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Instrument: French horn

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ManchesterThe Hallé - Shostakovich's Fifth Symphony

Gubaidulina, Britten, Shostakovich
The Hallé; Kahchun Wong; Ian Bostridge; Laurence Rogers

New York CityJupiter Symphony Chamber Players : Women Pioneers

Andrée, Farrenc, Pejačević
Chelsea Guo; Nathan Meltzer; Claire Bourg; Maurycy Banaszek

Monte-CarloMusique de chambre

Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo
Farkas, Ligeti, Britten, Janáček
Delphine Hueber; Véronique Audard; Frédéric Chasline; Martin Lefèvre

MadridConcierto 6: Sibelius, Mozart & Elgar

Sibelius, Mozart, Elgar
Orquesta Sinfónica de Madrid; Ivor Bolton; Jorge Monte de Fez

MilanThe Rite of Spring

Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano
Martinsson, Stravinsky
Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano; Alondra de la Parra; Felix Klieser

PooleFelix Klieser Recital

Schumann, Dukas, Strauss R., Beethoven, Glière, Rheinberger
Felix Klieser; Martin Klett

Saffron WaldenBen Goldscheider & Richard Uttley

Beethoven, Schumann, Simpson, Hindemith, Bozza
Ben Goldscheider; Richard Uttley
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Felix Klieser dazzles in Glière's Horn Concerto with the BSO

Once more Kirill Karabits turned eastwards for inspiration and delivered persuasive renditions of two seldom heard works prefaced by a startlingly new work of arresting sonorities.
****1
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A double act: Roderick Williams delivers Mahler two ways

Robert and Clara were not the only two-composer family. So were Alma and Gustav. The Nash Ensemble's latest programme highlights Beethoven and the Romantics.
***11
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Shadows and spectres: Mahler Chamber Orchestra at the Elbphilharmonie

A cabinet of curiosities: Christoph Koncz has an unconventional take on two Viennese symphonies, yet contributes well to an exemplary performance of Britten's most famous song cycle.
***11
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Britten's Canticles awakened at Sydney Chamber Opera

Luke Styles' interludes to the Canticles may not set the musical world alight in Awakening Shadow, but they provide the perfect excuse to perform Britten's remarkable works.
****1
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Little-known gems as Ensemble 360 heads off-piste in Sheffield

One of the fathers of the wind quintet, a sextet for a unique instrumental line-up and Beethoven as we rarely hear him: an evening of surprises in Sheffield.

****1
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Smyth at the double: a rare concerto for Kazuki Yamada’s Proms debut

The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra's Chief Conductor Designate makes a strong impression in purposeful Rachmaninov after Elena Urioste and Ben Goldscheider wave the flag for Dame Ethel Smyth. 
****1
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Estonian Festival Orchestra covers itself in glory in Pärnu

In a programme of Lutosławski, Richard Strauss and Tchaikovsky conducted by Paavo Järvi, there are no weak links in the playing of the EFO and Stefan Dohr’s versatility on the horn is once again on display.

*****
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