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Performer: Daniel Hope

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ZürichOpening Concert with Emőke Baráth and Daniel Hope

© Harald Hoffmann
Handel, Tunder, Weiland, Weinberg, Beethoven
Zurich Chamber Orchestra; Emőke Baráth; Daniel Hope

SalzburgZKO on Tour

© Harald Hoffmann
Glass, Pärt, Schnittke, Schnyder, Richter
Zurich Chamber Orchestra; Daniel Hope

BernZKO on Tour

© Harald Hoffmann
Corelli, Bach, Handel, Vivaldi, Bloch
Zurich Chamber Orchestra; Simon Bürki; Daniel Hope

ZürichJubilee Concert

© Harald Hoffmann
Bach, Telemann, Geminiani, Vivaldi, Marti
Zurich Chamber Orchestra; Daniel Hope

ZürichThe Concerto Grosso in different time periods

© Harald Hoffmann
Scarlatti, Corelli, Jenkins, Handel, Vivaldi, Bloch
Zurich Chamber Orchestra; Daniel Hope; Simon Bürki
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Daniel Hope and the Basel Chamber Orchestra

Daniel Hope © Harald Hoffmann | DG
Hope can spin high-lying musical phrases with a sweetness and suspension that few of his contemporaries can match.
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Daniel Hope and the ZKO shake up the Baroque

Daniel Hope © Harald Hoffmann | DG
Featuring “greats” of the Italian and German Baroque, The Zurich Chamber Orchestra (ZKO) recently played a concert in the perfect venue.
***11
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“The Piano Quartet”: unconventionally strong and tangy

"The Piano Quartet" : Daniel Hope, Paul Neubauer, Wu Han and David Finckel © Tristan Cook
Yesterday’s all-Romantic programme displaced the usual thing with incredible panache, as Daniel Hope’s violin surveyed the ensemble with regal bearing. 
****1
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Daniel Hope shakes up the Baroque in Zurich

The Zurich Chamber Orchestra gave a riveting programme of Bach and Vivaldi at the Tonhalle, featuring soloist Daniel Hope.
***11
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Turkish delights tickle the Proms palate

For once, the musical menu was a good deal more sultry than the temperatures in the Royal Albert Hall as the Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic made a notable debut in a programme full of what Rudyard Kipling may well have described as “more-than-oriental splendour”.
****1
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