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Instrument: Harp

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BadajozEl elogio de lo popular

Milhaud, Ginastera, Tüzün, Say
Orquesta de Extremadura; Nil Venditti; Cristina Montes

PlasenciaEl elogio de lo popular

Milhaud, Ginastera, Tüzün, Say
Orquesta de Extremadura; Nil Venditti; Cristina Montes

MunichMeisterkonzert im Max-Joseph-Saal

Bavaria Klassik GmbH
Vivaldi, Mozart, Smetana, Strauss II
Munich Residenz Solisten; Janine Schöllhorn; Emilie Jaulmes

Santiago de CompostelaDesde Gales

Elgar, Hoddinott, Finch, Beach
Real Filharmonía de Galicia; Sian Edwards; Alba Barreiro

El FerrolDesde Gales

Elgar, Hoddinott, Finch, Beach
Real Filharmonía de Galicia; Sian Edwards; Alba Barreiro

LondonAlamire: Anne Boleyn’s Songbook - Music & Passions of a Tudor Queen

Various: Anne Boleyn's Songbook
David Skinner; Alamire; Kirsty Whatley

LondonTrish Clowes - My Iris

Wigmore Hall
Dowland, Purcell, Lennon, Horrocks-Hopayian, Howells, Hendrix, Stanley, Clowes
Trish Clowes; Cevanne Horrocks-Hopayian; Louise McMonagle
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Singapore Symphony principals and Ludovic Morlot delight in Mozart

French music, Mozart and Schumann make effective bedfellows in a concert presented as part of the Voilah! France Singapore Festival.
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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.
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At home with eclectic cool: The Hermes Experiment at SJSS

In the Baroque splendour of a church fondly-known as Queen Anne’s Footstool, the band entertains an appreciative audience to nine of the finest things they currently have on offer.
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Mythos Davos: gifted young artists featured at the Davos Festival

The Davos Festival's programme, underscoring the extraordinary talents of some dozen young musicians, is a polished and highly inviting offer. 
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Ravel 1 – 0 Rimsky: Scheherazade showdown at the BBC Proms

On her Proms debut, Ariane Matiakh spins tales from The Arabian Nights in two versions, along with the world premiere of a harp concerto inspired by the life of bees. 
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Unplanned but apt memorial for George Crumb at Lincoln Center

The program, set long before Crumb’s death in February, following an implicit logic from Debussy to Stravinsky through Charles Ives and ending in Crumb’s somber lament, Ancient Voices of Children

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Heavenly respite in the Golden Hall as Anneleen Lenaerts plays Glière

If in heaven there are indeed harps, then it would be hard to imagine a better angel to recruit than Anneleen Lenaerts, who performed Glière's concerto with her Philharmonic brothers and sisters in arms in the Musikverein. 
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