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Performer: Benjamin Beilman

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ReykjavikDebussy and Prokofíev

Debussy, Higdon, Prokofiev
Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Roderick Cox; Benjamin Beilman

MinneapolisSaint-Saëns Violin Concerto

Vaughan Williams, Saint-Saëns, Shostakovich
Minnesota Orchestra; Osmo Vänskä; Benjamin Beilman

MontrealHan-Na Chang conducts Shostakovich

Beethoven, Shostakovich
Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal; Benjamin Beilman; Han-Na Chang

MontrealHan-Na Chang conducts Shostakovich

Beethoven, Shostakovich
Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal; Benjamin Beilman; Han-Na Chang

FishtailBach, Berio, Dvořák

Bach, Berio, Dvořák
James Austin Smith; Benjamin Beilman; Ayane Kozasa; Saeunn Thorsteinsdottir
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Skrowaczewski's greatness in Bruckner revealed by the LPO

Benjamin Beilman's radiant Mendelssohn preceded Skrowaczewski and the LPO making a magnificent case for Bruckner's third version of his Symphony no. 3 in D minor at the Souhthbank Centre, London.
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Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center musicians perform Bliss, Szymanowski, and Suk

On Thursday evening, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center presented its inaugural concert of the 2013-2014 Late Night Rose series. On the stage of Lincoln Center’s Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio, performers put on a delightfully curated show, featuring the works of three lesser-known Western composers: Arthur Bliss, Karol Szymanowski, and Josef Suk.
*****
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Inspirational performances of Mendelssohn, Dohnányi and Franck at the Musica Viva Festival

At one point in Proust’s In Search of Lost Time, the narrator is listening to a sonata for piano and violin by the fictional Vinteuil, when “at a certain moment, without being able to distinguish any clear outline, or to give a name to what was pleasing him, suddenly enraptured, he tried to grasp the phrase or harmony – he did not know which – that had just been played and that had opened
*****
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Enigmas and emotions: Outstanding chamber musicians at the Musica Viva Festival in Sydney

The noted Beethoven pianist Artur Schnabel was famously interested only in music that he felt was “better than it can be performed”. This idea of works which transcend any individual performance seems particularly true when it comes to Beethoven’s late string quartets, enigmatic masterpieces which continue to pose challenges to interpreters nearly two centuries after they were written.
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A mighty wind: Opening night at the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

With so much of the chamber repertoire focused on strings and piano, it was a refreshing choice by the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center to open their season with some of the great works for winds.
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