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LondonAurora Orchestra with Cassie Kinoshi

Kendall, Members of SEED Ensemble, Adams, Kinoshi
Aurora Orchestra; Cassie Kinoshi; SEED Ensemble

StockholmNils Landgren Christmas with My Friends

Nils Landgren; Sharon Dyall; Jonas Knutsson; Jeanette Köhn

PärnuCongratulations Ellerhein and Vox Clamantis!

Gregorian, Byrd, Purcell, Pärt, Hõbepappel, Kõrvits, Tipp
Ingrid Kõrvits; Girls' Choir Ellerhein; Vox Clamantis; Jaan-Eik Tulve; Karl Tipp

CardiffIlluminate Women's Music: Season I in Cardiff

Illuminate Women's Music
Slater, Boyd, Poe, Danon, Gibson
Naomi Sullivan; Kumi Matsuo

PragueAdvent Concert IV - Dvořák goes to Jazz

Czech Philharmonic Jazz Band; Tomáš Kopáček; Jaroslav Halíř

New York CityNew York Philharmonic at Carnegie Hall 1

Carnegie Hall Corporation
Hailstork, Adams, Sibelius
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Susanna Mälkki; Branford Marsalis

North BethesdaOrpheus & Branford Marsalis

Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
Rossini, Ibert, Debussy, Turina, Bryan
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra; Branford Marsalis
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Buzzing energy from Vasily Petrenko, Jess Gillam and the EUYO

Vasily Petrenko unleashes powerful and poetic sounds in Sibelius' Second Symphony and Jess Gillam dazzles in one of Michael Nyman's works while the European Union Youth Orchestra shows off its remarkable qualities.
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Unexpected surprises and delights for Wet Ink Ensemble

It would be rash to make assumptions about the composer/performer collective based on a single program, but it was still not to notice a divergence from the past in the program of world premieres.

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The Davos Festival pays tribute to Britten and Bosmans

The wide-ranging programme, titled "Glitter and Be Gay!", highlights the work of two composers who were open about their sexual orientations at a time when few contemporaries came out.
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The audience is back! Jess Gillam and Zeynep Özsuca in Perth

In the return of live concerts to Scotland, saxophonist and pianist give an exciting recital in Perth Concert Hall.

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Raising spirits with the saxophone: Jess Gillam and the RPO

The classical music industry badly needs its new solo stars and less familiar repertory. Jess Gillam and her sparkling saxophone together with the RPO and Vasily Petrenko show the way.
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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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A tale of two halves as Jess Gillam makes her Hallé debut

Intense lyricism bridges the gap between John Adams and Rachmaninov, but debutant Kazuki Yamada struggles to link the two. 

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