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Performer: Gürzenich Orchestra

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CologneGinastera, Strauss, Brahms

Ginastera, Strauss R., Brahms
Gürzenich Orchestra; Juanjo Mena; François Leleux

CologneDie Geschichte vom FuchsNew production

Wulff-Woesten: Die Geschichte vom Fuchs
Rainer Mühlbach; Brigitta Gillessen; Oper Köln; Jens Kilian; Andreas Grüter; Ye-Eun Choi

CologneDie VögelNew production

Braunfels: The Birds (Die Vögel)
Gabriel Feltz; Nadja Loschky; Oper Köln; Ulrich Leitner; Irina Spreckelmeyer; Nicol Hungsberg; Wolfgang Nägele
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An excellent Rhenish from the Rhineland

Schumann's Third returns to its spiritual home as François-Xavier Roth conducts the Gürzenich Orchestra in a fine Rhenish
***11
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Punch and passion from Gürzenich Orchester Köln

An exciting, though brief, world premiere and Schubert’s turbulent Fourth Symphony were given impressive readings by the Gürzenich Orchestra under Michael Sanderling, with Raphaela Gromes sensitive and passionate in Schumann.
****1
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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.
****1
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Musical contrasts from Fabien Gabel and the Gürzenich Orchester Köln

In Cologne, Stravinsky's neoclassicism comes up against the echt-romanticism of Schreker and Korngold, ending in a draw.
****1
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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. 
****1
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A very palpable hit: Hamlet in Cologne

Brett Dean's operatic reworking of Shakespeare's Hamlet receives its German premiere in a powerful new staging by the work's librettist Matthew Jocelyn.
****1
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