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Performer: Frank Peter Zimmermann

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AmsterdamFrank Peter Zimmermann and Shanghai Symphony Orchestra: Prokofiev

© Ronald Knapp
Chen, Prokofiev, Rachmaninov
Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu; Frank Peter Zimmermann

BambergSeason Opening with Jakub Hrůša

Wagner, Martinů, Brahms
Bamberg Symphony; Jakub Hrůša; Frank Peter Zimmermann

BambergJakub Hrůša conducts Wagner, Martinů und Brahms

Wagner, Martinů, Brahms
Bamberg Symphony; Jakub Hrůša; Frank Peter Zimmermann

ErlangenJakub Hrůša conducts Wagner, Martinů und Brahms

Wagner, Martinů, Brahms
Bamberg Symphony; Jakub Hrůša; Frank Peter Zimmermann

Bad WörishofenJakub Hrůša conducts Wagner, Martinů und Brahms

Wagner, Martinů, Brahms
Bamberg Symphony; Jakub Hrůša; Frank Peter Zimmermann
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In Prague, an orchestra in transition

Jakub Hrůša, Frank Peter Zimmermann and the Czech Philharmonic © Petra Hajská
After blazing new trails abroad, the Czech Philhamonic keeps its hometown fans happy with a rousing return to form.
****1
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Zimmermann and his “Lady” tackle Beethoven in Zurich

Frank Peter Zimmermann © Harald Hoffmann | Hänssler Classic
In a terrific performance under Manfred Honeck, the German violinist brings down the house with Beethoven's Violin Concerto. 
*****
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Zimmermann's Bach and Schumann stand out in Barcelona

Frank Peter Zimmermann © Harald Hoffmann | Hänssler Classic
This season, the Orquestra Simfònica de Barcelona i Nacional de Catalunya (OBC) is turning its eyes towards Bach, whilst at the same time programming the usual great symphonic repertoire, as well as contemporary composers. Here, Kazushi Ono gathered a Bach concerto (transcribed for violin), a rarely-performed work by Schumann and Richard Strauss’ Also sprach Zarathustra.
***11
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Gatti's Brahms and Beethoven with the RCO

Daniele Gatti © Pablo Faccinetto
The Concertgebouw's distinctive sound has remained intact. Ripe lower strings meld with limpid winds and sculpted horns emerge slowly into the foreground all gleaming and glistening.
****1
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Rides in a fast machine: precision-engineering in Berlin

Alan Gilbert © Chris Lee | New York Philharmonic
The New York Phil's music director drives his Tchaikovsky hard but brings taut control to 20th-century repertoire, with Frank Peter Zimmermann oustanding in Bartók. 
****1
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