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Messiaen: Turangalîla-Symphonie
Munich Philharmonic Orchestra; Kent Nagano; Pierre-Laurent Aimard; Thomas Bloch

MunichBach, Mozart, Vivaldi

Bach C.P.E., Mozart, Vivaldi
Munich Philharmonic Orchestra; Andreas Herrmann; Julia Lezhneva; Rachele Raggiotti; Romain Lucas; Munich Philharmonic Choir

MunichTchaikovsky, Bruckner

Tchaikovsky, Bruckner
Munich Philharmonic Orchestra; Valery Gergiev; Alexandre Kantorow
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MunichEröffnung Isarphilharmonie München

Escaich, Beethoven, Dutilleux, Shchedrin, Ravel
Munich Philharmonic Orchestra; Andreas Herrmann; Daniil Trifonov; Munich Philharmonic Choir; Valery Gergiev
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Grand Romantic statements from Gergiev at the Enescu Festival

Two giants of the Romantic repertoire that were met with disdain by Eduard Hanslick at their premieres are given persuasive readings in Bucharest. 
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Technicolor Shostakovich and Brahms from the Munich Philharmonic

A full frontal assault by Valery Gergiev on Brahms' First Symphony and Shostakovich's First Cello Concerto in explosive performances.
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Distinctive Wagner and Brahms from Nelsons and the Munich Philharmonic

In the outstanding acoustics of the Philharmonie im Gasteig, the occasion proved both orchestra and conductor as exceptional interpreters.

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Turn of the screw: Gergiev’s masterful Tchaikovsky in Munich

In his busy Mariinsky schedule, Valery Gergiev squeezes in a visit to the Munich Philharmonic, joined by poetic pianist Seong-Jin Cho. 
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Sibelius of majesty and sweep from Bouchkov and Jordan in Munich

Mark Bouchkov's exceptionally powerful performance of the Sibelius Violin Concerto focused on the music's sweep and majesty.
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Sparkling Poulenc and expansive Dvořák from the Munich Philharmonic

Jakub Hrůša with the Munich Philharmonic and Christian Schmitt extract maximum colour and effervescence from Poulenc’s Organ Concerto, whereas the conductor opts for lyrical spaciousness in Dvořák’s rarely-heard Fifth Symphony.

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