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Performer: Daniel Barenboim

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ParisDaniel Barenboim, Michael Barenboim, Kian Soltani

Beethoven
Daniel Barenboim; Michael Barenboim; Kian Soltani

LiverpoolDomingo Hindoyan and Daniel Barenboim

Lutosławski, Tchaikovsky
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Domingo Hindoyan; Daniel Barenboim

BerlinElektra

Strauss R.: Elektra
Daniel Barenboim; Patrice Chéreau; Staatsoper Berlin; Richard Peduzzi; Caroline de Vivaise; Dominique Bruguière; Gilles Bottacchi
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MunichMariss Jansons and Daniel Barenboim

Beethoven, Prokofiev
Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra; Mariss Jansons; Daniel Barenboim
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Don Giovanni laughs off his own death at Staatsoper Berlin

Finishing up their Mozart-Da Ponte trilogy with Don Giovanni, Daniel Barenboim and Vincent Huguet rely on mild punchlines and dignified tempi

***11
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West-Eastern Divan Orchestra shows its stars at the Salzburg Festival

Daniel Barenboim offered an unusually Germanic take on César Franck, while section leaders Michael Barenboim and Kian Soltani pulled double duty as soloists in Brahms' Double Concerto.
****1
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Daniel Barenboim steps in to conduct Brahms at Berlin Philharmonie

Replacing Mikko Franck at short notice, Barenboim joins Yefim Bronfman for a revised, all-Brahms programme.
****1
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Kindred spirits: Argerich and Barenboim at the Festival de Pâques

All the music in their joyous concert was composed to delight the ear, and during a distressing pandemic there can be no higher calling.
****1
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A marriage crisis turned action comedy: Figaro in Berlin

Part of a new Da-Ponte trilogy, Le nozze di Figaro premieres online at the Staatsoper Unter den Linden Berlin
****1
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BTHVN 2020 celebrated in Bonn by Barenboim and the WEDO

A mixed performance from Bonn, but there was magic from Barenboim's fingers in the Third Piano Concerto.
***11
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