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Performer: Natalia Lomeiko

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SheffieldThree Russian Greats with the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra

© Sasha Gusov & Jane Blundell
Tchaikovsky, Glazunov, Khachaturian
Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra; Yuri Botnari; Natalia Lomeiko

BasingstokeMoscow Philharmonic Orchestra

Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra
Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Shostakovich
Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra; Yuri Simonov; Natalia Lomeiko
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Caprice and conviction from Oxford Phil

Khatia Buniatishvili © Julia Wesley
I suspect that we seek out many of the world’s great soloists beacuse we know what we will get, but we might well seek out Buniatishvili because we don’t.
***11
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Lomeiko, Bringuier and APO make winning combination in Bruch and Brahms

Of the two major orchestras performing in Auckland, the Auckland Philharmonia consistently has the more interesting programming (in recent reviews I’ve praised them in everything from Messiaen to Bach). It was interesting, then, to hear them in the bread-and-butter symphonic repertoire of Bruch and Brahms.
*****
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Four soloists perform eight seasons: Oxford Philomusica soloists at St George's Bristol

Eight seasons were performed at St George’s Bristol by the Oxford Philomusica: in this different approach to Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, they added Ástor Piazzolla’s The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires.
****1
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Natalia Lomeiko plays Tchaikovsky with the Bristol Ensemble at Colston Hall

Benedetti’s Beethoven was changed, at late notice, to Lomeiko’s Tchaikovsky. Sadly, the renowned violinist Nicola Benedetti was not able to make the performance, but her replacement was wonderful.
***11
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Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich and a world première from the Oxford Philomusica

Oxford’s Sheldonian Theatre was nearly full for the concert on Thursday night. Billed “Russian Greats”, the programme mixed the familiar fare of Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich with a world première by the Oxford-based composer Chris Garrard.
***11
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