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Performer: Louis Langrée

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BerlinKonzerthausorchester Berlin, Louis Langrée

Gluck, Mozart, Haydn
Konzerthausorchester Berlin; Louis Langrée; Yubeen Kim; Ronith Mues

BerlinIdomeneo

Mozart: Idomeneo, rè di Creta
Louis Langrée; Sir David McVicar; Staatsoper Berlin; Vicki Mortimer; Gabrielle Dalton; Andrew Staples; Lea Desandre
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New York City50 Years of Mostly Mozart

Mozart
Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra; Louis Langrée; Richard Goode

CincinnatiBologne and Pulcinella

Ives, Chevalier de Saint-Georges, Stravinsky
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra; Louis Langrée; Augustin Hadelich; Francois López-Ferrer

CincinnatiYou Have The Right To Remain Silent

Anthony McGill © Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
Perry, Wagner, Davis
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra; Louis Langrée; Anthony McGill
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You Have the Right to Remain Silent: Anthony McGill in Cincinnati

Anthony McGill © Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
Music Director Louis Langrée leads a program of Schubert, Julia Perry's Homunculus CF and Anthony Davis's You Have the Right to Remain Silent, featuring Anthony McGill as an outstanding clarinet soloist.
***11
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Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra celebrates America the beautiful

Louis Langrée, the Catalyst Quartet and the CSO © Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
Classic works by Barber and Copland were performed alongside a contemporary composition that puts itself in conversation with the National Anthem.
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Louis Langrée makes his New York Philharmonic debut

Louis Langrée © A. J. Waltz

Three of the pieces that Louis Langrée conducted in his New York Philharmonic debut concerts were similarly atmospheric and impressionistic, stealing each other’s thunder. Happily, the Scriabin was cathartic.

***11
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Mozart and Brahms shine in a bold, romantic glow

Louis Langrée conducts the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra © Kevin Yatarola, courtesy of Lincoln Center
Romanticized but highly enjoyable Mozart performances, monumental Brahms, but more gusto than tenderness characterized the program.
****1
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Degout and Devieilhe star in Hamlet revival

Sabine Devieilhe (Ophélie) and Stéphane Degout (Hamlet) © Vincent Pontet
Hamlet lives! Ambroise Thomas' operatic take on The Bard has a particularly French ending but that doesn't spoil this terrific revival in Paris. 
****1
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Mostly Mozart concludes with a deeply-felt Requiem

Louis Langrée © Mostly Mozart | Jennifer Taylor
The Mostly Mozart Festival ended its season with an all-Mozart program centered on the Requiem. Paired with that was a piano concerto with Stephen Hough and the rarely-heard Meistermusik.
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