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LondonStormclouds and Spring Flowers

© Katja Ruge | Decca
Debussy, Brahms, Dvořák
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Kazushi Ono; Andreas Ottensamer

LondonJulia Fischer plays Mozart: Straight out of Salzburg

© Felix Broede
Strauss R., Mozart
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Thomas Søndergård; Julia Fischer

LondonJulia Fischer plays Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante

© Uwe Arens
Mozart, Strauss R.
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Thomas Søndergård; Julia Fischer; Nils Mönkemeyer
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Exercises in darkness and light: Canellakis, Tetzlaff and the LPO

In this Russian-based programme, Christian Tetzlaff gave a commanding performance of Shostakovich's troubled final concerto, while Karina Canellakis and the LPO eschewed the dark corners and crevices of Tchaikovsky's Fourth Symphony.
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Power, pain and punch from Marin Alsop, Kian Soltani and the LPO

Alsop and the London Philharmonic do full justice to Barber and give Soltani's cello superlative support in Shostakovich, but sound inappropriately restless in Brahms.
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Brooding Russians, plus Brett Dean: Jurowski returns to the LPO

Jurowski’s performances with the LPO are always thoughtfully curated, well prepared and entertaining. This concert was no exception. 
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Worthy to sit beside Bach? MacMillan's Christmas Oratorio

The LPO and London Philharmonic Choir are on outstanding form for a new major choral work to tell the Christmas story.
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From Hollywood to Helsinki, Karina Canellakis impresses with the LPO

Karina Canellakis makes her first appearance at the Royal Festival Hall as the LPO’s Principal Guest Conductor, giving a punchy account of Sibelius’ Fifth Symphony that takes in the sweep of its mighty architecture.
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A vision, a seascape and some Saint-Saëns: Mørk, Mäkelä and the LPO

Power of three: Finnish conductor Klaus Mäkelä makes his London debut in four works by a trio of composers... three of them in triptych form. 
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