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Performer: Krystian Zimerman

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LondonSir Simon Rattle with Krystian Zimerman

London Symphony Orchestra
Stravinsky, Beethoven
London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Simon Rattle; Krystian Zimerman

LondonSir Simon Rattle with Krystian Zimerman

London Symphony Orchestra
Stravinsky, Beethoven
London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Simon Rattle; Krystian Zimerman

LondonSir Simon Rattle with Krystian Zimerman

London Symphony Orchestra
Stravinsky, Beethoven
London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Simon Rattle; Krystian Zimerman
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Rattle and the LSO make their Edinburgh Festival debut together

Sir Simon Rattle rehearsing with the LSO © Ryan Buchanan
Rattle excels in Dvořák and Janáček, but his rehabilitation of Bernstein stalls.
****1
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Bernstein 100: Big city alienation and love

Sir Simon Rattle © Doug Peters | PA Wire
Cast and choir snaked and kicked their legs through the aisles of the hall – picking up audience members along the way – leading to a riotous on-stage dance.
****1
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Questions answered by Sir Simon Rattle and the LSO

Ives, Beethoven and Rachmaninov rounding off the season in full-blooded performances by the LSO conducted by Sir Simon Rattle.
****1
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A revelation: Krystian Zimerman tackles Brahms with the LSO

What a rare and uplifting experience it is to hear a performance of such quality, depth of feeling and maturity as that given of Brahms Piano Concerto no.1 in D minor by Krystian Zimerman, the LSO and Simon Rattle. 
*****
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Impeccable Brahms from Zimerman, Jansons and the BRSO

On several occasions when I listened to Brahms’s first piano concerto in concert, I was left wondering whether Brahms really intended the pianist to play with so much physical force.
****1
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Zimerman / Polish National Radio Symphony at MITO

The all-Polish roster of Krystian Zimerman and the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra displayed consummate artistry in a tenebrous programme of Lutosławski and Brahms.
****1
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