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Instrument: Cor anglais

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LondonLSO/Thomas Adès: 50th Birthday Concert

© Mathias Benguigui
Kurtág, Sibelius, Adès
London Symphony Orchestra; Thomas Adès; Christine Pendrill; Christianne Stotijn; Sir Simon Keenlyside

BerlinBeethoven Close-up

Alexander Bader; Walter Seyfarth; Sarah Willis; Stefan Schweigert
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Hans Graf leads the Singapore Symphony Orchestra into a new era

Hans Graf and the SSO © Singapore Symphony Orchestra
It's the beginning of a new era of Singapore Symphony Orchestra history with Hans Graf at the helm offering an impressive performance.
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Adams conducts Adams (and Copland) in Cleveland

John Adams conducts The Cleveland Orchestra © Roger Mastroianni, courtesy of The Cleveland Orchestra
John Adams returned to Cleveland to lead two of his own works – including the local première of Scheherazade.2 – framing Copland’s Quiet City and Appalachian Spring.
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Tone Poem-palooza at Symphony Hall

Four composers from four countries "translate" Shakespeare
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Impressive new English horn concerto in Cleveland

Bernard Rands' new concerto, with Robert Walters as soloist, the centerpiece of a concert that also included Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique.
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Welser-Möst and Tetzlaff score a hit

Dvořák’s “New World” Symphony and Hindemith’s Konzertmusik round out a very satisfying concert.
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Beethoven in Bonn: A legacy in good hands

Bonn is all about Beethoven. His image is everywhere – on one of the first statues built in Germany for a musician in 1845 in the main Munsterplatz by the cathedral, in the tourist office regalia, in directions to the house where he was born in 1770 (now a museum), in the month-long, annual Beethoven Festival, in the 2,000-seat Beethovenhalle, and, most especially, in the orchestra.
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A healthy dose of Strauss

The music of Richard Strauss is dramatic, radical and philosophical. It is also a surprisingly good cure for a February cold; its sheer vitality blows away those winter blues.