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Performer: Baiba Skride

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StockholmBorisova-Ollas, Bruckner and Nowak

Borisova-Ollas, Bruckner and Nowak
Borisova-Ollas, Bruckner, Nowak
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Sakari Oramo; Baiba Skride

AmsterdamKarina Canellakis conducts Beethoven, Currier and Shostakovich

© Ronald Knapp
Beethoven, Currier, Shostakovich
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest; Karina Canellakis; Baiba Skride

RotterdamSibelius: chamber music

Sibelius
Baiba Skride; Roman Spitzer; Pepijn Meeuws; Jeroen Bal

RotterdamSibelius: Violin Concerto with Baiba Skride

Sibelius
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra; Jukka-Pekka Saraste; Baiba Skride

PittsburghTchaikovsky Violin Concerto

Glazunov, Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra; Juraj Valčuha; Baiba Skride
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Pranks, puppets, and the cosmos with Baiba Skride and Andris Nelsons

Baiba Skride, Andris Nelsons and the Boston Symphony © Robert Torres
The world premiere of Sebastian Currier’s Aether for violin and orchestra shifts attention from Till Eulenspiegel's earthy antics to the cosmic.
*****
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Hard-driven Brahms from Clemens Schuldt and the Bournemouth SO

Clemens Schuldt © Marco Borggreve

German and Latvian musicians joined the BSO for an evening of Romantic repertoire with variable results.

***11
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Kazuki Yamada rocks Symphony Hall

Kazuki Yamada © Marco Borggreve
Principal Guest Conductor Kazuki Yamada teases brilliant French sounds from the CBSO.
****1
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Sibelius Festival in Lahti opens with Swanwhite rarity

Baiba Skride © Maarit Kyt Aharju
Baiba Skride gripped the audience in Sibelius's Violin Concerto in the opening concert of this year's Sibelius Festival in Lahti, along with some rarities by the composer.
****1
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Nelsons and the Boston Symphony stare into the abyss

Andris Nelsons conducts the Boston Symphony © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Another Bernstein concerto-in-all-but-name followed by Shostakovich, this time with the Boston Symphony flexing their muscles. 
****1
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