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LondonBach, the Universe & Everything - Astronomy and Poetry

Bach: Mein Gott, wie lang, ach lange - Cantata, BWV155
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment; Choir of the Age of Enlightenment; Jocelyn Bell Burnell

LondonNadine Benjamin: Songs of Joy with Michael Harper

Smith Moore, Jackson King, Bonds, Powell, Burleigh, Price, Thompson Corley, Thompson, Williams, Wallen, Aldridge, Coleridge-Taylor, Hepburn, Le Gendre, Monnakgotla
Nadine Benjamin; Caroline Jaya-Ratnam; Michael Harper; Elizabeth de Brito

LondonNash Inventions: Pre-Concert Talk

Wigmore Hall
Gillian Moore, Speaker

AmsterdamScherpdenkers: Rachel Rumai Diaz, Katharine Dain and Ragazze Quartet

Darvishi: New work
Ragazze Quartet; Katharine Dain; Rachel Rumai Diaz

EssenMonteverdi - musical diaries

Katharina Bäuml; Capella de la Torre; Unknown

BerlinChamber Music

Salonen, Stravinsky
Noah Bendix-Balgley; Peter Riegelbauer; Alexander Bader; Markus Weidmann

ViennaSwedish Radio Symphony Orchestra

Schumann, Strauss R.
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Daniel Harding; TBC; Singverein der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien
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Time’s up: Penderecki and Messiaen at the Southbank Centre

A thrilling performance of Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time by members of the London Sinfonietta follows two rarely heard chamber works by Krzysztof Penderecki.
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Profoundly moving Shostakovich cycle marks the Brodsky's 50th

The Brodsky Quartet deliver deeply moving performances of all 15 Shostakovich string quartets, with added value and insight from writers Elizabeth Wilson and Marina Frolova-Walker. 
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Of Ice and Men: Intolleranza 1960 at the Komische Oper

Marking the beginning of a new artistic direction, the Komische Oper's new production of Nono's Intolleranza 1960 proves a success, with director Marco Štorman's deep rethinking of the theatre stage.
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Bluebeard as psychothriller in Castellucci's mismatched double bill

Romeo Castellucci's intense production of Bartók's opera reaps its rewards in the performance under Teodor Currentzis, but Carl Orff's opera-oratorio De temporum fine comoedia feels little more than a drab filler. 
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Black legacies explored by Chineke! at the Royal Festival Hall

Chineke! Orchestra returns to the Royal Festival Hall with a programme that explores the legacy of black composers, as well as marking Beethoven's 250th anniversary. 
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Debussy rarities at the Berlin Festtage

Two rarely performed works are showcased by the Staatskapelle under Daniel Barenboim.
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Beethoven and beyond: Vladimir Jurowski and the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin

Vladimir Jurowski is fond of grand statements, and sometimes off-the-wall programming – genius when it works, baffling when it doesn’t. 
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