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Performer: Karen Gomyo

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MontrealThe TSO brings you Shostakovich's Symphony no. 10

LeBel, Prokofiev, Shostakovich
Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Sir Andrew Davis; Karen Gomyo

TorontoDavis Conducts Russian Masters

LeBel, Prokofiev, Shostakovich
Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Sir Andrew Davis; Karen Gomyo

GlasgowShostakovich Violin Concerto No.1

Shostakovich Violin Concerto No.1
Langer, Shostakovich, Dohnányi
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra; Gergely Madaras; Karen Gomyo

ErlangenAndrew Manze conducts Bruckner and Berg

Bruckner, Berg
Bamberg Symphony; Andrew Manze; Karen Gomyo

BambergAndrew Manze conducts Bruckner and Berg

Bruckner, Berg
Bamberg Symphony; Andrew Manze; Karen Gomyo
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Lush indulgence: Berg and Rachmaninov in Vancouver

Karina Canellakis © Werner Kmetitsch
Karen Gomyo and the Vancouver Symphony present a ravishingly romantic programme of Berg and Rachmaninov
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Musical wizardry: Karen Gomyo in Atlanta

Karen Gomyo © Gabrielle Revere
Violinist Keren Gomyo and conductor Cristian Măcelaru team up to provide a superb Tchaikovsly concerto. 
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An odd couple: Stravinsky and Saint-Saëns at the Dallas Symphony

The Dallas Symphony, now in its sixth season under Music Director Jaap van Zweden, welcomed his predecessor Andrew Litton back to conduct a weekend of Stravinsky and Saint-Saëns (music from two ballets and a violin concerto, respectively).
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Karen Gomyo and Andreas Delfs with the Hong Kong Philharmonic

Ferdinand David, the concertmaster of the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra when Mendelssohn was conductor, must have been quite a virtuoso for the composer to have written his Violin Concerto in E minor for him.
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Julian Kuerti and the OSM interpret Vivaldi, Longtin and Prokofiev

Conductor Julian Kuerti and violinist Karen Gomyo joined the Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal tonight as guests for a rather peculiar concert of Vivaldi, Longtin and Prokofiev. A Baroque solo work, a contemporary work and a large standard orchestral work – this is certainly not an unusual makeup for a program, but the way in which these works were presented was quite unexpected.
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