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Performer: Nicholas Angelich

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ToulouseL'Année Ludwig VI

Brahms, Beethoven
Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse; Michael Sanderling; Nicholas Angelich

ParisQuatuor Modigliani / Nicholas Angelich / Marie-Agnès Gillot

Schumann, Ravel, Schubert
Modigliani Quartet; Nicholas Angelich; Marie-Agnès Gillot

ParisOrchestre Philharmonique de Radio France play Rachmaninov & Stravinsky

Stravinsky, Rachmaninov
Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France; Mikko Franck; Nicholas Angelich

ParisNicholas Angelich

Beethoven, Brahms
Nicholas Angelich, Piano
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Radiant Tabakova and breezy Beethoven from Aurora Orchestra

Alexandra Wood and Sébastien Van Kuijk play Tabakova's Dawn © Nick Rutter
A month into the year-long "Nature Unwrapped" programme at Kings Place, it was the turn of its resident Aurora Orchestra to contribute to the series.
****1
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Beautiful poise: Capuçon, Moreau and Angelich alight in Tsinandali

Renaud Capuçon, Nicholas Angelich and Edgar Moreau © Tsinandali Festival
Festivals and academies breed familiarity and mutual compassion between audiences and returning artists. Yet the warmly informal feel of this concert owed mostly to the close relationships between the musicians themselves.
****1
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Argerich, Dutoit and Russian revelry in Hamburg

Martha Argerich © Adriano Heitman
Argerich is predictably a force of nature in Tchaikovsky and Dutoit shows his mettle in Ravel and Stravinsky.
****1
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Argerich, Capuçon and friends close the Aix Easter Festival

Martha Argerich and Renaud Capuçon © Caroline Doutre
Daniel Barenboim's absence may have confounded the all-Debussy programme but it left the Aix audience with a beautifully balanced recital.
*****
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Dancing bear, tame beasts: Insula's Beethoven

An all-Beethoven evening at the Philharmonie where the orchestral playing lacked bite, but Nicholas Angelich provided warmth and humanity in the Fourth Piano Concerto.
***11
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