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Performer: Benjamin Grosvenor

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BarcelonaBenjamin Grosvenor, piano

Brahms, Chopin, Liszt
Benjamin Grosvenor, Piano

BedfordPhilharmonia Orchestra: The New World Symphony

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Wagner, Liszt, Dvořák
Philharmonia Orchestra; Eun Sun Kim; Benjamin Grosvenor

LondonBenjamin Grosvenor Performs Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4

BBC Proms
Chin, Beethoven, Saint-Saëns
The Hallé; Sir Mark Elder; Benjamin Grosvenor; Anna Lapwood
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GlasgowBenjamin Grosvenor Plays Chopin

Kilar, Chopin, Lutosławski
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Elim Chan; Benjamin Grosvenor
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Delicacy and musical intelligence: Benjamin Grosvenor in recital

Unlike many of his peers at the concert grand, Grosvenor kept histrionics to a minimum as he plays a well-programmed London recital. 
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Benjamin Grosvenor shines in Chopin’s E minor concerto

There was never any hint of over-sentimentality in the playing of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra's artist-in-residence. 
****1
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Elegance and accuracy from Järvi and the Philharmonia

The Estonian conductor takes evident delight in conducting mercurial Ravel and Shostakovich; Mozart is harder to engage with in an empty Royal Albert Hall.
***11
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Ornate Franck and dreamy Szymanowski from Park and Grosvenor

In a tempting recital, Hyeyoon Park and Benjamin Grosvenor filled an empty Wigmore Hall with perfumed music.
****1
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Matinee enchantment from Grosvenor, Sinaisky and the CBSO

This afternoon Vassily Sinaisky was in charge of the CBSO for a matinee performance which began with Wagner’s overture, ended with a Sibelius symphony and had siphoned between them an ever-popular piano concerto by Mozart.
****1
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Russian warhorses: Alondra de la Parra and the LPO

Alondra de la Parra breathes new life into Russian classics
****1
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