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Performer: Mahan Esfahani

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SiggiewiThe Bach Family and Telemann

Valletta Baroque Festival
Bach, Telemann
Isang Enders; Mahan Esfahani

RabatKuhnau Biblical Sonatas

Valletta Baroque Festival
Kuhnau: Biblical sonatas
Mahan Esfahani; Jonathan Keates

LondonDomenico Scarlatti: The Mirror of Human Frailty

Barbican
Scarlatti: Sonatas
Mahan Esfahani; Daria van den Bercken; Aline Zylberajch
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Music by non-dead people: Manchester Collective at the Proms

Six pieces, all of them different, all of them new to the Proms, most by living composers, and all played superbly. A great contemporary music Prom.
****1
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Mahan Esfahani and Sarah Connolly at Wigmore Hall

A varied programme of harpsichord pieces interleaves with songs from Shakespeare and the following century.
***11
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Baroque Futurism: Mesmerising soundscapes from Mahan Esfahani

Thrilling and spellbinding experimental music for harpsichord and electronics, performed by Mahan Esfahani. 
*****
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Thrilling Bach from Mahan Esfahani at Wigmore Hall

To reach the mother lode of Bach's keyboard music, you have to listen to it on harpsichord, and today, no performer embodies that mother lode more than Mahan Esfahani.
****1
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Mahan Esfahani's Prague tribute to Zuzana Růžičková

Czech harpsichord legend Zuzana Růžičková would have turned 91 on 14 January, making it an ideal night for a tribute concert featuring one of her star pupils, Iranian-American harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani. As he noted in brief remarks sandwiched between rousing renditions of Bach, “When she died, I lost a great teacher. But this country lost part of its history.

Esfahani's Poulenc the highlight in Auckland

Notwithstanding Esfahani and McKeish’s sterling account of the Poulenc and the orchestra’s thrilling take on The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, this was not a consistent enough concert to be called a complete success.
***11
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