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Performer: Joshua Weilerstein

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OsloBeethoven, Auerbach, Adams, Debussy

Beethoven, Auerbach, Adams, Debussy
Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra; Joshua Weilerstein; Lera Auerbach; Oslo Philharmonic Choir; Øystein Fevang

LiverpoolSibelius Fifth Symphony

Sibelius Fifth Symphony
Beethoven, Chopin, Shaw, Sibelius
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Joshua Weilerstein; Pavel Kolesnikov

StockholmDebussy's la mer

Debussy's la mer
Sibelius, Lundquist, Smyth, Debussy
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Joshua Weilerstein; Karl-Johan Elf

NorrköpingHymn to Freedom

Hymn to Freedom
Boulanger, Högberg, Prokofiev
Norrköping Symphony Orchestra; Joshua Weilerstein; Isabelle van Keulen

LinköpingHymn to Freedom

Hymn to Freedom
Boulanger, Högberg, Prokofiev
Norrköping Symphony Orchestra; Joshua Weilerstein; Isabelle van Keulen
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Joshua Weilerstein’s perceptive insights in Liverpool

Joshua Weilerstein © Felix Broede
The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra give the UK premiere of one of André Previn's final works, while Joshua Weilerstein’s Rite of Spring brings a devastating blow in a programme of unique musical voices.
****1
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BBCSO finds common threads in Berlioz, Rebel and Dusapin

Joshua Weilerstein and Alisa Weilerstein perform Bartók as an encore © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
An inspired piece of programming illustrates the continuities in angst-filled works from the Baroque, Romantic and contemporary eras.
****1
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Loving interior decoration

Joshua Weilerstein © Felix Broede
Despite some very creditable orchestral playing, conductor Joshua Weilerstein never quite got anywhere with his programme of Bach, Weill and Brahms.
**111
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Orchestral dreams in Liverpool

Joshua Weilerstein © Felix Broede
Joshua Weilerstein conducts the RLPO in music by Rouse, Prokofiev and Berlioz. 
***11
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Lammermuir Festival: Scottish Chamber Orchestra in Ravel, Rodrigo and Mozart

Picture the scene: Dunbar Parish Church nearing the end of major renovation. Looking heavenward, one sees two RSJ-type structures which appear to have facilitated the removal of all impediments to vision and light, the latter refracted through stained glass windows. In one corner of of the resulting square, facing the opposite corner, sit the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.
****1
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