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BerlinKammerkonzert 2: Hoffmanns Erzählungen

Komische Oper Berlin
Hoffmann, Offenbach, Schumann
Pauline Reguig; Christian Tränkner; Lutz Köhler; Thomas Thieme

ZürichThe Garden of Pleasure

The Garden of Pleasure
Strungk, Meister, Gluck, Bach C.P.E., Muffat
Juliana Georgieva; Seraina Pfenninger; Stella Mahrenholz; Eléonore Willi


Berio: Rendering, for orchestra, based on Schubert's sketches for a 10th symphony
Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi; Petro Mianiti; Fabio Sartorelli

LinzWider das Vergessen

Mendelssohn, Ullmann, Haas, Krása, Klein
Merlin Ensemble Wien; Hermann Beil; Martin Walch; Luis Zorita


© Wilfried Hösl
Orchesterakademie des Bayerischen Staatsorchesters; Opernstudio der Bayerischen Staatsoper; Unknown

LinzDie Mauthausen - Kantate

Unknown; Maria Farantouri
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Black legacies explored by Chineke! at the Royal Festival Hall

Jeneba Kanneh-Mason © Southbank Centre | Mark Allan
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

Daniel Barenboim and Martha Argerich © Thomas Bartilla
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 © Matthias Creutziger
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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Bostridge's Shakespeare Songs at Wigmore Hall

Ian Bostridge © Sim Canetty-Clarke
Shakespeare songs turned out to be more of a Shakespeare feast starring Antonio Pappano, Ian Bostridge and the exceptional Eve Best.
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Magnificent terror in Requiem for Hieronymus Bosch

Detlev Glanert © Bettina Stöß
Detlev Glanert's first religious composition, a staggering Requiem for solo voices, two choirs and orchestra, pits the demonic against the angelic, and is worthy of the genius it celebrates.
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Franz Liszt: from exuberance to ascesticism

An insightful and engaging talk by Alfred Brendel on Liszt's B minor Sonata was followed by an intelligent and colourful performance by pianist Dénes Varjon.
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Boesch and Quasthoff dissect the poet's soul

In an engrossing all-Heine song and poetry recital, baritone Florian Boesch and actor Thomas Quasthoff probed the amorous Sorrows of Young Heinrich. 
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