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Performer: Beatrice Rana

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ZürichBeethoven / Bruckner

Beethoven / Bruckner
Beethoven, Bruckner
Philharmonia Zürich; Fabio Luisi; Beatrice Rana

New York CityManfred Honeck conducts: Tchaikovsky with Beatrice Rana

Tchaikovsky
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Manfred Honeck; Beatrice Rana

ZürichBeethoven / Brahms

© Monika Rittershaus
Beethoven, Brahms
Philharmonia Zürich; Fabio Luisi; Beatrice Rana

AmsterdamStravinsky’s Firebird, Beatrice Rana with Rachmaninoffs Piano Concerto No. 2

© Ronald Knapp
Rachmaninov, Stravinsky
Antwerp Symphony Orchestra; Elim Chan; Beatrice Rana

SouthamptonBeatrice Rana

Bach, Schumann, Albéniz, Stravinsky
Beatrice Rana, Piano
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Luisi leads, Rana reigns in an extraordinary concert in Zurich

Fabio Luisi conducts Philharmonia Zürich © Monika Rittershaus
The extraordinary Italian pianist Beatrice Rana and the Philharmonia Zürich orchestra under Fabio Luisi lit up the stage in an unforgettable performance. 
*****
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A storm of thrills: Beatrice Rana makes landfall at the Wigmore

Beatrice Rana © Nicolas Bets
The Cliburn-winning pianist enthralls the Wigmore Hall audience with full-blooded Stravinsky and a distinctive, rounded approach to Bach.
****1
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An uneven performance at Carnegie Hall by The Orchestra of St Luke’s

Beatrice Rana © Steve J Sherman
A rare Bach devotee among today's immensely talented crop of under-thirty pianists, Beatrice Rana interpreted both concertos with great incisiveness.
***11
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Isolated thrills in Philadelphia Orchestra's Russian Masters

Yannick Nézet-Séguin © Jan Regan
The fast-rising Italian pianist Beatrice Rana offered a triumph of technique, but her playing lacked much emotional engagement or wit.
**111
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Young lions Tao and Rana tear into Beethoven

Beatrice Rana © Nicolas Bets
When it was announced from the stage that Gustavo Dudamel would not be conducting due to a "family emergency," the orchestra played for Conducting Fellow Stephen Mulligan as if he were a maestro.
*****
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