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Oeuvre: Symphonie no. 92 en sol majeur « Oxford »

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Fichier de données
CompositeurHaydn, Joseph (1732-1809)
ÉpoqueClassique
Type d'oeuvreOrchestrale
Spectacles à venirEn voir plus...

EdimbourgNikita Naumov plays Eötvös Double Bass Concerto

Bartók, Eötvös, Haydn
Scottish Chamber Orchestra; Thomas Zehetmair; Nikita Naumov

GlasgowNikita Naumov plays Eötvös Double Bass Concerto

Bartók, Eötvös, Haydn
Scottish Chamber Orchestra; Thomas Zehetmair; Nikita Naumov

InvernessNikita Naumov plays Eötvös Double Bass Concerto

Bartók, Eötvös, Haydn
Scottish Chamber Orchestra; Thomas Zehetmair; Nikita Naumov
Critiques récentesEn voir plus...

Helping put Salieri back on the map

Lucía Caruso, Pedro Henriques Da Silva and the Orchestra of the Swan © Pedro Henriques Da Silva
The Orchestra of the Swan and David Curtis are on a mission to rescue the reputation of Mozart's alleged rival and tormentor.

Engaging English entertainment

Jennifer Pike © Tom Barnes
Serebrier and the ECO deliver fine performances of Haydn, Beethoven and Vaughan Williams.  

Nicola Benedetti commands in Szymanowski with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

Nicola Benedetti © Simon Fowler
Nicola Benedetti impresses a packed Birmingham Symphony Hall with her commanding performance of Szymanowski's second violin concerto in a thrilling programme with the CBSO.

Klassik auf höchstem Niveau

Die Wiener Philharmoniker unter der Leitung von Christoph Eschenbach zeigten im Wiener Konzerthaus eine erfrischende Interpretation von Klassikern, die auch für Kenner noch eine Überraschung bereithalten.

A colourful Q & A and an effortless sale

Mitsuko Uchida's dress presented a challenge for the colour-blind eye, but she left no unanswered chromatic questions for the ear. From a dramatically exposed initial entry, through the poignant lyricism of the second movement, to the brilliance of the finale, Uchida's playing was marked by an intensity of thought, mastery of colour, and musical commitment.