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Performer: Martin Chalifour

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Los AngelesBach, Handel, and Telemann

Bach, Telemann, Handel
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; Emmanuelle Haïm; Martin Chalifour
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Brahms unleashed in South Pasadena

Paul Watkins © Nina Large
After tumbling deliriously to the end, if they had played one of Brahms' Hungarian Dances as an encore, they would have had them the audience dancing in the aisles.
****1
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Light summer fare at the Hollywood Bowl

Paolo Bortolameolli © Los Angeles Philharmonic
Paolo Bortolameolli leads the LA Phil in a programme mixing the familiar with the obscure. 
***11
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Bringuier brings Gallic flair to Brahms and Dvořák in LA

Lionel Bringuier © Paolo Dutto
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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Lutosławski and his influences: with the LA Phil New Music Group

At first hearing the idea of the music of Witold Lutosławski as the centerpiece of a Los Angeles Philharmonic “Green Umbrella” concert made a strangely incongruous impression. Music new or difficult is the usual fare of such a program.
*****
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Stephane Denève leads LA Phil in all-Russian program at the Hollywood Bowl

In the early years of the 20th century, along the streets of Paris, a society of writers, artists, and musicians—among them Maurice Ravel—known as Les Apaches would exchange the secret greeting devised for members to recognize each other.
****1
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