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AmsterdamPianist Olga Pashchenko: Russian repertoire

Olga Pashchenko

AmsterdamBeethoven Festival: Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century & Symphony no. 9

Het Concertgebouw
Orkest van de Achttiende Eeuw; Jonathan Darlington; Cappella Amsterdam; Alena Baeva; Alexander Rudin; Alexander Melnikov

WarsawTomasz Ritter recital

Tomasz Ritter, Fortepiano

ViennaHöbarth / Coin / Schiff »Schubertiade«

Erich Höbarth; Christophe Coin; Sir András Schiff; Andre Stein

WarsawAleksandra Świgut, Fortepiano

Chopin, Schumann, Schubert, Bach
Aleksandra Świgut, Fortepiano

ParisGradus ad Parnassum / Jean Rondeau

Haydn, Clementi, Beethoven, Mozart
Jean Rondeau, Fortepiano

ViennaAbschied von Beethoven

Jan Petryka; Markus Miesenberger; Clemens Kölbl; Robert Holl
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Sir Roger, over and out: Norrington bids a fond farewell with Haydn

After decades as a period instrument revolutionary, the 87-year old conductor bows out with “Dr Haydn's London Academy”, an entertaining recreation of concert-going in the 1790s.
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HIP Mozart is mainstream Mozart at Budapest's Bartók Spring Festival

György Vashegyi and the period instrument Orfeo Orchestra impress in an all-Mozart programme in Budapest. 
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Alina Ibragimova and Nils Mönkemeyer in love with Mozart

The soloists turn out to be the perfect couple, while the camerawork covers the action like it was a soccer match.
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Saint and Sinner in Cambridge

Richard Egarr conducts a pair of Haydn's London Symphonies and turns soloist in a piano concerto by Dussek.
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Mozart's genius shines clearly in San Francisco Opera's darkly comic production of Don Giovanni

Dangling and turning like shards of a giant overhead chandelier in Don Giovanni’s banquet hall, this is an evocative multimedia production that tantalizes the senses while shining new light on Mozart's genius. 
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Sparkling Rossini comedy from Scottish Opera

Jennifer France and Nicholas Lester are a compelling double act in Rossini’s sparkling comedy La scala di seta from Scottish Opera in Concert.
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A delicate balance to strike

An evening at the Wigmore Hall with the fabulous Freiburg Baroque Orchestra and fortepiano star Kristian Bezuidenhout in the keyboard concertos of CPE Bach and Mozart. What could go wrong? 
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