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Performer: Denis Kozhukhin

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Saffron WaldenAurora Orchestra: Shostakovich 9th from Memory

Aurora Orchestra: Shostakovich 9th from Memory
Mozart, Shostakovich
Aurora Orchestra; Nicholas Collon; Denis Kozhukhin; Tom Service

LondonProm 32: Inside Shostakovich

Aurora Orchestra; Nicholas Collon; Denis Kozhukhin; Tom Service

MadridLSO, Chaikovski y Smetana en Madrid con Ibermúsica

© Lars Gundersen
Tchaikovsky, Smetana
London Symphony Orchestra; Nikolaj Znaider; Denis Kozhukhin

LondonJakub Hrůša: Dvořák and Grieg

© Marco Borggreve
Kodály, Grieg, Dvořák
Philharmonia Orchestra; Jakub Hrůša; Denis Kozhukhin

BambergRafael Payare dirigiert Berlioz, Rubinstein & Sibelius

Berlioz, Rubinstein, Sibelius, Ward
Bamberg Symphony; Rafael Payare; Denis Kozhukhin
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Masterful Dukas and Rachmaninov from the Philharmonia

Paavo Järvi © Kaupo Kikkas
Paavo Järvi gave a real sense of occasion to the evening, though the Berlioz neither embraced frenzy nor nodded to the fantastical. 
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Parisian cafés, Manhattan cocktails bars

Denis Kozhukhin © Marco Borggreve
In the year of the centenary of Claude Debussy's death, pianist Denis Kozhukhin gave a heady and colourful performance of music by Debussy and George Gerswhin, a composer deeply influenced by his French counterpart.
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Exuberance and zest in Russian treats

Santtu-Matias Rouvali © Kaapo Kamu
Santtu-Matias Rouvali oozed enthusiasm and musicality with the Philharmonia in this all-Russian programme of Kabalevsky and Mussorgsky.
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Sunny Strauss on Verbier's slopes

Renaud Capuçon and Denis Kozhukhin © Nicolas Brodard
There were piano arpeggios that could have come from the pen of no other composer
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A pioneering spirit: Rattle’s imaginary journey through Haydn

Sir Simon Rattle © Sebastian Hanel
Sir Simon Rattle steers the LSO through a sequence of Haydn’s most forward-looking pieces while Denis Kozhukhin, as a late stand-in, is immense in Bartók’s Second Piano Concerto.
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