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StockholmChamber Concert with the RSPO Orchestra Academy

Perruchon, Smith, Rossini, Adobas Bayog, Haydn
Rafael Adobas Bayog; Martino Moruzzi; Ambroise Dojat; Blanca Eliasson

BrusselsDrumming Live

La Monnaie De Munt
Reich: Drumming
Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker; Rosas; Jan Versweyveld; Dries Van Noten; Gerrit Nulens

MurciaClara Andrada con la Sinfónica de la Región de Murcia

Nielsen, Gounod
Orquesta Sinfónica de la Región de Murcia; Virginia Martínez; Clara Andrada de la Calle

BrusselsAltinoglu conducts Debussy & Bizet

La Monnaie De Munt
Grétry, Benoit, Debussy, Bizet
La Monnaie Symphony Orchestra; Alain Altinoglu; Carlos Bruneel

RomeSoiree Poulenc

Fondazione Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia
Alessandro Carbonare; Andrea Oliva; Francesco Di Rosa; Francesco Bossone

LondonSibelius, Strauss, Reade, Tchaikovsky

Sibelius, Strauss R., Reade, Tchaikovsky
23 String Orchestra; David Cutts; Philippa Davies

BerlinOnce to be realisedWorld premiere

Furrer, Meierhans, Neuwirth, Odeh-Tamimi, Pagh-Paan, Wolff
Cordula Bürgi; Michail Marmarinos; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Yorgos Sapountzis; Sebastian Hanusa
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Israeli Chamber Project reframes time itself in uneven concert

The Israeli Chamber Project gave Milhaud's La Création du monde a warm and easy stride, a tactic that didn’t sit well in the second half with the ever-austere Messiaen Quartet for the End of Time.

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Cecilia Bartoli delivers in Italian Baroque at the Lucerne Festival

Les Musiciens du Prince confirm their status as one of the most interesting Baroque ensembles in a concert led by Gianluca Capuano, with soloists Cecilia Bartoli, Carlo Vistoli and Jean-Marc Goujon.
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Unexpected surprises and delights for Wet Ink Ensemble

It would be rash to make assumptions about the composer/performer collective based on a single program, but it was still not to notice a divergence from the past in the program of world premieres.

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Joyous Bach from Masaaki Suzuki and Bach Collegium Japan in Tokyo

For a year and a half since their European tour was cut short due to the outbreak of the pandemic, Masaaki Suzuki and Bach Collegium Japan have been grounded in Japan, performing domestically despite restrictions.
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Pianists in different constellations at the Martha Argerich Festival

Lilya Zilberstein, Gabriela Montero and Martha Argerich were just three of the pianists in this celebration of the piano in Hamburg. 
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Florid Mozart – and Reinecke – from the Atlanta Symphony and Runnicles

Mozart's Concerto for Flute and Harp is followed by a grand, exhilarating performance of Beethoven's Fourth Symphony.
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From solo flute to thunderous pipe organ in Cleveland

TCO principal flute Joshua Smith stood out in seminal works for solo flute by Debussy and Takemitsu. Organist Paul Jacobs was a capable soloist in Poulenc’s concerto, while Franz Welser-Möst led imaginatively orchestrated segments of Prokofiev’s Visions fugitives.
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