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LondonHalf Six Fix: Beethoven and Broadway

Weill, Beethoven
London Symphony Orchestra; Marin Alsop; Eric Lu

BirminghamRush Hour Concert

Brahms, Silvestri, Elgar, Howard, Hindson, Smith
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Lee Reynolds; Tom Redmond

ReykjavíkIn flight

Handel, Saariaho, Mahler, Debussy
Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Eva Ollikainen; Jóhann Kristinsson; Halla Oddny Magnúsdóttir

AdelaideOrchestra Unwrapped

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Bach, Williams, Rimsky-Korsakov, Sarasate, Tchaikovsky, Dukas
Adelaide Symphony Orchestra; Guy Noble; Emily Sun

StockholmSing 1-2-3

Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Gudrun Dahlkvist; Ayla Kabaca

LondonOrchestral Valentines

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Paul Bateman; Petroc Trelawny

AmsterdamValentine Classics at the Movies

Gershwin
Sinfonieorchester Aachen; Christopher Ward; Christiaan Kuyvenhoven
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Opening night with the Philadelphia Orchestra and Yo-Yo Ma

Conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin and soloist Yo-Yo Ma stuck to the tried and true while ushering in a season "transformed and informed" by the pandemic's impact.
***11
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Delicacy and musical intelligence: Benjamin Grosvenor in recital

Unlike many of his peers at the concert grand, Grosvenor kept histrionics to a minimum as he plays a well-programmed London recital. 
*****
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A delicious confection of classically inspired works from the BSO

French Baroque from a 20th-century perspective as well as the real deal with François Couperin's hommage to Jean-Baptiste Lully. 
****1
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BTHVN 2020 celebrated in Bonn by Barenboim and the WEDO

A mixed performance from Bonn, but there was magic from Barenboim's fingers in the Third Piano Concerto.
***11
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Full-fat festivity: the BSO's Baroque Christmas

Corelli and a triple-decker sandwich on the south coast, with three arias from Handel’s Messiah separated by two concertos from Vivaldi’s Four Seasons.
***11
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Benjamin Grosvenor shines in Chopin’s E minor concerto

There was never any hint of over-sentimentality in the playing of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra's artist-in-residence. 
****1
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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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