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Performer: Alain Altinoglu

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MunichZimmermann & Ravel

Zimmermann, Ravel
Munich Philharmonic Orchestra; Alain Altinoglu; Renaud Capuçon

BrusselsDer SchauspieldirektorConcert Performance

Mozart: Der Schauspieldirektor (The Impresario)
Alain Altinoglu; De Munt | La Monnaie; Liv Redpath; Simona Houda-Šaturová; Thomas Blondelle; Georg Nigl

BrusselsVerdi's Falstaff

Verdi: Falstaff
Alain Altinoglu; Laurent Pelly; De Munt | La Monnaie; Barbara de Limburg; Roberto Frontali; Werner Van Mechelen

ParisOlivier Latry & Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France

Bartók, Syrse, Dusapin
Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France; Alain Altinoglu; Olivier Latry
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Orchestral colour by the container load: Altinoglu and the LSO

Alain Altinoglu © Marco Borggreve
After an enjoyable but safe Rachmaninov Piano Concerto no. 2, Altinoglu celebrates his birthday by rendering each of Pictures at an Exhibition in extravagant orchestral Technicolor.
****1
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Listen with Mother: Tsar Saltan as autism parable at La Monnaie

Svetlana Aksenova (Militrisa) and Bogdan Volkov (Gvidon) © Forster
Dmitri Tcherniakov's staging turns Rimsky-Korsakov's opera into storytelling for an autistic boy, but does he deliver a fairy tale ending? 
*****
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A colourful journey with Igor Levit and the ONF

Igor Levit © Robbie Lawrence
With Alain Altinoglu at the podium, the programme of works by Beethoven, Ravel and Stravinsky showed off Levit's lightness and freshness and brought out the excitement of fairytales.
****1
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Beethoven and Henderickx for a striking programme in Brussels

Alain Altinoglu © Marco Borggreve
Beethoven’s Fifth and Sixth Symphonies and a dazzling new work by Wim Henderickx at Bozar
****1
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A manifesto against war: Dubugnon première impresses in Brussels

Alain Altinoglu © Marco Borggreve
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.
***11
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