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Performer: Brett Dean

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StockholmBeethoven, Dean & Farrenc

Beethoven, Dean, Farrenc
Alan Gilbert; Brett Dean; Kajsa William-Olsson; Håkan Ehrén; Simon Crawford-Phillips

EdinburghHebrides Ensemble with Brett Dean

Dean, Brahms
Brett Dean; Hebrides Ensemble
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Stephenson's Une Saison en Enfer lights up Aurora Orchestra

Aurora Orchestra prove too muscular for accompanying voices in Wigmore Hall, but Stephenson's setting of Rimbaud's poetry is impressive.
***11
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Brett Dean meets Beethoven: The new Tonhalle Maag’s first concert this season

This wasn’t just any concert. The Zurich Tonhalle’s new season was opening in a brand new hall in the trendy Züri-West quarter of the city.
****1
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BBCSO and Oramo master three masterly orchestral works

Oramo and the BBC Symphony Orchestra negotiate a challenging first half with works by Bax and Dean, followed by a superb rendering of Elgar's first symphony
*****
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Britten Sinfonia serves up another treat "At Lunch"

Alison Bell joins Britten Sinfonia to wow at Wigmore Hall in the fourth of the orchestra’s lunchtime chamber series, including Schoenberg's String Quartet no. 2.
****1
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Mozart to Brett Dean: Australian Chamber Orchestra on form in eclectic, partly-electric concert

Spot the odd one out: a symphony by Haydn, another by Mozart, a violin concerto by Mozart, and Electric Preludes by Brett Dean (2012). The bill of fare offered by the Australian Chamber Orchestra on Sunday cannot be called typical for them, since their programs evade any easy categorisation, but the gesture of mixing old and new is certainly a familiar gambit.
****1
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Aurora put their unique mark on the Pastoral

With their appetite for musical diversity and youthful enthusiasm, the six-year-old Aurora Orchestra and their principal conductor, Nicholas Collon, have grand ambitions. With ‘When Doves Cry’ they did not disappoint, showing both their exceptional aptitude for showcasing contemporary music and a promising ability to inject freshness into seminal classical works.
****1
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