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LondonEnglish Chamber Orchestra with Ana de la Vega & Ramon Ortega Quero

Cimarosa, Elgar, Haydn, Stamitz, Mozart
English Chamber Orchestra; Ana de la Vega; Ramón Ortega Quero

LondonEnglish Chamber Orchestra & Leia Zhu

Mendelssohn, Dvořák, Schubert
English Chamber Orchestra; Joseph Wolfe; Leia Zhu

PortsmouthEnglish Chamber Orchestra: Sailing the Centuries

Holst, Mozart, Holloway, Geyer, Haydn
English Chamber Orchestra; Stephanie Gonley

RichmondEnglish Chamber Orchestra

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Warlock, Mozart, Holloway, Haydn
English Chamber Orchestra

LondonThe Oboist Entertains: François Leleux interprets Mozart.

Mozart, Penderecki, Mendelssohn
English Chamber Orchestra; François Leleux
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Classy Bach from Vilde Frang

Vilde Frang © Marco Borggreve
Vilde Frang galvanises the English Chamber Orchestra, with the slow movement of Bach's E major violin concerto proving the highlight of the evening.
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Power (and Padmore) to the ECO in Britten, Tippett and Woolrich

Mark Padmore © Marco Borggreve
An evening of English repertoire at King's Place where the pleasures were flecked with disappointments. 
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Engaging English entertainment

Jennifer Pike © Tom Barnes
Serebrier and the ECO deliver fine performances of Haydn, Beethoven and Vaughan Williams.  
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Gloucester remembers Ivor Gurney

Gloucestershire is rich in musical heritage; well-known composers connected with the county include Parry, Vaughan Williams and Howells, but one name that is less familiar these days is that of Howells’ friend Ivor Gurney.
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Prom Saturday Matinee 4: English Chamber Orchestra with Ben Johnson and Richard Watkins

When a programme is well put together and nicely themed, it is quite easy to turn one’s attention away from the sound of music, and onto the history of music. PCM 4 at Cadogan Hall was breezily introduced by the BBC compere as a programme marking Britten’s centenary, exploring his relationship with his peers, and celebrating his friend Lutoslawski. Yes, it did all that.
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