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Performer: Francesco Piemontesi

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LondonFrancesco Piemontesi: Bach, Debussy & Rachmaninov

© Marco Borggreve
Bach, Debussy, Rachmaninov
Francesco Piemontesi, Piano

PragueBrahms, Bruckner

Brahms, Bruckner
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra; Pablo Heras-Casado; Francesco Piemontesi

ZürichMahler / Mozart

Mahler / Mozart
Mozart, Mahler
Philharmonia Zürich; Manfred Honeck; Francesco Piemontesi

HelsinkiRomeo and Juliet

Beethoven, Chin, Prokofiev
Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra; Antony Hermus; Francesco Piemontesi

OsloBartók and Beethoven

Beethoven, Bartók
Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra; Marek Janowski; Francesco Piemontesi
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From the sublime to the celestial: Piemontesi, Manze and the RLPO

Francesco Piemontesi © Marco Borggreve
Francesco Piemontesi performed Brahms’ monumental second concerto with captivating results, followed by Andrew Manze’s carefully considered interpretation of Mozart’s Jupiter symphony in Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall.
****1
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Prom 2: Poise and restraint from Alain Altinoglu and the RPO

Alain Altinoglu © Marco Borggreve
Polished but ultimately tepid performances that kept the emotional temperature under wraps despite some fine individual playing and singing.
***11
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Latin fire and spirit at the Elbphilharmonie

Pablo Heras-Casado © Fernando Sancho
A long four-movement concerto and a long symphonic work by two close musical friends, given by Pablo Heras-Casado, Francesco Piemontesi and the NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchester.
***11
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Norrington and the SWR in heroic vein

Sir Roger Norrington © Alberto Venzago
An overture, a concerto and a symphony by the incomparable Beethoven delivered with heroic commitment by the SWR Symphony Orchestra, Sir Roger Norrington and Francesco Piemontesi.
****1
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Symphonic grandeur and two curious farewells from Elder and LSO

Sir Mark Elder © Benjamin Ealovega
A stirring account of Elgar’s First Symphony from Sir Mark Elder and the LSO, with a rare outing given to Janáček’s last orchestral work and Francesco Piemontesi polished in Bartók.
****1
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