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NorrköpingWinter Daydreams

Swärd, Tomasi, Tchaikovsky
Norrköping Symphony Orchestra; Cathrine Winnes; Eric Svensson

Monte-CarloEducational pieces for non-musical children, quartet and electronics

Printemps des Arts
Jünger, Fabrice: Remember
Fabrice Jünger; Gilles Peseyre; Marc Gadave; Roxane Gentil

BadajozParajes nórdicos

Svendsen, Grøndahl, Sibelius
Orquesta de Extremadura; Miguel Romea; Antonio Lloret

CáceresParajes nórdicos

Svendsen, Grøndahl, Sibelius
Orquesta de Extremadura; Miguel Romea; Antonio Lloret

BambergChamber Concert: Brass quintet

Bamberger Symphoniker
Bach, Handel, McKee, Bernstein
Heiko Triebener; William Tuttle; Stefan Lüghausen; Johannes Trunk

DresdenNils Landgren & Friends

Dresdner Musikfestspiele
Nils Landgren; Ida Sand; Viktoria Tolstoy

ZurichHope meets Landgren

Bernstein, Sting
Zurich Chamber Orchestra; Daniel Hope; Nils Landgren
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Blast from the past: Rattle and the LSO deliver a showstopper

Conducting a programme of mostly 20th-century classics that could have come from his early glory days in Birmingham, Rattle was in his element.
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Bold, brash and Bacchic: Chineke! Orchestra undimmed as ever

The Chineke! Orchestra always aims at mixing the old and familiar (Beethoven, Ravel) with lesser-known corners of the repertory (Coleridge-Taylor, Walker). Anthony Parnther conducts with Kenneth Thompkins as soloist.
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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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