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Performer: Gemma New

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LondonShostakovich and Tchaikovsky

Dvořák, Shostakovich, Tchaikovsky
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Gemma New; Alena Baeva

EdinburghPictures at an Exhibition

Ligeti, Gershwin, Glazunov, Milhaud, Mussorgsky
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Gemma New; Jess Gillam

GlasgowPictures at an Exhibition

Ligeti, Gershwin, Glazunov, Milhaud, Mussorgsky
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Gemma New; Jess Gillam
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New light on an old friend: Mao Fujita plays Tchaikovsky with the RLPO

Gemma New conducts a fine Rhenish Symphony on her debut with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
****1
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Princely playing from Benjamin Beilman in new violin concerto

Beilman plays the world premiere of Chris Rogerson’s Violin Concerto no. 1 “The Little Prince” with the Kansas City Symphony under Gemma New.
*****
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Gemma New chooses large-scale works for her debut with The Hallé

Laura van der Heijden offered a deeply felt account of Walton's Cello Concerto, followed by a rare UK performance of Copland's Symphony no. 3.
****1
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Gemma New explores Gibson, Beethoven and Schumann with the LA Phil

The crossed warning searchlights were out and aircraft mostly stayed away, as Gemma New and the Los Angeles Philharmonic got to know each better in Beethoven and Schumann.
****1
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A meeting of cultures in NZSO's Matariki concert

A combination of Western orchestral tradition and traditional Māori culture proves a fascinating and a worthwhile contribution to New Zealand’s orchestral repertoire.
****1
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Exploring the terrain of contemporary American Soundscapes at Zankel Hall

On Wednesday night, a group of young artists coached by John Adams and David Robertson warmed up on the stage of Carnegie Hall’s Zankel Hall. The snatches of the music we were about to hear – from cinematic melodies to jaunty dance-like snippets – jumbled together as one usually expects of a warm-up.
***11
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