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Performer: Alexander Shelley

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LondonShostakovich 360°

Shostakovich 360°
Glazunov, Prokofiev, Borodin, Shostakovich
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Alexander Shelley; Kian Soltani

Santa Cruz de TenerifeBartók y el violín

Bartók y el violín
Stravinsky, Bartók, Ravel
Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife; Alexander Shelley; Veronika Eberle


Handel: Messiah
Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Alexander Shelley; Jane Archibald; Emily D'Angelo; Isaiah Bell; Russell Braun

TorontoJoshua Bell with NACO

Boulanger, Mendelssohn, Morlock, Prokofiev
National Arts Centre Orchestra; Alexander Shelley; Joshua Bell

LondonWagner 360°

Wagner 360°
Wagner, Liszt, Bulow, Brahms
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Alexander Shelley; Mariam Batsashvili
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Seeking new horizons with the Royal Philharmonic

Alexander Shelley © Dwayne Johnson
Alexander Shelley conducts a folksong-infused programme of Kodály and Bartók, with Mariam Batsashvili performing Liszt. 
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Fantasy and dreams from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Alexander Shelley © Thomas Dagg
Continuing its interesting series “Myths and Fairytales”, the Royal Philharmonic gave colourful interpretations of the Hänsel und Gretel overture and Peer Gynt.
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Tales of wonderment and vivid imagery

Yi-Jia Susanne Hou © Wright Music Management
Alexander Shelley curated a hot-blooded programme of adventure and imagery with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, with Susanne Hou showing extraordinary technique and class in Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto.
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Frenzy and passion at Cadogan Hall

Chloë Hanslip © Benjamin Ealovega
Alexander Shelley and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra mixed simplicity with demonic shenanigans in two Prokofiev symphonies, while Chloë Hanslip dug deep in an impassioned Sibelius Violin Concerto.
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A whirlwind of orchestral virtuosity from the RPO

Peter Jablonski © Benjamin Ealovega
An engaging soloist, passionate conductor and fantastic orchestral playing made light work of a slightly lop-sided and overlong concert. 
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