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Performer: Aurora Orchestra

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BirminghamAurora Orchestra Music of the Spheres

Beethoven, Adès, Richter, Mozart
Aurora Orchestra; Nicholas Collon; Pekka Kuusisto

StockholmBritten, Schubert, Dvořák, Tchaikovsky

Britten, Schubert, Dvořák, Tchaikovsky
Aurora Orchestra; Camilla Tilling; Frans Helmerson; Daniel Bard

StockholmMozart, Gluck and Beethoven

Mozart, Gluck, Beethoven
Aurora Orchestra; Johannes Gustavsson; Camilla Tilling

StockholmBiber, Villa-Lobos, Sallinen, Tchaikovsky and Bartók

Biber, Villa-Lobos, Sallinen, Tchaikovsky, Bartók
Aurora Orchestra; Camilla Tilling; Torleif Thedéen; Daniel Bard

StockholmKorngold and Mahler

Korngold, Mahler
Aurora Orchestra; Jukka-Pekka Saraste; Leonidas Kavakos
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Paradise Regained: a heavenly evening with Aurora

Ben Griffiths performs Dark with Excessive Bright © Nick Rutter
Missy Mazzoli's double bass concerto receives its UK premiere as part of Kings Place's Venus Unwrapped season. 
*****
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The Monstrous Child: Norse hell in Covent Garden

Marta Fontanals-Simmons (Hel) © ROH | Stephen Cummiskey
The Linbury re-opens its doors to opera with a new work whose libretto is superbly crafted by Francesca Simon, featuring a tour de force performance by Marta Fontanals-Simmons as the Norse goddess Hel.
****1
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Winding journeys of song at Queen Elizabeth Hall

The Aurora Orchestra performed and supported a teeming program that took in Norwegian/Appalachian folk music, Mahler and a world premiere.
****1
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Heady Mozart and Strauss for dessert

Imogen Cooper © Sim Canetty-Clarke
Imogen Cooper shone in Aurora's serious and fulsome performances of Mozart.
****1
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Scintillating Beethoven and Gruber from Aurora Orchestra

Nicholas Collon, Marcus Farnsworth and the Aurora Orchestra © Nick Rutter
Smoke and Mirrors in the title, but nothing unreal about the performances at the Southbank.
****1
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