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Performer: Bertrand Chamayou

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DijonBertrand Chamayou

Bertrand Chamayou
Schumann, Brahms
Orchestre des Champs-Elysées; Philippe Herreweghe; Bertrand Chamayou

AmsterdamMarc Albrecht Conducts Bruckner's Symphony No. 4

© Marco Borggreve
Mendelssohn, Bruckner
Dutch philharmonic orchestra; Marc Albrecht; Bertrand Chamayou

LondonProm 8: Youthful Beginnings

Boulanger, Mendelssohn, Owen, Schumann
BBC National Orchestra of Wales; Thomas Søndergård; Bertrand Chamayou

BedfordHerreweghe conducts Mozart and Bach

© Michiel Hendryckx
Bach, Mozart
Philharmonia Orchestra; Philippe Herreweghe; Bertrand Chamayou

CanterburyGods & Mortals

© Michiel Hendryckx
Bach, Mozart
Philharmonia Orchestra; Philippe Herreweghe; Bertrand Chamayou
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Truly transcendental: Chamayou triumphs in Liszt at Wigmore Hall

Bertrand Chamayou © Marco Borggreve | Warner Classics
Drama and poetry prevailed in Chamayou exhausting programme.
****1
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A powerful El amor brujo in Atlanta

Jun Märkl © Jean Baptiste Millot
The Atlanta Symphony and guest conductor Jun Märkl spin a spell with Falla's El amor brujo, with soprano Catalina Cuervo. 
***11
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Bertrand Chamayou makes brilliant Cleveland Orchestra debut in Scriabin concerto

Bertrand Chamayou © Marco Borggreve | Warner Classics
Susanna Mälkki was guest conductor for The Cleveland Orchestra’s Summers@Severance concert, which also included Schumann’s “Rhenish” Symphony.
****1
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“More Light! More Light!”

Ludovic Morlot © Lisa-Marie Mazzucco
Ludovic Morlot and Seattle Symphony wrap up their two-year Beethoven cycle with a new perspective on the Fifth, by way of Bohuslav Martinů and a thrilling Bartók Second Piano Concerto featuring Bertrand Chamayou.
****1
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Evocation of the Ancestors: Dutoit in Lugano

Bertrand Chamayou © Marco Borggreve | Warner Classics
Charles Dutoit, still sporting his trademark slick of black hair and a 79-year-old whirlwind of francophone charisma, clearly brings this band's playing to a new level, especially when the repertoire happens to be French and Russian music of the 20th century.
****1
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