1808

Beethoven
Wiener Symphoniker; Heinz Ferlesch; Nicholas Angelich; Jacquelyn Wagner; Anke Vondung; Allan Clayton

ParisVienna Symphony / Beethoven: Great Academy 1808 (1)

Beethoven
Wiener Symphoniker; Marc Korovitch; Nicholas Angelich; Jacquelyn Wagner; Anke Vondung; Allan Clayton

BarcelonaBeethoven250 II: Ono dirige la Quinta

© © Christian Stelling
Beethoven, Parra
Orquestra Simfònica de Barcelona i Nacional de Catalunya; Kazushi Ono; Michaela Kaune; Georg Nigl
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Andrey Baranov's powerful Shostakovich with the Belgrade Philharmonic

Andrey Baranov, Daniel Raiskin and the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra © Marko Djokovic | Belgrade Philharmonic
Andrey Baranov's stunning performance of Shostakovich's harrowing Violin concerto no. 1 with Daniel Raiskin and the Belgrade Philharmonic overshadowed the other items in the programme.

Fabulous Mozart from Nicole Car in eclectic Sydney programme

Nicole Car © Georges Antoni
Bracing and emotionally direct performances from the Australian Chamber Orchestra and Nicole Car, in a carefully-planned programme.

Viennese classics from the BSO

Nicholas McGegan © Steve J Sherman
A dazzling soloist from the orchestra’s ranks and a charming Schubert symphony with conductor Nicholas McGegan

Bringing a taste of Vienna to Auckland

The wide variety of music Vienna has provided over the last couple of centuries was effectively on display here in Auckland.

CBSO and Andris Nelsons: Beethoven 4 and 5

Andris Nelsons passed the halfway stage of his Birmingham Beethoven cycle with brilliantly muscular accounts of the Fourth and Fifth Symphonies and a glossy performance of the concert aria Ah! Perfido.The CBSO made a compelling case for the Fourth Symphony, an arguably overlooked work described by Schumann as sitting between the “Two Norse giants” that are the Third and Fifth.