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Performer: James Ehnes

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DresdenJames Ehnes & Andrew Armstrong

Beethoven
James Ehnes; Andrew Armstrong

GlasgowBeethoven Roots: James Ehnes

Beethoven Roots: James Ehnes
Beethoven
James Ehnes; Andrew Armstrong

TorontoAll Beethoven

Beethoven
Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Sir Andrew Davis; James Ehnes

LondonLSO/Wilson: Letters from America

© Sim Canetty-Clarke
Barber, Weill, Gershwin, Copland
London Symphony Orchestra; John Wilson; James Ehnes

LondonBeethoven 250: James Ehnes, Andrew Armstrong

Beethoven
James Ehnes; Andrew Armstrong
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Runnicles and the ASO play Shostakovich and Tchaikovsky

Donald Runnicles © Simon Pauly
Donald Runnicles and the Atlanta Symphony play a charged final symphony of Shostakovich and a compelling Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto with soloist James Ehnes
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Exceptional Nielsen from Edward Gardner and the LPO

Edward Gardner © Benjamin Ealovega

An auspiciously successful concert for the LPO and their new Principal Conductor Designate Edward Gardner, crowned by an exceptional performance of the Nielsen.

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Americana, yesterday and today, at the Hollywood Bowl

James Gaffigan © Melchior Bargi
Guest conductor James Gaffigan celebrated musical Americana in a program of Copland, Barber, Ellington, and Karpman. 
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Prom 6: Impressive and inspiring Anglo-American cooperation

Edward Gardner © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
The Orchestra of the Royal Academy of Music and The Julliard School, with Edward Gardner in an impressively ambitious programme, with tragic Britten from James Ehnes, and a remarkable UK premiere from Anna Thorvaldsdottir.
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Intriguing Voyage Out anchored by 19th-century delights in Seattle

James Ehnes © Benjamin Ealovega
Seattle's 2019 Chamber Music Summer Festival premiered Sebastian Currier's Voyage Out, which uses the piano quintet to reimagine the metaphor of musical journeys, on a program framed by passionate 19th-century chamber compositions.
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