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Instrument: Trombone

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KuhmoPeer Gynt

Grieg: Peer Gynt: Incidental music, Op. 23
Kaisa Kortelainen; Blanca Gleisner; Michel Lethiec; Jaakko Luoma

KuhmoCarmen

Bizet: La Tragédie de Carmen
Klaus Mäkelä; Jeni Packalén; Jussi Myllys; Thomas Florio; Saara Kiiveri

AmsterdamJörgen van Rijen and Camerata RCO

© Marco Borggreve
Pärt, Bach
Jorgen van Rijen; Camerata RCO

LondonShostakovich's Fourth

Kodály, MacMillan, Shostakovich
London Symphony Orchestra; Gianandrea Noseda; Peter Moore

LondonECHO Rising Stars: Peter Moore (trombone)

Peter Moore, Trombone

StockholmPeter Moore and James Baillieu

Peter Moore and James Baillieu
Beethoven, Schumann, Panufnik, Brahms, Gershwin
James Baillieu; Peter Moore

LondonStockhausen’s Donnerstag aus Licht

© Le Balcon
Stockhausen: Donnerstag aus Licht
Maxime Pascal; Damien Bigourdan; Lea Trommenschlager; Damien Pass; Le Balcon
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World première of Elena Mendoza's City of Lies

Anna Spina (Moncha), viola © Javier del Real | Teatro Real
Spanish composer Elena Mendoza presents a hermetic piece of contemporary theatre that is at the same time a disappointing opera and a worthy musical exploration of literary universe of Juan Carlos Onetti
***11
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New Carl Vine concerto premiered in Chicago

Michael Mulcahy premieres Five Hallucinations in Chicago © Todd Rosenberg Photography
Carl Vine's Five Hallucinations received its world première with dedicatee and CSO trombonist Michael Mulcahy. Gaffigan's diverse program also included a Franck tone poem and Prokofiev's Cinderella.
***11
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Music as “garden” and “theatre”

Tan Dun © Feng Hai
Tan Dun, Keiko Mitsuhashi, and the Tokyo Philharmonic deliver an homage concert to Toru Takemitsu, utilizing orchestral music as a “garden” and a “theatre."
*****
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Newly-minted Festival Academy Budapest

Members of the Festival Academy Budapest © János Posztós
Playing repeatedly in my mind as I walked home on 24 July was the spine-chilling orchestral performance of the "Dance of the Knights" from Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet in the Franz Liszt Academy’s superb Solti Hall.
***11
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Dazzling Nielsen from Lindberg and the RLPO

Christian Lindberg © Mats Bäcker
Christian Lindberg conducts the RLPO in the premiere of his own Robot Gardens alongside music by Bernstein and Nielsen
****1
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Royal Northern Sinfonia goes North

Christian Lindberg © Mats Bäcker
Being a chamber orchestra doesn't stop Royal Northern Sinfonia and guest conductor-performer Christian Lindberg from tackling Wagner and Sibelius. 
***11
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Alvin Lucier and the Bozzini Quartet in Montréal

Bozzini Quartet © Michael Slobodian
 The Bozzini Quartet confronted the challenges of Lucier's music with confidence and precision, their dedication evident in their effort to bring various acoustic phenomena to fruition.
****1
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