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Instrument: Trombone

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LondonLunchtime Recital - Aeris Brass Ensemble (Music for trombone quartet)

Lunchtime Recital - Aeris Brass Ensemble (Music for trombone quartet)
Aeris Brass Ensemble, Trombone

New York CityAnat Cohen Tentet

Anat Cohen Tentet
Oded Lev-Ari; Anat Cohen Tentet; Anat Cohen; Rubin Kodheli; Nadje Noordhuis

LondonECHO Rising Stars: Peter Moore (trombone)

Peter Moore, Trombone

DüsseldorfChris Barber - Weltklasse Jazz

© Horst Ossinger
Chris Barber; Bob Hunt; Peter Rudeforth; Mike Henry

StockholmPeter Moore and James Baillieu

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

ManchesterThe Hallé - Prokofiev's Fifth Symphony

© Benjamin Ealovega
Mozart, Casken, Prokofiev
The Hallé; Jamie Phillips; Katy Jones

BirminghamPeter Moore in recital

Gouinguene, Casterede, Panufnik, Brahms, Gershwin
Peter Moore; Jonathan Ware
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Passionate Shostakovich from Noseda and the LSO

Gianandrea Noseda © Steve Sherman
There were memorable moments, as Noseda continued his advocacy of Sir James MacMillan and Shostakovich symphony cycle. Yet Noseda’s maximalist approach had its costs, as it was only in the opening Kodály that found Noseda at his best.
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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
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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.
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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.
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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
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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. 
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