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Performer: Alessio Bax

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New York CityHungarian Fire

Brahms, Kodály, Bartók
Alessio Bax; Ani Kavafian; Alexi Kenney; Yura Lee

MelbourneBeethoven, Mozart and Sibelius

Beethoven, Mozart, Sibelius
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra; Sir Andrew Davis; Alessio Bax
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To sleep perchance to dream? Sir Andrew Davis leads the BSO

John Harbison following the performance of his Second Symphony © Hilary Scott
John Harbison's Second Symphony takes the listener from Dawn to Darkness, while Vaughan Williams' Fifth offers “the similitude of a dream” in Boston. 
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Bax's “Emperor” reigns in Siena

Alessio Bax in Siena © Paul Flanagan
The Incontri in terra di Siena festival's incoming artistic director, Alessio Bax, goes down a storm with Beethoven's "Emperor".
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Dvořák's New World grows tired

Alessio Bax © Lisa-Marie Mazzucco
This young ensemble was curiously lacking in youthful energy in a concert of orchestral classics with a few too many fluffed notes. 
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Alessio Bax and Lucille Chung at Lincoln Center

Alessio Bax and Lucille Chung © Lisa Marie Mazzucco
Trekking through the bitter cold, devoted concert-goers made their way to the Walter Reade Theater on Sunday morning to see husband-wife piano duo Alessio Bax and Lucille Chung perform an installment of Lincoln Center’s Sunday Morning Coffee Concerts.
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New conductor saves Berkeley Symphony season opener

Gerard Schwarz  ©  Ben Vanhouten
All was set for the Berkeley Symphony to launch its new season, the fifth under the direction of Joana Carneiro, when a moment of panic, no doubt, rattled the front office. Due to a medical condition that temporarily prevented air travel, Carneiro would be unable to reach Berkeley in time to lead on 3 October.
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