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AmsterdamClose-up: Patricia Kopatchinskaja's Vienna

Het Concertgebouw
Schoenberg, Strauss II
Patricia Kopatchinskaja; Jaewon Lee; Martina Forni; Jerome Fruchart

ViennaDie Strottern

Die Strottern; Martin Eberle; Martin Ptak

Aix-en-ProvenceRossini: Petite messe solennelle

Rossini: Petite messe solennelle
Daniel Reuss; Sophie Negoïta; Barbara Kozelj; Thomas Walker; Tobias Berndt
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Prom 20: eventful all-Sibelius Prom

I’ve heard this concerto a hundred times but it’s never sounded quite like this. It was a coming home.
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Bloodhoof: an Icelandic fable reconsidered in New York

The unfolding of the tale was beautifully unhurried, made all the more effective by not being an updating. Underscoring connections to the current day wasn’t necessary. The contemporary reverberations were apparent.

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BBC Scottish looks to the north for a gripping end to the season

BBCSSO with Thomas Dausgaard, the Lund Male Choir and soloists gave a thrilling performance of Sibelius’ Kullervo with Finnish folk musicians joining the forces.
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Myth, polkas and folksong to celebrate Finnish Independence

A talented ensemble proves pays testament to the heritage, vitality and continuing inventiveness of Finnish folk music. 
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Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle in Greenwich

The ultimate musical misnomer, Rossini's last major work is beautifully sung in the wonderful surroundings of the Chapel of the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich.
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Religion behind the comedy mask: Rossini’s Petite Messe Solenelle

That Rossini was a wag. The master of the bon mot, you suspect he probably had his tongue firmly in his cheek when he entitled his 1864 choral work the Petite Messe Solenelle.
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Little but not so solemn: Rossini’s Petite messe solennelle

It is the first version of Rossini’s Petite messe solennelle, with piano and harmonium, that the Flemish Radio Choir and Hervé Niquet chose to perform, their fine performance demonstrating the originality and impact of this more intimate version.
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