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Performer: Gergely Madaras

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TokyoGergely Madaras / Tomoki Sakata

NHK Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo
Bartók, Liszt, Kodály
NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo; Gergely Madaras; Tomoki Sakata

LondonAngela Gheorghiu Operatic Gala

London Philharmonic Orchestra
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Gergely Madaras; Angela Gheorghiu

BirminghamBritten & Tchaikovsky

Thorvaldsdottir, Britten, Tchaikovsky
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Gergely Madaras; Ian Bostridge
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In Brighton, Tchaikovsky's Fifth lifts Gergely Madaras' LPO debut

Madaras and the LPO rise above the routine in Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony, with an engaging performance of the Rococo Variations from Zlatomir Fung.
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A Tale of Two Symphonies: Larcher and Mahler in Birmingham

Gergely Madaras’ interesting approach to Mahler’s First suffers from sloppy execution while Larcher’s Third succeeds in a vivid evocation from the CBSO of triumph and tragedy.
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Bartók battles his inner demons and stars in his own Budapest ballet

Tamás Juronics choreographs the Concerto for Orchestra as a biographical ballet depicting a fragile Béla Bartók rising from his hospital bed.  
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Benjamin Grosvenor shines in Chopin’s E minor concerto

There was never any hint of over-sentimentality in the playing of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra's artist-in-residence. 
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Drowned in the orchestral storm: Otello at the Hungarian State Opera

Underwhelming performances, all too tempestuous conducting and an aesthetically pleasing but puzzling production fail to thrill.
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Gluck’s Don Juan fails to seduce

Gluck’s ballet Don Juan is a rarity but sadly, the tame performance by the Academy of Ancient Music, part of its ‘Grand Tour’ series, failed to seduce at Milton Court. 
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