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Performer: Myung-whun Chung

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AmsterdamBrahms' Symphony no. 1

Brahms' Symphony no. 1
Sibelius, Brahms
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Myung-whun Chung; Liviu Prunaru

DresdenVariation: Special Concert to the 472th Birthday of the Sächsischen Staatskapelle Dresden

Brahms, Dvořák
Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden; Myung-whun Chung; Sir András Schiff

CologneGuest concert in Cologne

Brahms, Dvořák
Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden; Myung-whun Chung; Sir András Schiff

ViennaMyung-Whun Chung conducts Brahms & Dvořák

Brahms, Dvořák
Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden; Myung-whun Chung; Sir András Schiff

TokyoMo. Chung & Tokyo Phil's Beethoven

Beethoven
Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra; Myung-whun Chung; Mone Hattori
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Elegance and discipline in Chung and the RCO's Mahler 9

Myung-Whun Chung © Jean-Francois-Leclercq
Myung-whun Chung and the orchestra provide a compelling account of Mahler's last completed symphony, albeit not one that hits the extremes.
****1
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Beware Posa! A black, bleak Don Carlo opens season at La Fenice

Alex Esposito (Filippo II) © Michele Crosera
Maestro Myung-Whun Chung leads an almost all-Italian cast in an impressive performance of Verdi’s most ambiguous masterpiece.
*****
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Prom 63: Explosive Rachmaninov from Yuja Wang

Yuja Wang © BBC | Chris Chistodoulou
Outstanding playing from soloist and Staatskapelle Dresden makes this a Prom to remember.
*****
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Mistrust, rage and colonialism: Otello at the Staatsoper

Aleksandrs Antonenko (Otello) © Wiener Staatsoper GmbH | Michael Pöhn
During the “Salce” and “Ave Maria” in Act Four Bezsmertna turned this to magical effect, thinning out and floating her shimmering soprano into gossamer threads.
***11
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A psychological Macbeth at La Fenice

Vittoria Yeo (Lady Macbeth) and Luca Salsi (Macbeth) © Michele Crosera
This is one of Michieletto's simplest stagings yet, the imagery used to a minimum to allow for focus on the psychological core.
*****
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