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Instrument: Mandolin

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LeipzigThe Eight Seasons

Vivaldi, Piazzolla
Sinfonietta Leipzig; Omer Meir Wellber; Jacob Reuven

DresdenVivaldi & Piazzolla: The Seasons

Vivaldi, Piazzolla
Sinfonietta Leipzig; Omer Meir Wellber; Jacob Reuven

AmsterdamAvi Avital and Holland Baroque

© Harald Hoffmann
Avi Avital; Holland Baroque Society

LinzBruckner Orchester Linz IV

Rossini, Vivaldi, Sollima, Schubert
Bruckner Orchester Linz; Bruno Weil; Avi Avital
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Baroque-style in Seattle, but unusual, unfamiliar and refreshing

Avi Avital © Guy Hecht
An enlightening concert: a barely known composer esteemed in his day, an instrument we rarely hear in Baroque concertos and an early classical work for four, yes, four soloists.
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Cloudbursts and Venetian sunshine from Avi Avital

Avi Avital © Zohar Ron
The day after the Winter Solstice and Wigmore Hall was bathed in an Italian summer trip to La Serenissima. 
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Rivals: Max Emanuel Cenčić in Halle

Max Emanuel Cenčić © Anna Hoffmann
Max Emanuel Cenčić with Armonia Atenea under George Petrou provide an exciting and satisfying concert at the Halle Handel Festival
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A vibrant Mediterranean tableau from the BBCSO

Daniele Rustioni © Davide Cerati
The BBC Symphony Orchestra was on tip-top form, with the buoyant Daniele Rustioni and mandolin virtuoso Avi Avital conjuring up a fresco of genuine Mediterranean delights.
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Vivaldi with abandon: Atlanta Symphony hosts Avi Avital

Avi Avital © Harald Hoffmann
Guest Laura Jackson leads the Atlanta Symphony in three light pieces and a masterwork, with soloist Avi Avital.
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Between worlds: sensational Avi Avital

To see three passionate ambassadors of their instruments performing together made a sensationally satisfying evening at St Georges, Bristol.
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Musical shifts and spontaneity: Avi Avital in Zurich

Giovanni Antonini conducts the Tonhalle Orchestra in an appealing programme of works by Beethoven, Bach and Vivaldi that marked the Zurich debut of the dynamic Israeli mandolinist Avi Avital.
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