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Performer: Alisa Weilerstein

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MadridSinfónico 3: Histeria colectiva

Sinfónico 3: Histeria colectiva
Río-Pareja, Shostakovich, Stravinsky
Orquesta Nacional de España; David Afkham; Alisa Weilerstein

New York CityCzech Philharmonic

© Sheila Rock/Harald Hoffmann/Decca
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra; Semyon Bychkov; Alisa Weilerstein

ChicagoSymphony Center presents: Czech Philharmonic

Fišer, Dvořák
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra; Semyon Bychkov; Alisa Weilerstein

San FranciscoCzech Philharmonic plays Dvořák

Czech Philharmonic Orchestra; Semyon Bychkov; Alisa Weilerstein

BrugesRotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra

Schumann, Schubert
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra; Lahav Shani; Alisa Weilerstein
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Rafael Payare opens his final Ulster Orchestra season

Rafael Payare © Luis Cobelo
Husband and wife join together with the Ulster Orchestra in Ulster Hall, at the beginning of a year-long féile pairing the music of two twentieth-century giants of symphonic repertoire. 
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Prom 12: Karina Canellakis and the BBCSO bring energy and bite

Karina Canellakis and Alisa Weilerstein © BBC | Sarah Jeynes
A disparate set of pieces are connected to an intriguing theme in mostly successful performances, including Shostakovich from cellist Alisa Weilerstein.
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Shostakovich, Brahms and Simon Holt in Birmingham

Alisa Weilerstein © Harald Hoffmann | Decca
Alisa Weilerstein delivered an amazingly raw performance of Shostakovich’s Second Cello Concerto, whereas Ilan Volkov and the CBSO’s renditions of Simon Holt and Brahms (reimagined by Schoenberg) proved alienating and overblown.
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Sumptuous Barber with Weilerstein and the Cleveland

Alisa Weilerstein © Roger Mastroianni courtesy of The Cleveland Orchestra
A rousing Dvořák Symphony no. 8 and that composer’s The Water Sprite filled out a highly satisfying performance.
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National pride without sentimentality

Tomáš Netopil © Marco Borggreve
Tomáš Netopil directs ideal, ‘non-dairy’ performances of Mozart and Dvořák.
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