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Instrument: Percussion

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BambergPercussion and Piano

Živković, Ravel, Koshinski, Bernstein
Jens Herz; Robert Cürlis; Holger Brust; Elsa Duplan

BerlinSinfoniekonzert 6: Ainārs Rubiķis und Martin Grubinger

Vivaldi, Tchaikovsky, Dun, Stravinsky
Orchester der Komischen Oper Berlin; Ainārs Rubiķis; Martin Grubinger

BilbaoUnai Urrecho dirige la Octava de Dvořák

Dorman, Dvořák
Bilbao Orkestra Sinfonikoa; Unai Urrecho; Conrado Moya; Vicent Zaragoza

AmsterdamRising Stars: Percussionist Vanessa Porter

Porter, Sciarrino, Globokar, Lang, Kuyumcuyan, Aperghis, Kuhn
Vanessa Porter, Percussion

ParisThird Coast Percussion plays Philip Glass

Third Coast Percussion; Sean Connors; Robert Dillon; Peter Martin

DresdenNoa »Letters to Bach« und »Best of Noa«

Unknown; Gil Dor; Hila Karni

DresdenA Mystic Night With Danny Elfman

Staatskapelle Weimar; Frank Strobel; Colin Currie; Dresden Chamber Choir
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Exhilarating rhythm and repetitions from Louise Goodwin and the SCO

Percussionist Louise Goodwin and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra take us on an exhilarating rhythmic 300 year ride.

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A “Spanish hour” in Kensington with Ravel and Grange Park Opera

Editor Ben Willis almost convinced me that two grown men could fit inside grandfather clocks
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Pierrot Lunaire: sex and madness at the Adelaide Festival

This electic performance of Pierrot Lunaire was preceded by a clutch of contemporary Australian works (and a poem), which served to demonstrate that Schoenberg's modernity is still way ahead of the times.
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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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Britten's cinderella opera? Owen Wingrave from Grange Park Opera

Conceived for television and first seen on BBC2 in May 1971, Owen Wingrave should lend itself to creative staging and the small screen. Does this new film convince? 
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Beethoven “alla turca” at the Istanbul Music Festival

Beethoven meets Ottoman composer Dede Efendi in a contemporary take on the Pastoral Symphony in Istanbul. 
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Spectacular views and musical serenades at the Davos Festival

If ever there were an original programme at one of Switzerland’s esteemed summer festivals, this Festivalwanderung was it.
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