Edward Gardner, Conductor

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Rolling his sleeves up: Ed Gardner in Bergen

As commutes go, London to Bergen has its attractions. Nearly a year into the post of chief conductor at the Bergen Philharmonic, Ed Gardner has a bounce in his step and exudes genuine enthusiasm for the job.
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BergenPeter Grimes - in concert

Britten: Peter Grimes
Edward Gardner; Bergen National Opera; Stuart Skelton; Giselle Allen; Ida Falk Winland; Vibeke Kristensen

LondonProm 1: First Night of the Proms

Coult, Beethoven, Adams
BBC Symphony Orchestra; Edward Gardner; Igor Levit; BBC Proms Youth Choir; BBC Symphony Chorus

BergenMusic highlights from the world of film

Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra; Edward Gardner

BergenBest of Grieg

Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra; Edward Gardner; Lise Davidsen

BergenSeason opening with Gardner and Andsnes

Stravinsky, Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky
Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra; Edward Gardner; Leif Ove Andsnes
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Netrebko in majestic form as Tatyana in Paris Onegin

In April, Peter Mattei and Anna Netrebko were starring together in Eugene Onegin at the Metropolitan Opera. Less than a month later and they are reunited in Paris in Willy Decker's staging.
***11
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Gardner and the CBSO play Mahler 5

A concert of remarkable clarity, turning the structural challenges of Haydn and Mahler into dramatic virtues.
*****
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From the moment he stepped on stage as our ill-fated title character, Italian tenor Vittorio Grigolo seemed as if he may burst at the seams. 
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A thrilling tour opener from the Bergen Philharmonic

Edward Gardner opens the Bergen Philharmonic's UK tour in great style. 
****1
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Despite the burbling streams with which Smetana's Vltava trickles into life, this was no pastoral stroll on the gentle slopes of Bohemia, Hungary and Poland.
****1
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