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Performer: Alina Ibragimova

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ParisChausson's Concerto

Chausson's Concerto
Lekeu, Debussy, Chausson
Alina Ibragimova; Cédric Tiberghien; Doric String Quartet; Alex Redington

BantryCoffee Concert

Alina Ibragimova, Violin

BantryMain Evening Concert

Mozart, Dean, Weinberg
Alina Ibragimova; Brett Dean; Leonard Elschenbroich; José Gallardo


Rossini, Mozart, van der Aa, Simpson, Schumann, Weinberg
Rosanne Philippens; Mairéad Hickey; Leonard Elschenbroich; Rick Stotjin

BudapestVilde Frang, Alina Ibragimova...

Rebel, Schubert, Ridout, Vivaldi
Members of the Festival Academy Budapest; Balázs Szabó; Alina Ibragimova; Katalin Kokas; Enrico Bronzi
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Leonard Slatkin: an exciting performance in Dublin

Leonard Slatkin © Cybelle Codish
Ibragimova delivers a delectable performance of Strauss' Violin Concerto, while Slatkin and the RTÉ NSO impress with McTee and Elgar. 
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Harding and the Swedish Radio Symphony at the Elbphilharmonie

Daniel Harding, Alina Ibragimova and the Swedish RSO at the Elbphilharmonie © Claudia Hohne
Daniel Harding and the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra in love with Pettersson and Berlioz, whereas Alina Ibragimova disappoints in Schumann.
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Prom 52: Gardner chisels out the bigger picture in Sibelius 2

Edward Gardner conducts the Bergen Philharmonic © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
A theatrical first half saw the world première of Rolf Wallin's violin concerto, Whirld, played by Alina Ibragimova.  
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Haitink brings out the best in the COE

Bernard Haitink conducts the Chamber Orchestra of Europe © Priska Ketterer
The Chamber Orchestra of Europe under conductor Bernard Haitink dazzled the Lucerne Festival audience with a programme of works by Mendelssohn and Schubert. 
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Ibragimova thrills in splendid Bantry closer

Alina Ibragimova © Eva Vermandel
Those concertgoers who tore themselves away from the beach could watch the glorious sunlight fade to dusk through the Bantry House Library's huge windows.
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