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Performer: John Lill

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LiverpoolJohn Lill at 75

John Lill at 75
Korngold, Tchaikovsky, Carpenter, Britten
Michael Seal; John Lill; Liverpool Philharmonic Children's Choirs; Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Choir

BeckenhamBromley Symphony Orchestra - Mozart, Beethoven, Mahler

Mozart, Beethoven, Mahler
Bromley Symphony Orchestra; Adrian Brown; John Lill; Andrew Laing

SouthamptonSÓN with John Lill

Unknown; Robin Browning; John Lill

LiverpoolJohn Lill

Beethoven, Prokofiev, Schumann, Chopin
John Lill, Piano
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Walton's First Symphony still blazes at the RFH

Tadaaki Otaka © Masahide Sato
The RPO were on ripe form in works that still need such fine advocacy, and which deserved a much larger audience.
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Foot on the accelerator: speedy Rachmaninov in Basingstoke

Pavel Kogan © msso-kogan.com
This Anvil concert revealed a “two sides of the same coin” quality from an illustrious orchestra that left a mixed, but mostly favourable impression.
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Moscow Gold in Birmingham: stunning Shostakovich

Pavel Kogan © Letoline | Wikicommons
A programme steeped in the cultural experience of 20th-century Russia offered intrigue, thrills and a surprising dash of humour.
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Great start to 2015 with the BSO under Măcelaru

Cristian Măcelaru © Sorin Popa
This concert, given by the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra under Cristian Măcelaru, was a great start to the new year! 
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War-horses to the rescue: Brahms and Beethoven at St David’s Hall, Cardiff

John Lill © Roman Goncharov
The joy of listening to Brahms’s piano concertos in a concert hall – especially one with such fine acoustics as St David’s Hall, Cardiff – is that textures and harmonies that can sound thick, muddy and ill-balanced in recordings come across with all their intricate, closely-woven contrapuntal writing clear and thrilling.
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