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Jörg Widmann

Jörg Widmann © Marco Borggreve
Jörg Widmann
© Marco Borggreve
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New York CityIrish Chamber Orchestra

Mendelssohn, Widmann, Mozart, Weber
Irish Chamber Orchestra; Jörg Widmann; Claron McFadden

ViennaJörg Widmann & Leo Hussain

André, Eötvös, Ablinger
Vienna Symphony Orchestra; Leo Hussain; Jörg Widmann; Iveta Apkalna; László Fassang; Experimentalstudio des SWR

New York CityInternational Contemporary Ensemble Jörg Widmann, Conductor and Clarinet

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International Contemporary Ensemble; Jörg Widmann

AmsterdamJörg Widmann, Tabea Zimmermann and Dénes Várjon: Once upon a time

© Marco Borggreve
Schumann, Widmann, Mozart
Jörg Widmann; Tabea Zimmermann; Dénes Várjon

New York CityJörg Widmann, Clarinet Tabea Zimmermann, Viola Dénes Várjon, Piano

Schumann, Widmann, Mozart
Jörg Widmann; Tabea Zimmermann; Dénes Várjon
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Extending traditions: Jörg Widmann and the Hagen Quartet

Jörg Widmann © 2019 Steve J. Sherman
In Mozart's Clarinet Quintet, the dialogue between instruments, underlined by changes in moods and textures, had an operatic quality.
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A portrait in all but name: Jörg Widmann and the CBSO

Jörg Widmann © Marco Borggreve
A showcase of Jörg Widmann’s talents as composer, conductor and clarinettist in works by Mozart, Weber and himself
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Belcea Quartet excels in Britten and Shostakovich

The Belcea Quartet and Jörg Widmann © Sam Murray-Sutton
Britten and Shostakovich were great friends, so it was appropriate that both composers were represented in the Belcea Quartet's two recitals on the opening weekend of the 70th Aldeburgh Festival. 
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An exceptional chamber music afternoon

Jörg Widmann © Marco Borggreve
It seemed at times that Dame Mitsuko Uchida and clarinetist Jörg Widmann have been collaborating for decades.
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Without dissonance, no harmonies

Jörg Widmann © Marco Borggreve
Jörg Widmann wore two hats in the last concert of the Zurich Tonhalle’s season, both playing solo clarinet and conducting a performance of one of his own thought-provoking works.
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