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ZürichPurzel-Konzert: «Die Geschichte vom kleinen Onkel»

Anina La Roche; Thomas Douglas; Musicians from the Zurich Chamber Orchestra

CórdobaConcierto de Navidad

Blüml, Elgar
Orquesta de Córdoba; Carlos Domínguez-Nieto; Marisol Membrillo

HamburgZKO on Tour

Various: Various Christmas Works
Zurich Chamber Orchestra; Elisabeth Breuer; Andreas Ottensamer; Raphaela Gromes; Katharina Thalbach

ZürichABC-Konzert: «Die Schneekönigin»

Jolanda Steiner; Musicians from the Zurich Chamber Orchestra

BambergFamily Concert: Little I-Am-Me

Bamberger Symphoniker
Haas: Das kleine Ich Bin Ich
Bamberg Symphony; Lin Liao; Juri Tetzlaff

New York CityRenée Fleming & Uma Thurman in Previn's Penelope

Carnegie Hall Corporation
Previn: Penelope
Renée Fleming; Uma Thurman; Emerson String Quartet; Simone Dinnerstein

RabatKuhnau Biblical Sonatas

Valletta Baroque Festival
Kuhnau: Biblical sonatas
Mahan Esfahani; Jonathan Keates
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Devilish downpour cannot dampen The Soldier's Tale at the EIF

Rarely has so distinguished a group been assembled to give this work live; it would have shone as a highlight even in a normal year of visiting foreign ensembles and performers.
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Ravenna Festival: Dante’s menagerie comes to vivid, vocal life

They crept, slithered, swooped and buzzed in a compelling evening of virtuosic contemporary music
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Satan in Manchester: Stravinsky from Elder, the Hallé... and friends

This interpretation by co-directors Annabel Arden and Femi Elufowoju Jr was intelligently conceived and brilliantly executed.
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Salonen leads the Philharmonia in an animated Prometheus

Trying to rekindle the public’s interest for a rarely played work, Salonen and his collaborators took an unusual approach.
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A vivid Soldier's Tale from the English Chamber Orchestra

 Outstanding narration was the feather in this soldier’s cap
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Quodlibet Ensemble bridges Bach and Black Lives Matter

The strings stabbed, the camera panned in quick spurts with jump cuts, but the performers were still. It was an anxious and enormously effective approach to Rzewski’s prison meditation. 

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Post-lockdown Sibelius from Daniel Harding and the Swedish RSO

Although filled with beauty and sweetly played, the fragmentation of the symphony felt too disruptive.
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