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Performer: Jennifer Koh

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WellingtonThe Great

Salonen, Schubert
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; Edo de Waart; Jennifer Koh

AucklandThe Great

Salonen, Schubert
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; Edo de Waart; Jennifer Koh

ChristchurchThe Great

Salonen, Schubert
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; Edo de Waart; Jennifer Koh

DunedinThe Great

Salonen, Schubert
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; Edo de Waart; Jennifer Koh
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Stunning performances of English repertoire

Sakari  Oramo © Benjamin Ealovega
This all-English programme artfully combined Butterworth, Elgar and Anna Clyne – three composers a century apart yet tied together by poetic association.
****1
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Something old, something new, all exceptional

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra programmed something for everybody with a line-up of Berlioz, Beethoven, and a newly commisioned violin concerto from Anna Clyne.
****1
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Sublime Salonen in Seattle

The fascination of Esa-Pekka Salonen's Violin Concerto, featuring soloist Jennifer Koh, dominates this week's widely mixed programme led by Ludovic Morlot.
***11
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Ensemble LPR showcases Jennifer Koh and Beethoven in a broad program

Jennifer Koh and Ensemble LPR helped celebrate the five-year anniversary of (Le) Poisson Rouge Friday night, with a lively program of works by John Zorn, Charles Wuorinen and Ludwig van Beethoven. The club-like atmosphere of LPR was in full swing before the show began, waiters ferrying salads and glasses of wine as percussionists adjusted their instruments on stage under colored blooms of light.
****1
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A chest of treasures: The Philharmonia's Lutosławski celebrations in London conclude

In An Attitude to French Culture the Polish composer Witold Lutosławski remarked “I am aware that of the two traditions that initiated 20th-century music, that is, Schoenberg and Debussy, it is the latter that I feel prevails in my own compositional work”.
****1
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