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Performer: James Ehnes

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AmsterdamBeethoven's Symphony no. 6

© Benjamin Ealovega
Wagner, Bruch, Beethoven
Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra; Marc Albrecht; James Ehnes

StockholmCanada's National Arts Centre Orchestra with Alexander Shelley

Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra with Alexander Shelley
Vivier, Mendelssohn, Brahms
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Alexander Shelley; Erin Wall; James Ehnes; Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra

PittsburghOpening Weekend

Wolfe, Mozart, Dvořák, Saint-Saëns, Borodin
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra; Manfred Honeck; James Ehnes

BirminghamJohn Wilson: A Pastoral Symphony

Copland, Barber, Vaughan Williams
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; John Wilson; James Ehnes; James Way

BirminghamBelshazzar’s Feast

Copland, Barber, Walton
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; John Wilson; James Ehnes; Božidar Smiljanić; City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Chorus; Birmingham University Singers
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A modest virtuoso: James Ehnes at Wigmore Hall

James Ehnes © Benjamin Ealovega
How do violinists devise their recital programmes? The conventional format has been to choose a violin sonata from each musical era, or to focus on a particular composer or national style.
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James Ehnes makes a dazzling EIF debut

James Ehnes © Benjamin Ealovega
James Ehnes and Steven Osborne join forces at the Edinburgh Festival.
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Two faces of Shostakovitch revealed by Ashkenazy and the Philharmonia

Vladimir Ashkenazy © Keth Saunders
Vladimir Ashkenazy and the Philharmonia explore different sides of Shostakovich in the latest of the Voices of Revolution series 
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Adelaide Symphony’s Master Series launches with Saint-Saëns

Nicholas Carter © Annette Koroll
A marvellous Saint-Saëns “Organ Symphony” makes great use of the Adelaide Town Hall organ. 
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Denève masters the Prokofiev idiom

Stéphane Denève © Drew Farrell
James Ehnes, a violinist of remarkable elegance, was outstanding in Prokofiev's First Concerto infusing richness to the long, introspective melodic lines.
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