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Performer: Magdalena Kožená

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BarcelonaMagdalena Kožená & Mitsuko Uchida: Lieder

Schumann, Wolf, Dvořák, Schoenberg
Magdalena Kožená; Dame Mitsuko Uchida

LondonLove and Duty

© Oleg Rostovtsev
Mozart, Gluck
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment; Giovanni Antonini; Magdalena Kožená

PragueDvořák, Mahler

Dvořák, Mahler
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra; Sir Simon Rattle; Magdalena Kožená; Simon O'Neill

LondonBach's St John Passion

© Sebastian Hanel
Bach: St John Passion, BWV245
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment; Sir Simon Rattle; Peter Sellars; Camilla Tilling; Magdalena Kožená; Mark Padmore

HamburgBach Johannespassion

Bach Johannespassion
Bach: St John Passion, BWV245
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment; Sir Simon Rattle; Camilla Tilling; Magdalena Kožená; Andrew Staples; Mark Padmore
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Prom 48: Rattle and the LSO play Ravel

Magdalena Kožená in L'Enfant et les sortilèges © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Neither Simon Rattle nor Magdalena Kožena could resist a tendency to add sentiment.
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From Rameau to Mahler: Rattle and Kožená entertain in wide-ranging LSO programme

Magdalena Kožená © Oleg Rostovtsev
Rattle’s versatility was on display in the wide range of the menu, yet he found greater affinity in Schubert and Mahler than in French Baroque. 
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Magdalena Kožená and the VBO at Enescu Festival

Magdalena Kožená and the Venice Baroque Orchestra © Alex Damian
Delayed by torrential rain, the Enescu Festival's all-Handel concert took a while to get going, but was an utter delight once it did. 
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Gilliam's Damnation de Faust reaches the Staatsoper

Charles Castronovo (Faust), Magdalena Kožená (Marguerite) and Florian Boesch (Méphistophélès) © Matthias Baus
There's no faulting the execution, but the former Python's take on Berlioz's dramatic legend is worryingly inconsistent in tone. 
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Simply ravishing: Juditha triumphans

Magdalena Kožená © Oleg Rostovtsev
It's not his most commonly performed work, but with a crack team of vocal (and orchestral) soloists, Andrea Marcon and the Venice Baroque Orchestra gave a fabulous account of Vivaldi's only surviving oratorio.
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