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Performer: David Zinman

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LondonOut of Italy

© Steve Riskind
Vaughan Williams, Mozart, Strauss R.
London Philharmonic Orchestra; David Zinman; Richard Goode

ZürichDavid Zinman dirigiert Adams und Beethoven

Beethoven, Adams
Tonhalle Orchester Zürich; David Zinman; Marc-André Hamelin

AntwerpSchubert 6 with David Zinman

Strauss R., Schubert
Antwerp Symphony Orchestra; David Zinman; Kian Soltani
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The American Dream still lives in Antwerp

Špaček subtly illuminated the tough and serious first movement with shafts of light, convincingly sweetened his tone for the lyricism of the intermezzo-like Andante moderato, and gave a dazzling display in the exhilarating finale.
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Zinman conducts old friends at Ravinia

At the Ravinia Festival, David Zinman conducts the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the eminent violinist Gil Shaham in music by Prokofiev and Brahms.
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Bernstein’s Age of Anxiety

David Zinman marked his own 80th birthday and the CSO's 80th Ravinia season with Bernstein's The Age of Anxiety featuring the formidable Misha Dichter, and Brahms' bucolic Second Symphony.
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Zurich Tonhalle at the BBC Proms

After 19 years, David Zinman took his leave from the post of music director of the Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich yesterday with an affectionate Proms programme of Strauss, Dvořák and Beethoven. 
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Sensitive interpretations of Sibelius and Schumann from the New York Philharmonic and David Zinman

On Friday morning here in the United States, 27 individuals lost their lives in a tragic mass shooting. I would like to preface this review by expressing my sincere condolences for all affected by the tragedy.At the same time on Friday morning, the New York Philharmonic performed a lovely if conventional concert under the baton of David Zinman (replacing Daniel Harding, who was ill).
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David Zinman's Beethoven Festival in New York Ends with a Solid Eroica

There is, nowadays, no one way to play a Beethoven symphony – if indeed there ever was. Just as we today are exposed to the myriad methods of Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Christian Thielemann, Bernard Haitink, and Osmo Vänskä, the supposedly bad old days of the 1950s found space for the very different talents of Wilhelm Furtwängler, Otto Klemperer, Erich Kleiber, and Hermann Scherchen to rub shoulders
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