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Performer: Nelson Freire

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JūrmalaBavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra & Nelson Freire piano

Riga Tourism Development Bureau
Suppe, Schumann, Dvořák
Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra; Manfred Honeck; Nelson Freire

LondonNelson Freire: Songs of Farewell

© Gregory Favre | Decca
Beethoven, Brahms, Debussy, Paderewski, Liszt
Nelson Freire, Piano

VerbierFreire, Pappano – Brahms, Rachmaninov

Brahms, Rachmaninov
Verbier Festival Orchestra; Sir Antonio Pappano; Nelson Freire

VerbierBaráti, Kirshbaum, Maisky, Tasić, Freire & Quentin – Debussy, Poulenc, Brahms

Debussy, Poulenc, Brahms
Kristóf Baráti; Ralph Kirshbaum; Mischa Maisky; Aleksandar Tasić

ParisNelson Freire plays Grieg

Schumann, Grieg, Strauss R.
Orchestre National de Lyon; Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider; Nelson Freire
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St Petersburg meets Beethoven and Mahler in Lugano

Ion Marin © Stas Levshin
Ion Marin and the St Petersburg Philharmonic perform in the beautiful LAC Lugano Arte e Cultura.
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Soloists and orchestra shine in MSO Opening Gala

Stuart Skelton © Simon Fernandez
A celebration of composer, soloist and orchestral excellence in an eclectic, if slightly eccentric, gala opening program to launch the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra's 2018 season.
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Long on refinement, short on sparkle: Nelson Freire in Gstaad

Nelson Freire © Miguel Bueno
Freire convinces in Bach, but soft attack and heavy pedal use make for flat renditions of romantic works.
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Lyrical touch and immaculate phrasing

Nelson Freire © Mat Hennek
Take an overture from the Classical period, add a Romantic concerto and finish with a major work from the 20th century – a tried and proven concoction for a balanced orchestral concert. If these works follow a chronological order and become increasingly longer, so much the better.
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Loud and clear: a fine programme at the Tonhalle

The Tonhalle orchestra’s new conductor, Lionel Bringuier, was joined by the venerable Brazilian pianist, Nelson Freire, in a fine programme of Romantic music in Zurich.
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