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Instrument: Double Bass

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ZurichMusik an der ETH und UZH, Kammermusikabend „Musik sehen und Bilder hören“ (Acht Jahreszeiten)

Vivaldi, Piazzolla
Sergey Dubroff; Marina Yakovleva; Mikhail Yakovlev; Vahagn Aristakesyan

LondonToby Hughes (double bass) & Ben Powell (piano): Franck and Clara Schumann

Schumann, Dubugnon, Misek, Brahms, Beethoven
Toby Hughes; Benjamin Powell

New York CityJupiter Symphony Chamber Players : Women Pioneers

Andrée, Farrenc, Pejačević
Chelsea Guo; Nathan Meltzer; Claire Bourg; Maurycy Banaszek

BaltimoreShriver Hall Concert Series: Dover Quartet & Joseph Conyers, double bass

Haydn, Walker, Dvořák
Dover String Quartet; Joseph Conyers

AmsterdamAvishai Cohen Quartet: Naked Truth

Avishai Cohen; Ziv Ravitz; Barak Mori; Yonathan Avishai

BirminghamMetamorphosen

Strauss R., Korngold
Eugene Tzikindelean; Philip Brett; Adam Römer; Jessica Tickle

LondonAlice Sara Ott & Friends: Schubert's Trout Quintet

Schubert, Beethoven, Vaughan Williams
Alice Sara Ott; Benjamin Appl; Thomas Reif; Nils Mönkemeyer
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The Sixteen and Julian Joseph: a one-sided conversation

The latest instalment of Kings Place's “Sound Unwrapped” series delivers wonderful musicianship in both jazz and early music, but not the promised “continuous fusion of styles”.
***11
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A double act: Roderick Williams delivers Mahler two ways

Robert and Clara were not the only two-composer family. So were Alma and Gustav. The Nash Ensemble's latest programme highlights Beethoven and the Romantics.
***11
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At home with eclectic cool: The Hermes Experiment at SJSS

In the Baroque splendour of a church fondly-known as Queen Anne’s Footstool, the band entertains an appreciative audience to nine of the finest things they currently have on offer.
****1
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(Re)Creating Schubert’s world: Olli Mustonen with the ACO

The Finnish composer/pianist's refined and idiosyncratic musical style makes for a great collaboration with the ACO solo string players.
*****
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Don't Stop Them Now: the Philharmonix in Klosters

The septet of players from Vienna and Berlin riff on the classics, jazz, Latin and pop in a toe-tapping set at Klosters Music on Swiss National Day.
*****
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The Knights and Edgar Meyer do not disappoint at 92nd Street Y

The Knights consistently put on some of the most interesting classical concerts in New York. Friday night’s offering at the 92nd Street Y was no exception.

****1
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Devilish downpour cannot dampen The Soldier's Tale at the EIF

Rarely has so distinguished a group been assembled to give this work live; it would have shone as a highlight even in a normal year of visiting foreign ensembles and performers.
*****
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