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Performer: Jun Märkl

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BernDvořák Cellokonzert | 4. Symphoniekonzert

Dvořák: Cello Concerto in B minor, Op.104
Bern Symphony Orchestra; Jun Märkl; Julian Steckel

SingaporeSSO Subscription: Tine Thing Helseth • Arutiunian Trumpet Concerto

Saint-Saëns, Arutiunian, Falla, Ravel
Singapore Symphony Orchestra; Jun Märkl; Tine Thing Helseth

CardiffBolero: Viva Espana

Bolero: Viva Espana
Falla, Ravel, Debussy
BBC National Orchestra of Wales; Jun Märkl; Angela Hewitt

SwanseaBolero: Viva España

Bolero: Viva España
Falla, Ravel, Debussy
BBC National Orchestra of Wales; Jun Märkl; Angela Hewitt

HasseltRota, Strauss, Wagner

Saint-Saëns, Rota, Strauss R., Wagner
Brussels Philharmonic; Jun Märkl; Anneleen Lenaerts
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A powerful El amor brujo in Atlanta

Jun Märkl © Jean Baptiste Millot
The Atlanta Symphony and guest conductor Jun Märkl spin a spell with Falla's El amor brujo, with soprano Catalina Cuervo. 
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Rachmaninov's for the public of tomorrow at TivoliVredenburg

Denis Kozhukhin © Felix Broede
Neither Rachmaninov's music nor the precision and perfection of the performance lose any of their power, vigor, brilliance and magic with a change from the traditional concert perspective.
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Kansas City Symphony: Berlioz

Kansas City Symphony © Chris Lee
Jun Märkl, Ran Dank and the Kansas City Symphony played Chopin and Berlioz in Helzberg Hall, Kansas City, Missouri. This is an institution the city has built out of pure love for music, and its success is well deserved.
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Auckland Philharmonia's Last Songs a mixed bag

Jun Märkl  ©  Jean-Baptiste Millot
The Auckland Philharmonia and conductor Jun Märkl presented “Last Songs”, a programme of late works by Schubert, Richard Strauss and Zemlinsky. We opened with Zemlinsky’s Sinfonietta, a work much admired by Schoenberg and Berg. There is a spiky quality to the music that is reminiscent of Hindemith and Stravinsky, though notably less acerbic than either.
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The Hong Kong Philharmonic delights with Debussy, Saint-Saëns and Ravel

Jean-Yves Thibaudet  ©  Decca / Kasskara
“Cultural melting-pot” is a term so often used to describe Hong Kong that it has become a cliché. On Saturday, the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra provided a living example of how the city relishes a mixture of cultural influences in a programme of works by French composers incorporating clear foreign influences, predominantly from Spain.
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