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Performer: David Robertson

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SydneyRay Chen plays Tchaikovsky

Chance, Tchaikovsky, Nielsen
Sydney Symphony Orchestra; David Robertson; Ray Chen

PhiladelphiaBeethoven’s “Pastoral” Symphony

Wolfe, Haydn, Beethoven
The Philadelphia Orchestra; David Robertson; Hai-Ye Ni
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BerlinLigeti’s Violin Concerto with Renaud Capuçon and David Robertson

Berliner Philharmoniker
Liszt, Ligeti, Bartók
Berliner Philharmoniker; David Robertson; Renaud Capuçon

AmsterdamSunday Morning Concerts: Mendelssohn and Sibelius

Mendelssohn, Sibelius
Netherlands Radio Philharmonic (Radio Filharmonisch Orkest); David Robertson; Sir Stephen Hough

HelsinkiDavid Robertson & Orli Shaham

Ligeti, Adams, Rachmaninov
Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra; David Robertson; Orli Shaham
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Playful Ligeti, high-tensile Bartók and reconsidered Rachmaninov

David Robertson's program combines a passionate and multilayered account of Bartók's Second Violin Concerto with early, rarely played works by Ligeti and Rachmaninov that challenges assumptions about their composers.
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Compelling voice from the New World: David Robertson at Prague Spring

Leading the Czech Philharmonic in a sampling of works by Charles Ives, Robertson built a bridge between Old World sensibilities and contemporary musical ideas.
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Kátya Kabanová flies to Rome for the first time

Richard Jones' setting is superb in its bare minimalism, but he pays great attention to all the psychological nuances in Janáček's opera. 
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Porgy and Bess returns as a great show at The Metropolitan Opera

James Robinson’s production allows the large cast of Catfish Row to interact like the old pals – almost family – that they are.
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Robertson and the BSO explore music in Paris during the interwar years

In Boston, an inventive program of Ravel, Honegger and Milhaud explores the Parisian musical melting pot of the 1920s and 30s.
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A thoroughly worthy Porgy and Bess opens the Met's season

The Met’s new production is directed by James Robinson, who has the characters interacting and listening to one another as if in real life – the inhabitants of Catfish Row have known each other for all of their lives and love, pray and grieve like family.
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