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Performer: Lionel Bringuier

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StockholmThe Sorcerer's Apprentice

Auerbach, Roussel, Dukas
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Lionel Bringuier; Gautier Capuçon
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NiceConcert avec Lionel et Nicolas Bringuier

Brahms, Mussorgsky
Orchestre Philharmonique de Nice; Lionel Bringuier; Nicolas Bringuier

BarcelonaEl motivo del destino

Mendelssohn, Giménez-Comas, Brahms
Orquestra Simfònica de Barcelona i Nacional de Catalunya; Lionel Bringuier

StuttgartLionel Bringuier conducts Beethoven, Roussel and Ravel

Beethoven, Roussel, Ravel
SWR Symphony Orchestra; Lionel Bringuier
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Frang and Bringuier rock the Tonhalle with Berg and Rachmaninov

Two markedly different sound worlds, both dating from 1935, recently made for a stunning concert at Zurich’s historic Tonhalle, where the juxtaposition was as curious as it was sonorous. 

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Lionel Bringuier leaps in to help Scottish Chamber Orchestra close EIF

The EIF finale brings a Covid-related cancellation, but French conductor Lionel Bringuier replaces Kazushi Ono to help the SCO close the festival in style. 

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Hough, Bringuier and the London Phil get serious with Brahms

In a magisterial performance, Stephen Hough reminds us how consequential the Brahms First Piano Concerto is.
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A static Rigoletto at the Royal Swedish Opera in Stockholm

The Kungliga Operan presents a stagnant production of Verdi’s masterpiece, with a competent cast comprised mostly of Swedish singers.
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The Goldilocks approach to Russian masterworks

Neither the conductor, Lionel Bringuier, nor the soloist, Valerij Sokolov, bring much intensity of expression in this RPO concert to a pair of 20th-century Russian masterworks.
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Bringuier brings Gallic flair to Brahms and Dvořák in LA

They hung over the fronts of their seats waiting for each movement to begin; they were silent, immovable once the music started. When the music stopped they exploded with joy. 
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