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Performer: Joseph Swensen

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GranadaSueñan las montañas

Sueñan las montañas
Mussorgsky, Stravinsky, Debussy, Copland
Joven Academia Instrumental de la OCG; Joseph Swensen

GranadaLa alondra

La alondra
Vaughan Williams, Mozart
Orquesta Ciudad de Granada; Joseph Swensen

PamplonaEl oso de Haydn y la Octava de Beethoven

El oso de Haydn y la Octava de Beethoven
Haydn, Glière, Beethoven
Orquesta Sinfónica de Navarra; Joseph Swensen; Cristina Montes

TudelaEl oso de Haydn y la Octava de Beethoven

El oso de Haydn y la Octava de Beethoven
Haydn, Glière, Beethoven
Orquesta Sinfónica de Navarra; Joseph Swensen; Cristina Montes

ToulouseNeiges de Finlande

Sibelius
Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse; Joseph Swensen; Ye-Eun Choi
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Nicola Benedetti in wonderful partnership with the SCO

Nicola Benedetti at Usher Hall © Roberto Ricciuti
Nicola Benedetti on astonishing form with Beethoven’s Violin Concerto with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra in Edinburgh.
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Joseph Young leads the Atlanta Symphony in Dvořák

Joseph Young © Peter Eberts
Assistant Conductor Joseph Young led a flat performance of the beloved Dvořák New World Symphony and violin soloist Joseph Swensen played an eccentric version of the Barber Violin Concerto
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Nordic music out of the silence

A sparkling new work from John McLeod throws light on the celebration of 150 years of Sibelius and Nielsen.
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Scottish Chamber Orchestra: Chamber Concert

A Sunday afternoon Queen’s Hall event is usually a more intimate affair than an evening concert; only the downstairs level is open and, although the Side Stalls on this occasion were fairly sparsely populated, the Centre Stalls were full with attentive and responsive audience members.
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Scottish Chamber Orchestra: The Pity of War

Pre-concert talks need not brim with revelation to be rewarding. Another’s perspective can be enough to alter perception of a programme and resonance thereafter. Such was the case with Dr. Elaine Kelly's talk before this SCO concert entitled “The Pity of War”. Key to reflections on the relationship between war and music was diversity of approach.
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