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Instrument: French horn

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Bern2. Sitzkissenkonzert: Gipflestürmer

Christian Holenstein; Anja Nicklich; Ingrid Schmanke; Cordula Mundhenk; Catherine Kämper

LondonEuropean Union Chamber Orchestra

Haydn, Mozart
European Union Chamber Orchestra; Hans-Peter Hofmann; Gresham's Schola Cantorum; John Bowley; Fellows of the National Youth Choir; Ben Goldscheider

GlasgowSymphony, Soup And A Sandwich: Haydn La Passione

Weir, Copland, Haydn
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Holly Mathieson; Christopher Gough

StockholmMozart's Mass in C minor

Mozart, Britten
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Daniel Harding; Swedish Radio Choir; Rosa Feola; Genia Kühmeier; Andrew Staples

ZugLunchkonzert Frühling - Zuger Sinfonietta

Schumann, Taffanel
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LondonStoneleigh Youth Orchestra

Arnold, Penderecki, Holst
Stoneleigh Training Orchestra; Robert Hodge; London Youth Choir; Ben Goldscheider

LondonBritten Sinfonia: Easter Voices

Britten Sinfonia: Easter Voices
Mozart, Stravinsky, Salonen
Ben Goldscheider; Eamonn Dougan; Britten Sinfonia Voices
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Joie de vivre in Dvořák and Schubert at the Schubertiade

© Schubertiade GmbH
A Dvořák-Schubert double bill at this year’s celebrated Schubertiade featured a host of extraordinary artists in a tight and dynamic performance.
****1
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Illuminating Brandenburgs from the OAE

The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment © Eric Richmond
A rare opportunity to hear the complete Brandenburgs was awarded by the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment in a distinguished performance, with Huw Daniel its leading light.
****1
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A foggy evening at the New York Philharmonic

Esa-Pekka Salonen © Benjamin Suomela
Esa-Pekka Salonen conducts the US première of Tansy Davies' Forest, a work intended to evoke a Romantic sensation of mystery and nature.
***11
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Emperors and prophets from Salonen

Nigel Back, Richard Watkins, Katy Woolley and Michael Thompson © Camilla Greenwell
Clear playing from Pierre-Laurent Aimard in the Emperor Concerto and a sense of the dramatic in Also sprach Zarathustra brought life to old warhorses, while a new concerto from Tansy Davies made waves.
****1
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Viennese classics from the BSO

Nicholas McGegan © Steve J Sherman
A dazzling soloist from the orchestra’s ranks and a charming Schubert symphony with conductor Nicholas McGegan
****1
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Strong rhythms and jealousy at Turku Castle

© Turku Philharmonic
Latin American and Spanish music at the medieval Turku Castle in the heart of the former capital of Finland. A perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon. 
***11
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Dancing with Fate: RNS and Julian Rachlin

Julian Rachlin © Janine Guldener
Julian Rachlin visits Royal Northern Sinfonia as soloist and conductor, infusing Sibelius, Mozart and Tchaikovsky with a spirit of dreamy romanticism.
***11
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