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LondonBach B Minor Mass: London Bach Singers & Feinstein Ensemble

Bach: Mass in B minor, BWV232
Martin Feinstein; London Bach Singers; Feinstein Ensemble

LondonThe Sixteen: Choral Pilgrimage 2021 - The Call of Rome

Victoria, des Prez, Anerio, Allegri
Harry Christophers; The Sixteen

PragueAdvent Concert I

Handel, Bach, Thuri, Traditional
Vojtěch Jouza; Czech Double Reed Society; Instrument Society; En Arché Chamber Choir; Jana Brožková

SalzburgSWR Symphonieorchester · Pascal

Huber, Nono, Scelsi
SWR Symphony Orchestra; Jörn Hinnerk Andresen; Bachchor Salzburg; Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart; Maxime Pascal
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From darkness to light: Beethoven 9 in Helsinki

The traditional end of year performance of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony took on extra significance in this, his 250th anniversary year. 
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The Sixteen provide welcome Music for Reflection in difficult times

The Sixteen contribute intimate Music for Reflection to Voces8's Live from London series.
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Spectacular views and musical serenades at the Davos Festival

If ever there were an original programme at one of Switzerland’s esteemed summer festivals, this Festivalwanderung was it.
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Take Me to Church: Tiefsinn at the Davos Festival

Staged in the town’s quaint St Johann Church, the Davos Festival’s “Tiefsinn” concert featured a fine choir and soloists, saxophone quartet, chamber orchestra and a dauntless solo cellist.
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Philip Glass and David Byrne's Knee Plays

The Knee Plays was an unusual selection to kick off a Philip Glass celebration, but the engaging production spoke to a time and associations in the composer's career.
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Beethoven 250: Eroica and curiosities from the BBC Philharmonic

Ben Gernon conducts the BBC Philharmonic in an all Beethoven programme centered around the monumental Third Symphony.
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True Grimes: a gripping semi-staging of Britten’s opera

A psychologically penetrating semi-staging of Britten’s Peter Grimes from leading soloists, the Bergen Philharmonic and its chief conductor Ed Gardner laid bare the opera’s music and drama.

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