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Performer: Lawrence Power

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CologneGürzenich Orchestra: Symphony Concert 12

Webern, Schnittke, Strauss R.
Gürzenich Orchestra; Nicholas Collon; Lawrence Power

AmsterdamLawrence Power and Gordan Nikolić: Schumann and Schubert

© Jack Liebeck
Schumann, Bach, Schubert
Netherlands Chamber Orchestra; Gordan Nikolić; Lawrence Power

LondonRussian Roots

Shostakovich: Sonata for viola and piano, Op.147
Lawrence Power; Pavel Kolesnikov

AmsterdamVilde Frang, Lawrence Power and Nicolas Altstaedt: Beethoven

© Julien Mignot
Beethoven
Vilde Frang; Lawrence Power; Nicolas Altstaedt

LondonVilde Frang/Lawrence Power/Nicolas Altstaedt

© Marco Borggreve
Beethoven
Vilde Frang; Lawrence Power; Nicolas Altstaedt
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A thrilling combination of Barry and Beethoven at the Barbican

Thomas Adès © Brian Voce
Thomas Adès and the Britten Sinfonia now enter the final phase of their three year Beethoven and Barry cycle with rewarding interpretations of Beethoven's Seventh and Eighth, separated by a new Viola Concerto from Barry.
****1
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Dappled sunlight: Lawrence Power in a Brahms marathon at the QEH

Lawrence Power © Jack Liebeck
An enthralling afternoon on London's Southbank as Lawrence Power and Pavel Kolesnikov perform all Brahms' sonatas for violin and viola. 
****1
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Vaughan Williams ‘Unwrapped’ at the Turner Sims

Lawrence Power © Jack Liebeck
An evening of unfailing interest that flagged up the wonders of both David Owen Norris and Lawrence Power in variable performances of classic scores by Vaughan Williams. 
****1
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Gallic pleasures at Wigmore Hall

Stéphanie d'Oustrac © Bertrand Pichene
The second half was all about Ravel and Adrian Brendel.
****1
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Järvi’s baton permeates a nexus of tight-knit shapes

Paavo Järvi © Ixi Chen
The conductor guided us on a tour through a museum where Erkki-Sven Tüür, Mozart and Brahms reside in spheres of different shades and spaces – and yet each remain enclosed in a prefigured structure.
***11
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