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Las Palmas de Gran CanariaSinfonía fantástica de Berlioz

Sinfonía fantástica de Berlioz
Weber, Piazzolla, Berlioz
Orquesta Filarmónica de Gran Canaria; Jean-Claude Casadesus; Ksenija Sidorova

HalleBaroque Lounge II: Stigie larve - spectres of hell

Candida Guida; Marcello Nisinman; Alberto Mersica; Winfried Holzenkamp

LondonJoyce DiDonato: Songplay

Joyce DiDonato; Chuck Israels; Charlie Porter; James Madison

AmsterdamJoyce DiDonato: Songplay

© Simon van Boxtel
to be announced
Joyce DiDonato; Craig Terry; Chuck Israels; Charlie Porter

CologneJoyce DiDonato: Songplay

Giordani, Caccini, Wrubel, Parisotti, Bock, Torelli, Ellington, Isham Jones, Marcello, Paisiello, Shearing, Confrey, Scheer, Rodgers
Joyce DiDonato; Craig Terry; Chuck Israels; James Madison

DortmundSeason Finale with Joyce DiDonato

Various
Joyce DiDonato; Lautaro Greco; Charlie Porter; Chuck Israels

ParisMosalini, Astor Piazzolla

Piazzolla
Juan José Mosalini; Ivo de Greef; Musiciens de l'Orchestre National de France; Nicolas Vaslier
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Cartagena International Music Festival celebrates 10 years

A free public concert with Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and celebrated friends chosen for the 10th anniversary celebrations of the Colombian festival.
***11
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Unión Tanguera Nuit Blanche

French-Argentine Unión Tanguera is keeping us up at night at Cal Performances in Berkeley with Nuit Blanche, their imaginative evolution of tango.
****1
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Earthy tango from Mr McFall's Chamber in Piazzolla's María de Buenos Aires

Mr McFall’s Chamber has a reputation for bringing surprise and delight to audiences, with a track record of unusual and compelling repertoire, often collaborating with both local and international artists.
****1
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A somewhat Spanish evening with the Oslo Philharmonic

Last Thursday’s concert with the Oslo Philharmonic featured four pieces with little or no connection to each other, other than three of the pieces being either written by Spanish-speaking composers or actually being about Spain. Yet, apart from one piece, it all came together into a rather coherent whole.The concert began with Jacques Ibert’s Bacchanale.
****1
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Emotionally charged exhilaration with the Hong Kong Philharmonic

It is bold for an Asian orchestra to tackle a programme of works with a strong and vibrant ethnic character. We got far more than we bargained for in the concert titled “Bravo! Piazzolla” by the Hong Kong Philharmonic on Friday, not only in terms of the generous encores but more so of the quality of performance.
****1
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Glorvigen, Arming et l’Orchestre National d’Île-de-France : gravir l’Aconcagua

Per Arne Glorvigen © Per Arne Glorvigen
L'Orchestre National d'Île-de-France, emmené par Christian Arming, proposait l'ouverture des Noces de Figaro, la Symphonie n°7 de Beethoven et, entre les deux, le rarement entendu Concerto pour Bandonéon d'Astor Piazzolla, avec Per Arne Glorvigen en soliste.
***11
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