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Performer: Bernard Haitink

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LuganoHaydn, Beethoven

© Adriano Haitmann
Haydn, Beethoven
Orchestra Mozart; Bernard Haitink

BolognaOrchestra Mozart | Bernard Haitink in Bologna

© Marco Caselli Nirmal
Haydn, Beethoven
Orchestra Mozart; Bernard Haitink; Soloists of the Orchestra Mozart

BolognaOrchestra Mozart | Bernard Haitink | Martin Helmchen in Bologna

Orchestra Mozart | Bernard Haitink | Martin Helmchen in Bologna
Mendelssohn, Mozart, Schubert
Orchestra Mozart; Bernard Haitink; Martin Helmchen

LondonProm 60: Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra (I)

Beethoven, Bruckner
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra; Bernard Haitink; Murray Perahia

BerlinBernard Haitink

Mozart, Bruckner
Berliner Philharmoniker; Bernard Haitink; Paul Lewis
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Haitink conducts Mozart and Bruckner in Lucerne

Bernard Haitink © Todd Rosenberg
A concert repertoire played by the fine Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Bernard Haitink conducting, was a promising alliance for the last concert of this year’s Easter festival in Lucerne.
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Bohemian Rhapsody: Haitink rocks 90 with the LSO

Bernard Haitink © Mark Allan | Barbican
A wonderful evening of unforced, smiling music-making from Bernard Haitink, Isabelle Faust and the London Symphony Orchestra. 
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Haitink at 90: Extraordinary Bruckner with the LSO

Bernard Haitink conducts the LSO © Mark Allan | Barbican
Bernard Haitink conducts an extraordinary account of Bruckner's Fourth Symphony. 
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Flying Dutchman: Haitink conducts soaring Beethoven in Munich

Bernard Haitink conducts the BRSO © Peter Meisel
Bernard Haitink celebrated an early 90th birthday conducting the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and Chorus in a searching, joyous account of Beethoven's “Choral” Symphony.
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Exploring Romanticism: Haitink and the RCO perform Mozart and Brahms

Bernard Haitink © Todd Rosenberg
Bernard Haitink delights at the Concertgebouw in two great symphonies from masters of the 18th and 19th centuries. 
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