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PragueAdvent Concert IV - Dvořák goes to Jazz

Czech Philharmonic Jazz Band; Tomáš Kopáček; Jaroslav Halíř

StockholmAnd the Mother Sings...

Stockholms Konserthusstiftelse
Söderqvist, Tchaikovsky
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider; Joakim Agnas; Karl Frisendahl

SevilleSolistas y Maestros 2

Strauss R., Tomasi, Tarrodi, Dukas, Högstedt, Gabrieli, Langford
Real Orquesta Sinfónica de Sevilla; Christian Lindberg

StockholmTchaikovsky's Pathétique

Stockholms Konserthusstiftelse
Mendelssohn, Söderqvist, Tchaikovsky
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider; Joakim Agnas; Karl Frisendahl

LondonChineke! Orchestra: Petite Suite de Concert

Coleridge-Taylor, Walker, Beethoven
Chineke! Orchestra; Anthony Parnther; Kenneth Thompkins

NorrköpingO Fortuna

Bloch, Bergion, Rachmaninov
Norrköping Symphony Orchestra; Per-Otto Johansson; Christoph Schnaitmann

PragueMartinů, Stravinsky

Martinů, Stravinsky
Ondřej Vrabec; Josef Špaček Jr; Tomáš Kopáček; Ondřej Roskovec; Stanislav Masaryk
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Devilish downpour cannot dampen The Soldier's Tale at the EIF

Rarely has so distinguished a group been assembled to give this work live; it would have shone as a highlight even in a normal year of visiting foreign ensembles and performers.
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Buffalo Philharmonic strings shine in radiant Arensky and Shostakovich

JoAnn Falletta and the Buffalo Philharmonic's string players present intense Shostakovich and luminous Arensky in memorable performances.
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aus LICHT Part 1: Michael only takes flight in the second half

The performers in Part 1 of aus LICHT at the Holland Festival are amazing, but the production doesn’t rev up until the Archangel Michael goes on his dizzying world tour.
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Stockhausen rediscovered: Donnerstag aus Licht shines brightly

The evening left you in no doubt that in Donnerstag aus Licht is more approachable than many would imagine, as well as being a major creative achievement that is crying out to be explored by opera houses.
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John Casken's Madonna of Silence premiered

John Casken's intriguing new work for trombone and orchestra presents a musical interpretation of a Michelangelo drawing, along with superb Mozart and powerful Prokofiev. 
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Miracles at the Barbican in Gavin Higgins' new concerto

Higgins never forgets that the concerto form has a playful element
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A manifesto against war: Dubugnon première impresses in Brussels

Some 15 minutes long, in a slow-fast-slow form, Le Tombeau de Napoléon wraps a taxing solo part for tenor trombone in a dramatically compelling and sonically thrilling orchestral canvas.
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