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Performer: Guy Braunstein

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CincinnatiUnlimited color: Bolero + Rouse Premiere

Ravel, Lalo, Rouse
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra; Louis Langrée; Guy Braunstein

BarcelonaBeethove250 III: El triple concierto

Beethove250 III: El triple concierto
Sotelo, Beethoven
Orquestra Simfònica de Barcelona i Nacional de Catalunya; Kazushi Ono; Guy Braunstein; Alisa Weilerstein; Inon Barnatan; Joan Enric Lluna

BerlinGuy Braunstein & Martha Argerich

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Guy Braunstein; Martha Argerich

BadajozEsferas: Shostakovich

Esferas: Shostakovich
Orquesta de Extremadura; Álvaro Albiach; Guy Braunstein

Villanueva de la SerenaEsferas: Shostakovich

Esferas: Shostakovich
Orquesta de Extremadura; Álvaro Albiach; Guy Braunstein
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Leonine masterpieces from the Malta Philharmonic

Guy Braunstein © Boaz Arad
The pairing of Mahler’s Fifth Symphony with the Violin Concerto of Brahms felt conspicuously like a calling card from an orchestra that sees itself as a contender for wider recognition, on this showing with good reason.
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A dream of an evening with the West-Eastern Divan

“Let me play the lion too.” I hadn’t associated Daniel Barenboim with Nick Bottom from A Midsummer Night’s Dream before, but during Beethoven’s Triple Concerto, I half expected him to leap from his piano stool and play the violin and cello parts too. 
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A bold opening: Mozart celebrated in Bogotá

63 concerts in just four days: a full programme kicked off the “Bogotá is Mozart” festival in style. 
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An overwhelming Vaughan Williams’ Sixth

Just occasionally a regular concert-goer experiences a performance that is truly special.  When he is not anticipating this it can be an overwhelming experience. The BBC Philharmonic’s concert at the Bridgewater Hall, also broadcast on BBC Radio 3, proved to be such an experience.
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Briliant Nielsen and Shostakovich: BBC Philharmonic and John Storgårds

The BBC Philharmonic delivered superb performances in a fascinating programme under their Principal Guest Conductor John Storgårds, finding an unusual mix of wit and pathos at the Bridgewater Hall. The concert opened with Sibelius’s 1914 The Bard, one of the less frequently heard of the Fin’s tone poems.
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