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Performer: Midori

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LondonMidori

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Gubaidulina, Neuwirth, Ali-Zadeh, Fung
Midori, Violin

BaltimoreMidori, violin - Jean-Yves Thibaudet, piano

Midori, violin - Jean-Yves Thibaudet, piano
Beethoven
Midori; Jean-Yves Thibaudet

AtlantaMidori and Bartók

Haydn, Bartók, Prokofiev
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; Nicholas Carter; Midori

KennesawMidori and Bartók at KSU

Haydn, Bartók, Prokofiev
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; Nicholas Carter; Midori

BostonConstantinos Carydis conducts Kodály, Prokofiev, Koukos, and Beethoven

Kodály, Prokofiev, Koukos, Beethoven
Boston Symphony Orchestra; Constantinos Carydis; Midori
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Midori Gotō’s elegant playing conquers Sydney

Midori © Timothy Greenfield-Sanders
It is not often that a United Nations Messenger of Peace gives a concert in Sydney. Yet this is what happened on Sunday when violinist Midori Gotō played a recital with pianist Özgür Aydin. 
***11
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The majesty of Zemlinsky's Die Seejungfrau revealed in Montreal

Billed as “Midori performs Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto, this Orchestre symphonique de Montréal concert conducted by James Colon was notable for a blazing performance of Zemlinsky's symphonic poem Die Seejungfrau.
***11
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Style and technique: Midori and Aydin impress in Cleveland

Style, technique, an original approach, a brilliant discography, even an exemplary profile offstage – Midori has it all. What impresses in live performances is her intelligence, her deep understanding of the material and ability to articulate a wide range of visions and voices. 
*****
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Prom 63: Philharmonia on scintillating form for Eötvös and Bruckner

The most memorable thing about this concert for me was the sheer glory of the Philharmonia’s playing. Whether it was in the winning, sprightly Mozart overture, or in all the glinting colours of Peter Eötvös’ new work, or in the full and rich late-Romantic orchestral tones of the Bruckner, these musicians, conducted by Esa-Pekka Salonen, were magnificent.
****1
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LA Phil finds focus on Bartók, Kodály – but not on Eötvös

The Los Angeles Philharmonic’s January 20 concert, the last in its “Focus on Eötvös” mini-residency, may as well have been called “Focus on Hungary.” The small, landlocked country, with barely over 9 million residents, has exerted – and continues to exert – a powerful influence on music.
****1
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