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AmsterdamRichters Patterns

Richters Patterns
Feldman
Daniel Reuss; Corinna Belz; Ensemble Musikfabrik; Cappella Amsterdam; Ulrich Löffler

OranjewoudMoving Letters

Moving Letters
Tijn Wybenga: Moving Letters
Jonne Kramer; Tijn Wybenga; Uri Eugenio; Wonder Ensemble

DüsseldorfMax Richter

© Julia Mahr
12 ensemble; Max Richter

HalleBaroque Lounge: Mr. Handel’s Pocket Operas

Handel
Elbipolis Barockorchester Hamburg; DJ Brezel Göring

AmsterdamDear Esther

Dear Esther
Curry: Dear Esther
Stephen Higgins; Iain Farrington; Oliver Dimsdale; Joanna Forbes L'Estrange; Laurence Bush

LondonProm 13: Pioneers of Sound

Oram
London Contemporary Orchestra; Robert Ames; Shiva Feshareki

BrugesIn My End is My Beginning

Zuidam
Lore Binon; Bobby Mitchell; Sofie vanden Eynde; Anouk De Clercq & Tom Callemin
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Grey reverie and awkward electronics

Rodrigo Constanzo presents a solo set © BBC | Mark Allan
The LCO and Actress present tantalizing textures, while new works of placid emotion envelop the senses.
***11
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Prague Spring plugs in and lights up

Musico-Technical Inventions © Prague Spring | Petra Hajská
An electronic extravaganza in a resonant setting adds another dimension to the venerable festival.
****1
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Multi-media stress test for Antwerp’s new hall

Claron McFaddon © Koen Broos
Overshadowed by its Hanseatic cousin Hamburg, Antwerp recently celebrated the opening of its own new concert hall. In his Symphony no. 2, Wim Henderickx tested the hall's capabilities with a multi-media extravaganza.
***11
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Baroque Dance Party with Johannes Fischer

© Johannes Fischer
International percussionist Johannes Fischer brought almost everything but the kitchen sink to the Scottish Ensemble’s lively Baroque Dance Party.
***11
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Food for thought: Birtwistle’s The Last Supper

Roderick Williams (Christ) © BBC | Alex Woodward
An excellent performance of Sir Harrison Birtwistle’s The Last Supper receiving its Scottish première, with Roderick Williams and Susan Bickley heading a luxury cast.
****1
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Reich celebrations at the Paris Philharmonie

Kronos Quartet © Jay Blakesberg
Five hours of repetitive music on a Sunday evening may be a hellish way for some to end the week; fortunately, I belong in the second category. A concert series named “Steve Reich Unlimited” therefore required no further selling points.
****1
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Neuwirth’s Le Encantadas in Lucerne

Matthias Pintscher and Ensemble intercontemporain © Priska Ketterer
At the Lucerne Festival, composer Olga Neuwirth, Ensemble Contemporain and a sound team from IRCAM recently shone in a theatrical performance of an complex and ocean shore-inspired score.
*****
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