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Performer: Andrew Manze

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New York CityEroica Symphony

Beethoven
Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra; Andrew Manze; Vilde Frang

New York CityThe Four Seasons

Bartók, Vivaldi
Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra; Andrew Manze; Knut Sundquist; Pekka Kuusisto

LondonProm 74: Beethoven Night

Handel, arr. Manze, Beethoven, J. S. Bach, arr. Elgar
NDR Radiophilharmonie; Andrew Manze; Elizabeth Watts

Stockholm40 years of music: one choir, forty parts

Tallis, Hillborg, Britten
Andrew Manze; Swedish Radio Choir

LondonVisions of England

Visions of England
Purcell, Adès, Lawes, Vaughan Williams
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Andrew Manze; Anthony Marwood
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From the sublime to the celestial: Piemontesi, Manze and the RLPO

Francesco Piemontesi © Marco Borggreve
Francesco Piemontesi performed Brahms’ monumental second concerto with captivating results, followed by Andrew Manze’s carefully considered interpretation of Mozart’s Jupiter symphony in Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall.
****1
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Striking intimacy from Britten's War Requiem in Liverpool

Andrew Manze, Ed Lyon and Benjamin Appl © Mark McNulty
The RLPO and NDR Radiophilharmonie Hannover join forces for Britten's War Requiem.
****1
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C’est magnifique: Ravel in the hands of Andrew Manze

Sheku Kanneh-Mason © Lars Borges
In the week of remembrance, Sheku Kanneh-Mason played Elgar’s Cello Concerto with a level of British reverence, while Andrew Manze concluded with some exquisite Ravel. 
****1
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London calling: Haydn and Vaughan Williams at the Proms

Andrew Manze © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
An imaginative pairing of London symphonies find the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra in good form. 
****1
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Hough in exemplary Beethoven before Manze’s Antarctic tour

Andrew Manze © Benjamin Ealovega
Andrew Manze conducted the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra in two English choral pieces; Stephen Hough brought a fitting conclusion to his Beethoven concerto cycle as artist-in-residence. 
*****
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