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Performer: Kazuki Yamada

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Monte-CarloD’un rêve à l’autre

Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo
Gounod, Fauré, Debussy
Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo; Kazuki Yamada; Momo Kodama

BirminghamKazuki conducts Carmina Burana

Panufnik, Orff
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Kazuki Yamada; Mari Eriksmoen; Matthias Rexroth; Thomas E. Bauer; CBSO Chorus

BirminghamCBSO Benevolent Fund Concert

Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Kazuki Yamada; Alison Balsom; Freddy Kempf

BirminghamKazuki conducts Scheherazade

Brahms, Rimsky-Korsakov
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Kazuki Yamada; Daishin Kashimoto

NottinghamThe CBSO with Kazuki Yamada and Daishin Kashimoto, violin

Dvořák, Bruch, Rimsky-Korsakov
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Kazuki Yamada; Daishin Kashimoto

LondonYamada conducts Saint-Saëns’s Organ Symphony

Ravel, Berg, Saint-Saëns
Philharmonia Orchestra; Kazuki Yamada; Baiba Skride; Stephen Farr
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Brahms to remember from Hisako Kawamura at Suntory Hall

Hisako Kawamura shows excellence and stamina in tackling two huge concertos, while Kazuki Yamada and the Yomiuri Nippon Symphony give compelling Brahms but are less convincing in Amy Beach.
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Yamada and the CBSO prove there is life to be found on other planets

Kazuki Yamada returns to the CBSO with an ever-popular orchestral suite, an under-appreciated concerto, and a fabulous pianist in Alexandre Kantorow to play it. 

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A weighty hymn of praise at the Santa Cecilia

Masabane Cecilia Rangwanasha is the pick of the soloists in a weighty reading of Mendelssohn's Lobgesang under Kazuki Yamada. But can Schubert's Fifth withstand the same approach? 
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Heralding a new CBSO era: exuberant Dvořák and mature Mendelssohn

Nicola Benedetti and the CBSO under Kazuki Yamada bring impressive levels of sensitivity and honesty to Dvořák’s New World Symphony and Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto.

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Smyth at the double: a rare concerto for Kazuki Yamada’s Proms debut

The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra's Chief Conductor Designate makes a strong impression in purposeful Rachmaninov after Elena Urioste and Ben Goldscheider wave the flag for Dame Ethel Smyth. 
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Kazuki Yamada states his intentions with the CBSO and Mahler

With the help of soprano Fatma Said and a compelling programme, the incoming City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra chief conductor made good on his promise and past performances.
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