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Performer: Maxim Rysanov

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BudapestRespire #4 - Schumann, Beethoven

Festival Academy Budapest
Schumann, Beethoven
Attila Erdös; Péter Nagy; Barnabás Kelemen; Katalin Kokas

BudapestRespire #6 - Brahms, Shostakovich

Festival Academy Budapest
Brahms, Shostakovich
Antal Zalai; Gábor Farkas; Piroska Molnár; Maxim Rysanov

BudapestRespire #8 - Bach, Brahms

Festival Academy Budapest
Bach, Brahms
Márta Ábrahám; Borbála Dobozy; Barnabás Kelemen; Katalin Kokas

AmsterdamPIano Quartets by Fauré, Brahms and Schumann

© Xiomara Bender
Fauré, Brahms, Schumann
Lucas Debargue; Nikita Boriso-Glebsky; Maxim Rysanov; Narek Hakhnazaryan
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Life and death in Istanbul: Maisky family trio

Sasha, Mischa and Lily Maisky © Ali Guler
Youthful Mahler, earth-shattering Shostatovich and life-affirming Schumann, played by The Maisky Trio and Maxim Rysanov at the Istanbul Music Festival.
****1
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SCO explore music drawn from nature

Olari Elts © Marco Borggreve
Vasks’ Viola Concerto receives its Scottish première with Maxim Rysanov and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra as they explore music and nature in the Baltic, Rome and America.
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Maximum: Slavic Night in Turku

Maxim Rysanov © Laszlo Emmer
The Turku Philharmonic showcases some of the finest work from 20th-century Slavic composers.  

Newly-minted Festival Academy Budapest

Playing repeatedly in my mind as I walked home on 24 July was the spine-chilling orchestral performance of the "Dance of the Knights" from Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet in the Franz Liszt Academy’s superb Solti Hall.
***11
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Triumph and chaos: Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin at Musikfest Berlin

A few nights after the Berliner Philharmoniker brought us Janáček’s late masterpiece, the Glagolitic Mass, the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin and conductor Tugan Sokhiev took the stage with his other great work from the same year, 1926: the Sinfonietta, Op. 60, which originally appeared with the modifier “Military”.
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