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Performer: Kazuki Yamada

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ManchesterThe Hallé - Rachmaninov’s Romantic Lyricism

© Robin Clewley
Adams, Rachmaninov
The Hallé; Kazuki Yamada; Jess Gillam

SheffieldNew Beginnings with The Hallé

© Robin Clewley
Walton, Adams, Tchaikovsky
The Hallé; Kazuki Yamada; Jess Gillam

BirminghamYamada: Brahms and Schumann

© Andrew Fox
Brahms, Schumann
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Kazuki Yamada; Francesco Piemontesi

BirminghamRespighi’s Roman Trilogy

© Marco Borggreve
Shostakovich, Respighi
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Kazuki Yamada; Vilde Frang

BirminghamCBSO Youth Orchestra: Elgar’s Symphony No. 1

© Marco Borggreve
Takemitsu, Strauss R., Elgar
CBSO Youth Orchestra; Kazuki Yamada
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An Afternoon with Nijinsky

Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo in Verbruggen's Faun © Alice Blangero
As well as keeping the musical, choreographic and theatrical treasures of the Ballets Russes alive, En compagnie de Nijinsky reignites the company’s avant garde-ist vision.
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Kazuki Yamada rocks Symphony Hall

Kazuki Yamada © Marco Borggreve
Principal Guest Conductor Kazuki Yamada teases brilliant French sounds from the CBSO.
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Underwhelming Lost Cello Concerto at Houston Symphony

Brinton Averil Smith
In a program with Chabrier’s España and Falla’s The Three-Cornered Hat, the Houston Symphony ambitiously unearthed Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco’s Cello Concerto, last heard at its premiere with the New York Philharmonic in 1935.
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Sunny Sibelius with Kazuki Yamada and dthe CBSO

Kazuki Yamada © Marco Borggreve
Kazuki Yamada combines Japanese deference with full control of his players to lead he CBSO to fine performances of Beethoven and Sibelius, with a relatively laid back performance of the Elgar Cello concerto.
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WDR Symphonieorchester Köln takes a gamble on young talent, but Kazuki Yamada delivers

The WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln put its fate in the hands of the younger generation for this evening’s concert. Conductor Kazuki Yamada is only 34. The original violin soloist was to have been Lisa Batiashvili, but she pulled out and was replaced by the 22-year-old Serge Zimmermann.
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