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LondonHéloïse Werner & The Hermes Experiment

Héloïse Werner & The Hermes Experiment
Werner: The Other Side of the Sea
Héloïse Werner; Oliver Pashley; Anne Denholm; Marianne Schofield

StockholmSoup concert: Brahms' Quintet for clarinet and strings

Soup concert: Brahms'  Quintet for clarinet and strings
Brahms: Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op.115
Alf Hörberg; Grop Mikael Sjögren; Johannes Lörstad; Johannes Rostamo

StockholmStenhammar, Norman, Hummel

Stenhammar, Norman, Hummel
Stenhammar, Norman, Hummel
Amus Kerstin Andersson; Mikael Sjögren; Maria Frankel; Jan Bengtson

New York CityJupiter Symphony Chamber Players: The Kreutzer Connection

Kreutzer, Beethoven, Mendelssohn
Avery Gagliano; Stefan Milenkovich; Claire Bourg; Maurycy Banaszek

CardiffEuropean Union Chamber Orchestra

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Warlock, Mozart, Barber, Haydn
European Union Chamber Orchestra; Hans-Peter Hofmann; Emma Johnson
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Concerto night at Atlanta Symphony Hall

Robert Spano conducts the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra © Jeff Roffman
Robert Spano leads the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra in a powerful performance of Gandolfi's inspired Imaginary Numbers.
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A night of light entertainment with the Knights at Carnegie Hall

The Knights in Zankel Hall © Pete Checchia

With an old swing tune, a retrofitted Ligeti piece, a Syrian wedding and a Vivaldi sinfonia, the Knights mixed old and new without quite blending the two.

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Extending traditions: Jörg Widmann and the Hagen Quartet

Jörg Widmann © 2019 Steve J. Sherman
In Mozart's Clarinet Quintet, the dialogue between instruments, underlined by changes in moods and textures, had an operatic quality.
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Playful, creative and joyous: Pekka Kuusisto directs the SCO

Pekka Kuusisto © Kaapo Kamu

Pekka Kuusisto’s direction of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra is playful, creative and joyous in a mixed programme from Biber to Bartók, Haydn to Messiaen wrapped round with Ravel.

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Believing in the music: Martin Fröst and the RSPO

Martin Fröst © Mats Bäcker
Works by Rolf Liebermann, Mozart and Mahler recently brought down the house at Zurich’s Tonhalle Maag, in no small part because of Martin Fröst’s illuminating performance.
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