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Performer: Alice Sara Ott

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IstanbulAlice Sara Ott: Echoes of Life

Istanbul Music Festival
Tristano, Chopin, Ligeti, Rota, Gonzales, Takemitsu, Pärt, Ott
Alice Sara Ott, Piano

LondonNathalie Stutzmann: Franck, Beethoven & Brahms

London Symphony Orchestra
Franck, Beethoven, Brahms
London Symphony Orchestra; Nathalie Stutzmann; Alice Sara Ott

LondonGianandrea Noseda & Alice Sara OttWorld premiere

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Drewett, Ravel, Shostakovich
London Symphony Orchestra; Gianandrea Noseda; Alice Sara Ott
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GothenburgLiszt Piano Concerto No 2

Liszt: Piano Concerto no. 2 in A major, S 125
Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra; Santtu-Matias Rouvali; Alice Sara Ott
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Alice Sara Ott and Scheherazade weave tales

Tchaikovsky’s First Piano Concerto is every inch the warhorse asScheherazade, yet with Ott there was never a sense of routine.
***11
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Ravel’s playful sound worlds with Alice Sara Ott

In which Santtu-Matias Rouvali and the Gothenburg Symphony seek out a contrast with the dark sound colours of Sibelius.
****1
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France 2 – 0 Finland: Rouvali and the Philharmonia

Maurice Ravel met Jean Sibelius at the Royal Festival Hall for a programme to which each composer contributed a waltz, but the musical terrain was anything but a level playing field. 
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Ott and de Waart bring magnificent Mozart and Dvořák to Antwerp

The Antwerp Symphony Orchestra make Dvořák’s Ninth Symphony sound like new, while Alice Sara Ott’s joy in playing Mozart is palpable.  
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Mercurial Schumann and portentous Bruckner in Cologne

Pianist Alice Sara Ott and the Dresden Philharmonic at the Cologne Philharmonic
****1
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Infernal Liszt: Ott, Pappano and a Faustian pact

The Faust Symphony formed the bloated climax of a demonic date with the Grim Reaper, who loomed large over Sir Antonio Pappano's “Total Liszt” programme with the LSO.
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