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Performer: Danish National Symphony Orchestra

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GothenburgA stroke of genius

Beethoven, Nielsen
Danish National Symphony Orchestra; Fabio Luisi; Anne-Sophie Mutter

CopenhagenMena & Schubert's 9

Gade, Dvořák, Schubert
Danish National Symphony Orchestra; Juanjo Mena; Jean-Guihen Queyras

Santa Cruz de TenerifeOrquesta Sinfónica Nacional Danesa I

Gade, Nielsen, Schubert
Danish National Symphony Orchestra; Juanjo Mena; Mark Simpson; Jean-Guihen Queyras

CopenhagenThe Martyrdom of St Sebastien

Debussy: Le Martyre de saint Sébastien (The Martyrdom of St Sebastien)
Danish National Symphony Orchestra; Alain Altinoglu; Nora Gubisch; Sandrine Piau

CopenhagenSaraste & Sørensen

Sørensen, Prokofiev, Scriabin
Danish National Symphony Orchestra; Jukka-Pekka Saraste; Baiba Skride
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Steinbacher delivers superb Beethoven in SF

Arabella Steinbacher © Peter Rigaud
Fabio Luisi and the DNSO did not disappoint audiences in San Francisco, presenting a captivating program of Beethoven, Strauss and Nielsen.
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Great Danes in spirited Carl Nielsen anniversary celebration

“Denmark is not all Lego and pastries!” quipped Nikolaj Znaider to the Albert Hall audience. Indeed not. It is the land of Carl Nielsen, whose 150th birthday was celebrated in a packed Prom given by the Danish National Symphony Orchestra. 
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St Matthew Passion in Copenhagen

Admittedly, it has been quite some time since I heard a St Matthew Passion in a concert hall as opposed to a church. The Concert Hall of the Danish Radio in Copenhagen is an impressive building both inside and out; it was well-filled and buzzing with excitement for a passion featuring the radio orchestra, choir as well as young and attractive international soloists.
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Prom 35: An Evening with the Danish National Orchestra

The evening’s music commenced with Ligeti’s Night; Morning, one of the composer’s last works before his emigration to the West. Although only a very short piece, it exhibits some of the compositional approaches that are now synonymous with Ligeti’s style.