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Performer: Christian Zacharias

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BergenMozart and Haydn with a French Touch

Haydn, Mozart, Poulenc
Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra; Christian Zacharias

MadridHaydn, Schumann

Haydn, Schumann
Haydn, Schumann
Orquesta de la Comunidad de Madrid; Christian Zacharias

BarcelonaZacharias interpreta el Segundo de Chopin

Zacharias interpreta el Segundo de Chopin
Dvořák, Chopin, Schumann
Orquestra Simfònica de Barcelona i Nacional de Catalunya; Christian Zacharias

ToulouseBrahms, Schumann

Brahms, Schumann
Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse; Christian Zacharias; Chœur du Capitole
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Montgomery première shines among the classics

Jessie Montgomery © Jiyang Chen
During Jessie Montgomery's Records from a Vanishing City, musical styles from avant-garde jazz to Angolan lullabies quarreled and overlapped, keeping our ears pricked for the duration of the piece.
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Mozart disappoints, but Rameau and Bizet compensate

Christian Zacharias © Marc Vanappelghem
It was an evening for showing off. The Basel Chamber Orchestra (being Bartoli and Scholl’s frequent partners) performed Bizet and Rameau, plus a Mozart concerto with conductor Christian Zacharias directing from the piano. 
***11
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Scottish Chamber Orchestra with Christian Zacharias

Scottish Chamber Orchestra © Chris Christodoulou
Alan Coady reviews Christian Zacharias and the Scottish Chamber in Mozart, Haydn, Ravel & Poulenc at Edinburgh's Queen's Hall.
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Unfinished Business: The Bamberg Symphony at Lincoln Center, Part Two

Bamberg Symphony Orchestra  ©  Richard Haughton
After an impressive Sunday afternoon of Webern, Schubert, and Brahms, the Bamberg Symphony outdid themselves Monday evening in repertoire by Beethoven and Ives, and another Schubert symphony. Christian Zacharias again joined Maestro Jonathan Nott, this time for Beethoven’s Piano Concerto no. 4.
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Vienna New and Old: The Bamberg Symphony at Lincoln Center

Bamberg Symphony Orchestra  ©  Richard Haughton
The Bamberg Symphony played the first of their two concerts at Lincoln Center on Sunday. The program had something of a Viennese bent, with works by Anton Webern (of the Second Viennese School), Schubert (the first of the great Romantics to call the city home), and Brahms (who lived there most of his life).
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