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Instrument: Harp

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LondonPhilharmonia Chamber Players: Theseus

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Bax, Schafer
Zsolt-Tihamér Visontay; Fiona Cornall; Gijs Kramers; Deirdre Cooper

Vitoria-GasteizShostakovich + Ginastera

Ginastera, Shostakovich
Basque National Orchestra; Robert Trevino; Xavier de Maistre

New York CityJupiter Symphony Chamber Players : French Romanticism

Ysaÿe, Renié, Lazzari
Albert Cano Smit; William Hagen; Thomas Mesa; Bridget Kibbey

PamplonaShostakovich + Ginastera

Ginastera, Shostakovich
Basque National Orchestra; Robert Trevino; Xavier de Maistre

BilbaoShostakovich + Ginastera

Ginastera, Shostakovich
Basque National Orchestra; Robert Trevino; Xavier de Maistre

San SebastiánShostakovich + Britten + Glière

Britten, Glière, Shostakovich
Basque National Orchestra; Robert Trevino; Xavier de Maistre

LondonChristmas Concert

James O'Donnell; Choir of Westminster Abbey; Peter Holder; Sally Pryce
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Child's play: Crumb and Strauss make unconventional bedfellows

Zubin Mehta brought together works by George Crumb and Richard Strauss in his latest concert as the Munich Philharmonic's honorary conductor.
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Florid Mozart – and Reinecke – from the Atlanta Symphony and Runnicles

Mozart's Concerto for Flute and Harp is followed by a grand, exhilarating performance of Beethoven's Fourth Symphony.
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Dalia Stasevska makes impressive Montreal debut

Jennifer Swartz plays Rautavaara's Harp Concerto with panache, making any difficulties seem easier to manage than they really were.
***11
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Ulysses Kay, the Buffalo Philharmonic and the soul of a nation

Ulysses Kay's Pietà provided an opportunity to reflect on beauty and the soul of a nation.
****1
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Striking choral juxtapositions in Venice

An afternoon of mostly enjoyable singing and music-making from the chorus and instrumentalists of La Fenice in an empty Teatro Malibran.

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Light at the end of the tunnel from Elena Urioste and Aurora

Imaginative programming from Aurora Orchestra, including striking miniatures from Musgrave and Meredith, luxurious Ravel and pared back Vaughan Williams, with joyous Mendelssohn to finish.
****1
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Winter balm in the Boston Symphony's “Spirit of Beethoven”

Excellent camera work contributed to the transparency and clarity by visualizing the interplay between various instruments and sections in the reduced orchestra, especially the eloquent winds.
*****
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