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Performer: BBC Symphony Orchestra

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LondonMissa Solemnis

Beethoven: Mass in D Major "Missa solemnis”, Op.123
BBC Symphony Orchestra; Richard Farnes; Elizabeth Llewellyn; Christine Rice; Thomas Atkins; Brindley Sherratt

LondonBBC Symphony Orchestra / Gardner

Schoenberg, Fried, Lehár, Brahms
BBC Symphony Orchestra; Edward Gardner; Dame Sarah Connolly; Stuart Skelton

LondonBBC Symphony Orchestra / Chauhan

Baker, Mozart, Bruckner
BBC Symphony Orchestra; Alpesh Chauhan; Eric Lu

LondonBBC Symphony Orchestra / Oramo

Rossini, Borisova-Ollas, Shostakovich
BBC Symphony Orchestra; Sakari Oramo; Baiba Skride

LondonBBC Symphony Orchestra / Stasevska

Anderson, Sibelius, Grime
BBC Symphony Orchestra; Dalia Stasevska; Leila Josefowicz
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Vedernikov and the BBCSO take a troika through the snow

Alexander Vedernikov © Marco Borggreve
If you're dreaming of a White Christmas, what better way to be guaranteed of snow than taking a trip to Russia with the BBC Symphony Orchestra?
***11
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Arcadia in Albion: BBC Symphony plays Vaughan Williams

Elena Urioste © Alessandra Tinozzi
Urioste’s marvellous playing wedded gleaming tone to sure technique in The Lark Ascending.
****1
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Alwyn's Miss Julie rescued from the operatic desert

Anna Patalong and Benedict Nelson in Miss Julie © BBC | Tom Howard
William Alwyn's operatic take on Strindberg is rarely performed – a complete mystery considering this excellent concert staging at the Barbican by the BBCSO under Sakari Oramo.
****1
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Prom 67: premieres and sublime Sibelius from Oramo and the BBCSO

Sakari Oramo conducts the BBCSO © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Who would have thought celebrating a Black Mass could be quite such fun?
****1
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A fine Music Makers in a watery themed Prom

Sir Andrew Davis © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Warmly affectionate Vaughan Williams contrasting with angular and psychologically charged Wood, followed by an emotional performance of Elgar's The Music Makers.
****1
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