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Performer: Candida Thompson

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IstanbulAmsterdam Sinfonietta and Valentina Lisitsa

Istanbul Music Festival
Adès, Walton, Chopin
Amsterdam Sinfonietta; Candida Thompson; Valentina Lisitsa
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AmsterdamSunday Morning Concerts: Mozart

Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante for Violin and Viola in E flat major, K364 (K320d)
Amsterdam Sinfonietta; Sergey Khachatryan; Candida Thompson

AmsterdamSunday Morning Concerts: Arensky

Arensky: String Quartet no. 2 in A minor, Op.35
Amsterdam Sinfonietta; Candida Thompson
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Thomas Oliemans in heartfelt chansons at the Concertgebouw

Baritone and pianist Thomas Oliemans demonstrated his love of the French chanson accompanied by the richly layered strings of the Amsterdam Sinfonietta.
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Serenade and sorrow from Amsterdam Sinfonietta, Arcayürek and Klieser

The impressive Amsterdam Sinfonietta showed lucidity and depth in Britten and Shostakovich, with tenor Ilker Arcayürek and horn player Felix Klieser adding much to the quality.
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Rana brings energy and clarity to Bach in Amsterdam

Ominous Bartók, polished Mozart and energetic Bach, all on a superb musical spring evening in Amsterdam.
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Playful light and colour from Amsterdam Sinfonietta

Imaginative Bach and an exciting new work by Dobrinka Tabakova played by the Amsterdam Sinfonietta with pianists Ferhan and Ferzan Önder.
***11
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A lesson in lieder from Thomas Hampson

A magnificent evening of lieder from Thomas Hampson with the Amsterdam Sinfonietta in crisp accompaniment.
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Passion and eloquence from the Amsterdam Sinfonietta and Ronald Brautigam

On Saturday evening, the Amsterdam Sinfonietta with soloist Ronald Brautigam presented a splendidly varied programme including pieces by Webern, Mozart and Bach.The Sinfonietta began their programme with a thrilling adaptation of Webern’s Langsamer Satz, an early neo-Romantic piece originally written for string quartet.
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