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Performer: Maxim Rysanov

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MilanMaxim Rysanov conducts Shostakovich

Shostakovich: Symphony no. 14, Op.135
Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi; Maxim Rysanov

AmsterdamPIano Quartets by Fauré, Brahms and Schumann

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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.
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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

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.
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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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Dark fantasies at the Oxford Chamber Music Festival

An introductory reading by local writer Philip Pullman was an appropriate introduction to the “Dusk to Dawn” concert, one of the last in this year’s Oxford Chamber Music Festival (themed “Fairytales and Fantasy”). The collision of a light-hearted surface with darker undertones was not just in Pullman’s retelling of the Grimm stories, but pervaded Artistic Director Priya Mitchell’s programming.
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