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Monte-CarloJulien Bourgeois / Bruno Mantovani / Michel Dalberto

Printemps des Arts
Reich, Franck, Bruckner
Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo; Kazuki Yamada; Julien Bourgeois; Bruno Mantovani; Michel Dalberto

ParisGubaidulina, Machuel, Ligeti

Gubaidulina, Machuel, Ligeti
Florian Helgath; Jean-Guihen Queyras; Emmanuel Curt; Gilles Rancitelli

OsloMahler's Ninth

Bartók, Mahler
Oslo Philharmonic; Jukka-Pekka Saraste; Tom Vissgren; Terje Viken; Håvard Gimse; Helge Kjekshus

BerlinKammerkonzert im Theater im Delphi

Schnittke, Bach
Marie-Luise Werneburg; Mariano Esteban Barco; Miriam Kofler; Juliane Färber

ChicagoMuti, Herbert & Pines of Rome

Mozart, Kraft, Respighi
Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Riccardo Muti; David Herbert

MunichBRSO Kammerkonzert

Arensky, Živković, Shostakovich
Trio Gaon; Jehye Lee; Samuel Lutzker; Tae-Hyung Kim

TutzingBRSO Kammerkonzert

Arensky, Živković, Shostakovich
Trio Gaon; Jehye Lee; Samuel Lutzker; Tae-Hyung Kim
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McGregor takes Stravinsky's rituals to desolate and cruel lands

McGregor's new creation for the Milanese company imagines Les Noces as a sequel to his take on The Rite of Spring.
***11
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Hungarian flair at ChamberFest Cleveland

ChamberFest Cleveland’s Hungarian evening traversed works of Liszt, Eötvös, and Dohnányi, alongside Brahms’ apt Hungarian Dances.
****1
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Richard Prior's dark work ...of shadow and light... shines

Robert Spano’s love of contemporary music was apparent in this program that featured the return of two intriguing recent works, beautifully performed by the ASO and The Brothers Yancich.
****1
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Dudamel unveils new percussion concerto in LA

His fans presented him with not one but two impromptu birthday serenades before and after the Brahms. "I'm getting old," Gustavo admitted ruefully to his public. He's only 36. 
****1
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Dancing with Fate: RNS and Julian Rachlin

Julian Rachlin visits Royal Northern Sinfonia as soloist and conductor, infusing Sibelius, Mozart and Tchaikovsky with a spirit of dreamy romanticism.
***11
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Françoise-Green Piano Duo at the Vale of Glamorgan Festival

Piano duo Antoine Françoise and Robin Green perform a challenging, innovative and entertaining lunchtime recital.
****1
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Montréal’s ‘Philip Glass Fever’ raises questions

While Glass' latest music has managed to package and sell a form of experimentalism to the masses, it also sparks debate about style versus substance.
**111
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