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BambergChamber Concert

© Marian Lenhard
Ravel, Brahms, Ligeti, Piazzolla, Gershwin
Daniela Koch; Andrey Godik; Christoph Müller; Christoph Eß

AmsterdamClose-up: Van Baaren, Pijper and Escher

Het Concertgebouw
van Baaren, Pijper, Escher
Stijn Berkouwer; Vincent Cortvrint; Nicoline Alt; Calogero Palermo; Jos de Lange

ZürichIn gallant style

In gallant style
Bach, Bach C.P.E., Janitsch
Riccardo Minasi; Karen Forster; Alexander Gropper; Philipp Mahrenholz; Rute Daniela Pereira Fernandes

PragueMartinů Voices

Czech Philharmonic
Britten, Novák
Lukáš Vasilek; Martinů Voices; Katerina Englichová; Daniel Havel; Daniela Valtová Kosinová

AmsterdamClose-up: Harpist Petra van der Heide

Het Concertgebouw
Fauré, Strootman, Hindemith, Dun, Pierné, Saint-Saëns, Cras
Petra van der Heide; Kersten McCall; Elise Besemer; Guus Jeukendrup

AmsterdamEmmanuel Pahud plays Bach

© Josef Fischnaller
Emmanuel Pahud; Jonathan Manson; Trevor Pinnock

ZürichSummer Music

Summer Music
Barber, del Aguila, Dvořák
Andrea Kollé; Martin Danek; Filipa Nunes; Elisabeth Göring
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A Festival of New Music closes with an Empty Space

A Festival of New Music, Jörg Widmann's Empty Space © Monika Rittershaus
After four evenings and ten world premieres, Pierre Boulez Saal's A Festival of New Music comes to a haunting end.
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A memorable program at the Pierre Boulez Saal

A Festival of New Music (Olga Neuwirth's coronAtion II) © Monika Rittershaus
The third concert of A Festival of New Music also suggests the conflicts and split personalities which may come from extended isolation. 
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Contemporary with a touch of intimacy at the Pierre Boulez Saal

Daniel Barenboim © Monika Rittershaus
Daniel Barenboim, Emmanuel Pahud and select musicians continue their brief odyssey into new music with three striking and stimulating world premieres and a welcome touch of Boulez.
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Louis Langrée makes his New York Philharmonic debut

Louis Langrée © A. J. Waltz

Three of the pieces that Louis Langrée conducted in his New York Philharmonic debut concerts were similarly atmospheric and impressionistic, stealing each other’s thunder. Happily, the Scriabin was cathartic.

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Falletta and the BPO take a journey into the world of Florent Schmitt

JoAnn Falletta, Konrad Skolarski and the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra © Enid Bloch
JoAnn Falletta and the Buffalo Philharmonic take an exotic journey into the orientalist world of Florent Schmitt, while Konrad Skolarski thrills in Rachmaninov's Second Piano Concerto.
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The NY Phil remembers women's suffrage with new commissions

Kelley O'Connor © Steven Pisano for Bachtrack
The concert paired strong new works by Joan La Barbara, Nicole Lizée and Paola Prestini with compositions by Luciano Berio and George Crumb for a satisfying evening of adventurous works for voice.
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Magdalena Kožená and friends at Alice Tully Hall

Kaspar Zehnder, Simon Rattle, Magdalena Kožená and Dávid Adorján © Kevin Yatarola, courtesy of Lincoln Center
In music by Janaček and Dvořák, Kožená seemed to just enjoy the freedom to perform in her native idiom. 
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