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LondonStraight to the Heart: Xian Zhang conducts Tchaikovsky

Ngwenyama, Hummel, Tchaikovsky
London Symphony Orchestra; Xian Zhang; James Fountain

StockholmDaniel Börtz 80 YearsWorld premiere

Börtz
Andreas Hanson; The Royal Swedish Army Band; Karl-Magnus Fredriksson; Bodil Kindlundh; Erik Rönér

LondonManchester Collective & Alice Zawadzki

Zawadzki, Miller, Ravel
Rakhi Singh; Alice Zawadzki; Unknown; Fred Thomas; Manchester Collective

MadridSatélite 12: Esencias

Adès, Bruce, Copland, Martinů
Mario Pérez; Ane Matxain; Alicia Salas; Josep Trescolí

BarcelonaDesde el silencio: Pascual-Vilaplana

Brotons, Arutiunian, Valero-Castells
José Rafael Pascual-Vilaplana; Banda Municipal de Barcelona; Selina Ott

LondonHaydn Trumpet Concerto with Matilda Lloyd

Farrenc, Haydn, Schubert
Bath Festival Orchestra; Peter Manning; Matilda Lloyd

LondonAcademy Jazz Festival

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Nachtträume in Zurich: Marcos Morau's portrait of threatened worlds

Opernhaus Zürich stages the world premiere of Nachtträume (Night Dreams), a compelling new work by Spanish choreographer, Marcos Morau.
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Lerici Music Festival: two world premieres inspired by Shelley

This is the bicentenary of the Shelley's death, drowned in a storm off the coast here in July 1822 and so, naturally, the Lerici Music Festival has taken the poet as its theme this year.
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Nurturing emergent talent: the Järvi Academy at work in Pärnu

Aspiring young conductors literally have to face the music in a second half showcasing their skills, while their teachers kick off proceedings with chamber music presentations of Estonian composers. 
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Rattle and the LSO turn the world upside down

Expect the unexpected when Sir Simon Rattle conducts the LSO. There will always be something that works, and sharpens your musical sensibilities, and something that doesn't. Ligeti, Wagner and Jolas vie for attention with Brahms.
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Cancelled Christmas? Knot on your life: Bach at Wigmore Hall

The Solomon's Knot collective offered a lively account of four cantatas from Bach's Christmas Oratorio
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Songs of the self: Hardenberger, Nelsons and the Boston Symphony

Widmann’s maze keeps the listener off balance, constantly surprising and tricking the ears as a labyrinth constantly surprises and tricks the eyes.
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Unexpected surprises and delights for Wet Ink Ensemble

It would be rash to make assumptions about the composer/performer collective based on a single program, but it was still not to notice a divergence from the past in the program of world premieres.

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