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Performer: Antoine Tamestit

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LondonAntoine Tamestit & Friends

Antoine Tamestit; Masato Suzuki

LondonLSO Artist Portrait: Antoine Tamestit

Berio, Stravinsky
London Symphony Orchestra; François-Xavier Roth; Antoine Tamestit

LondonLSO Artist Portrait: Antoine Tamestit

Walton, Tippett
London Symphony Orchestra; Alan Gilbert; Antoine Tamestit; London Symphony Chorus; Simon Halsey

LondonAntoine Tamestit & Friends

Berio: Naturale
Antoine Tamestit; Colin Currie

AmsterdamFröst, Tamestit and Wosner play Mozart's Kegelstatt Trio

© Mats Backer
Mozart, Fauré, Brahms
Martin Fröst; Antoine Tamestit; Shai Wosner
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Harding shines and Tamestit meanders as Paris comes to Edinburgh

Daniel Harding conducts the Orchestre de Paris © Ryan Buchanan
Harding demonstrates how this orchestra have improved under his leadership, but Tamestit's theatrics don't help.
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Shostakovich, Berlioz and the Great American Songbook at the Barbican

Daniil Trifonov © Dario Acosta
Philip Cobb’s bluesy inflections turned the dear old Barbican Hall into the coolest nightspot in the capital; they might as well have lowered the lights and served cocktails.
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A study in suffering: Currentzis at the Elbphilharmonie

Antoine Tamestit and Teodor Currentzis © Daniel Dittus
Teodor Currentzis, on tour with the SWR Symphony Orchestra, pairs two Russian masterpieces written a century apart: Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony and Schnittke's Viola Concerto with Antoine Tamestit.
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Byron's Harold the unlikely star in Gardiner's Berlioz Prom

Antoine Tamestit and the Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Antoine Tamestit takes a peripatetic approach to Byron's brooding hero, while Joyce DiDonato dies – twice – as Cleopatra and Dido. 
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Emotional extremes from the Belcea Quartet

Belcea Quartet © Marco Borggreve
The Belcea Quartet gave us bleak despair in their Shostakovich, but joined by Antoine Tamestit, they also gave us joyful Mozart and life-affirming Brahms.
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