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Performer: François-Xavier Roth

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LondonLSO on Stage: Prélude à l'aprés-midi d'un faune

London Symphony Orchestra
Debussy: Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune
London Symphony Orchestra; François-Xavier Roth

LillePelléas et Mélisande

Debussy: Pelléas et Mélisande
François-Xavier Roth; Daniel Jeanneteau; Opéra de Lille; Olga Karpinsky; Marie-Christine Soma; Vannina Santoni

AmsterdamDie ersten MenschenNew production

Stephan: Die ersten Menschen
François-Xavier Roth; Calixto Bieito; Dutch National Opera; Rebecca Ringst; Ingo Krügler; Michael Bauer; Kyle Ketelsen
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Raising a glass to greatness: Gürzenich's splendid Stravinsky marathon

The players gathered at the bar for a Scotch as the credits rolled. After three hours and twenty minutes of note-taking, I decided to follow suit.
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Beethoven and beyond: the Gürzenich reinvents the concert programme

François-Xavier Roth and the Gürzenich Orchestra tear up the traditional concert programme to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Beethoven's birth. 
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Autumnal Elgar and visceral Bartók from Roth, Weilerstein and the LSO

At once visceral and disciplined, Roth drew scintillating playing from each section, none more so than the woodwind.
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An afternoon of fully-fledged Schumann and Brahms at Tanglewood

Yo-Yo Ma again displayed his wonderful expressiveness, his unsurpassed talent to project over his accompaniment.
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François-Xavier Roth makes an impressive Tanglewood debut

Kirill Gerstein’s interpretation of Brahms' Second Piano Concerto appeared as a true homage to the great Romanian pianist Radu Lupu.
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LSO Futures: A mixed night of mostly new music at the Barbican

The LSO Futures season presented a programme of alternately effective, un-engaging and overpowering music at the Barbican.
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