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Performer: Boris Giltburg

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AmsterdamEmpty Concertgebouw Sessions: Simone Lamsma & Boris Giltburg

Beethoven: Violin Sonata no. 6 in A major, Op.30 no.1
Simone Lamsma; Boris Giltburg

GlasgowGiltburg performs Beethoven

Tabita Berglund conducts the RSNO © Royal Scottish National Orchestra
Beethoven, Sibelius
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Tabita Berglund; Boris Giltburg

ManchesterTrail-blazing Hallé

Trail-blazing Hallé
Debussy, Rachmaninov, Watkins
The Hallé; Sir Mark Elder; Boris Giltburg
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Tabita Berglund conducts the RSNO in Beethoven and Sibelius

Tabita Berglund conducts the RSNO © Royal Scottish National Orchestra
Boris Giltburg provides a captivating interpretation of Beethoven’s Third Piano Concerto, filled with youthful flair. 
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Astute chamber sensibilities from the RLPO and Joshua Weilerstein

Boris Giltburg © Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
Joshua Weilerstein returns to Liverpool with a rewarding programme of Rossini, Stravinsky and Beethoven.
****1
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Giltburg triumphs in Beethoven 4 with Stutzmann and RTÉ NSO

Boris Giltburg © Sasha Gusov
Giltburg's playing was like liquid silver pouring out of the Steinway.
****1
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Giltburg impresses in Petrenko’s Italian summer in Liverpool

Boris Giltburg © Sasha Gusov
As part of their ‘summer’ season, Vasily Petrenko conducted the RLPO in Mendelssohn’s sunny “Italian” Symphony. Boris Giltburg uses Beethoven’s Emperor as a showcase for his flawless talents.
****1
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Electrifying Rach 3 from Giltburg in Rotterdam

Boris Giltburg © Sasha Gusov
A Russian double bill from the Rotterdam Philharmonic in their own turf under Stanislav Kochanovsky.
****1
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Boris Giltburg and the CBSO power through Prokofiev

Boris Giltburg © Marc Gourdon
A triumphant night for the CBSO, Harish Shankar and Boris Giltburg, with the mighty Saint-Saëns’ “Organ Symphony” and an inspired performance of Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto no. 3.
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