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LondonManchester Collective

Reich, Peel
Manchester Collective

PragueAdvent Concert I

Handel, Bach, Thuri, Traditional
Vojtěch Jouza; Czech Double Reed Society; Instrument Society; En Arché Chamber Choir; Jana Brožková

PragueAdvent Concert II

Zelba, Traditional
Czech Philharmonic Cimbalom Ensemble; Zdeněk Zelba; Václav Prudil; Jan Jouza

PragueAdvent Concert IV - Dvořák goes to Jazz

Czech Philharmonic Jazz Band; Tomáš Kopáček; Jaroslav Halíř

PragueNew Year’s Eve in the Rudolfinum

Gershwin, Stravinsky, Falla, Ginastera, Ravel, Piazzolla
Radek Baborák & Orquestrina; Bella Adamova; Václav Krahulík

PragueCzech Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra & Jan Mráček

Handel, Schnittke, Geminiani, Stravinsky
Chamber Orchestra of the Czech Philharmonic; Jan Mráček

PragueJiří Vodičk & the Czech Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra

Wodiczka, Corelli, Locatelli, Pärt, Shostakovich
Chamber Orchestra of the Czech Philharmonic; Jiří Vodička
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Threepenny Opera suffers under the weight of its own ambitions

The live-streamed production of Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill’s The Threepenny Opera sought to reinvent for online presentation but ended up uneven and overly busy.

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Cecilia Bartoli brightens up Lucerne

In an upbeat programme, Cecilia Bartoli and the Musiciens du Prince-Monaco pay tribute to the dynamism of four leading Baroque composers.

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Plagues, passions and lamentation at the Ravenna Festival

Vittorio Ghielmi and his ll Suonar Parlante ensemble present a resonantly melancholy and reflective programme of music mourning loss as live performance returns to Italy.
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Bartoli and band in killer castrato show at the Concertgebouw

Cecilia Bartoli sang arias written (and not written) for Farinelli like a goddess, putting on and taking off a parade of varigendered costumes to the jubilant virtuosity of Les Musiciens du Prince.
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Prom 70: startling sounds from Jonny Greenwood at the Proms

An inventive programme frames new music by a genre-defying composer and guitarist in a striking late-night concert.
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Posies, garlands and festive bunting: the LSO and Rattle

On the cusp of the Summer Solstice, Sir Simon Rattle, the LSO and suitable orchestral reinforcements celebrate the heritage of folk music and the attractions of rusticity.
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Coaxing a new audience for classical music

Cool new works sit alongside Bach and the baroque
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