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LiverpoolEnsemble 10/10

Kontou, Tabakova, Britten
Geoffrey Paterson; Jennifer Johnston; Ensemble 10/10

PragueCzech Philharmonic Jazz Band / Advent Concert III

Czech Philharmonic
Tomáš Kopáček; Czech Philharmonic Jazz Band

LondonSt Matthew Passion

© Marco Borggreve
Bach: St Matthew Passion, BWV244
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment; Mark Padmore; Mary Bevan; Paula Murrihy; Samuel Hasselhorn

LondonPekka Kuusisto / Norwegian Chamber Orchestra

Tarrodi, Mazzoli, Bach, Muhly
Norwegian Chamber Orchestra; Pekka Kuusisto

LondonErollyn Wallen: Dido’s Ghost

Wallen, Purcell
John Butt; Dunedin Consort; Frederic Wake-Walker


Maintz, Bartók, Mozart, Grieg
Gürzenich Orchestra; Natalie Chee; Blaž Šparovec

MontrealLa voix humaine/ L'hiver attend beaucoup de moi

Poulenc, Jobidon
Esther Gonthier; Solène Paré; Opéra de Montréal; France Bellemare; Vanessa Croome; Florence Bourget
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Purcell “Songes & Ayres” from the Lammermuir Festival

The Dunedin Consort and Mhairi Lawson © Lammermuir Festival
Scotland's Dunedin Consort offers a radiant program of Purcell and his peers.
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Verklärte Nacht stars in ACO’s concert return

Richard Tognetti and the ACO © Daniel Boud
Concert life returns to Sydney with a programme of Mendelssohn and Schoenberg by the Australian Chamber Orchestra.
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A Baroque get-together with Julie Fuchs and Riccardo Minasi in Zurich

Julie Fuchs © Sarah Bouasse
The Opernhaus Zurich offers a first-rate Baroque concert within the mini festival “Finale” to mark the end of the unfortunate 2019-20 season. 
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Juilliard 415 excels in French and Italian Baroque in Auckland

Juilliard 415 © Juilliard 415
In each brief and catchy excerpt, the ensemble played with infectious vitality and admirable precision.
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Joshua Bell and the ASMFs at the top of their game in Boston

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields © Robert Torres
Bell didn’t try to impress with speed nor call attention to his virtuosity; expression and color were paramount with notes sounding clearly.
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Beethoven symphonies regarded as chamber music by the ACO

Richard Tognetti and the ACO © Simon van Boxtel
To mark #Beethoven250, the Australian Chamber Orchestra plays his first three symphonies in concert. But can one eat three delicious desserts in one sitting? 
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Light amid darkness: stellar performance from Tenebrae

Tenebrae sings “Music of the Spheres” © Yaya Stempler
An exquisite evening of British 20th-century choral music from Tenebrae under Nigel Short at the Sydney Festival, with outstanding renditions of the music of Parry, Bingham and Stanford.
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