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Performer: James Ehnes

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SeattleLeclair, Dvorak, Faure, Barber, & Brahms

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Leclair, Dvořák, Fauré, Barber, Brahms
Alexander Kerr; Jun Iwasaki; James Ehnes; Bion Tsang

SeattleBeethoven, Kodaly, & Chausson

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Beethoven, Kodály, Chausson
Alexander Kerr; Maiya Papach; Raphael Bell; Karen Gomyo

SeattleBeethoven, Prokofiev, & Enescu

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Beethoven, Prokofiev, Enescu
Cynthia Phelps; Cameron Crozman; Karen Gomyo; Max Levinson

SeattleHoward, Rachmaninov, & Brahms

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Howard, Rachmaninov, Brahms
James Ehnes; Andrew Armstrong; Alexander Kerr; Cynthia Phelps

SeattleBrahms, Elgar, & Franck

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Brahms, Elgar, Franck
Ron Thomas; Jeewon Park; James Ehnes; Amy Schwartz Moretti
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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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Bitterness and lamentation at SJSS

Alban Gerhardt © Kaupo Kikkas
James Ehnes, Steven Osborne and Alban Gerhardt captured the lamentations of Shostakovich's Second Piano Trio before they were joined by clarinettist Jean Johnson for Messiaen's quartet at St John’s Smith Square.
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Striking Beethoven 5 from Collon and the BBC Phil

Nicholas Collon © Benjamin Ealovega
Nicholas Collon and the BBC Philharmonic play two pieces by Stravinsky, Sibelius and Beethoven in a fine concert at Bridgewater Hall.
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