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Performer: Nicholas Angelich

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AmsterdamAngelich, Feng and Moreau: Schubertiade

© Jean Francois Leclercq | Erato
Nicholas Angelich; Ning Feng; Edgar Moreau

Santiago de CompostelaParafraseando Schumann

Parafraseando Schumann
Holloway, Mahler, Schumann
Real Filharmonía de Galicia; Paul Daniel; Nicholas Angelich

ValenciaOrquesta de Valencia

Orquesta de Valencia
Prokofiev, Sibelius
Orquesta de Valencia; Otto Tausk; Nicholas Angelich

ParisNicholas Angelich / Dynastie Liszt

Insula Orchestra; Laurence Equilbey; Nicholas Angelich

WashingtonBrahms, Schumann & Liszt

Brahms, Schumann, Liszt
National Symphony Orchestra; Gianandrea Noseda; Nicholas Angelich
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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

Laurence Equilbey © Charles d'Hérouville | Philharmonie de Paris
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.
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Tugan Sokhiev brings out the best in the Philharmonia

Tugan Sokhiev © Mat Hennek
An embarassment of 20th century riches from the Philharmonia and Tugan Sokhiev.  
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Angelich's searching Mendelssohn overshadows Mahler's Ninth

Nicholas Angelich © Stéphane de Bourgies
Nicholas Angelich's Mendelssohn Piano Concerto reaches places that Nézet-Séguin's and the LPO's Mahler Ninth at the Royal Festival Hall rarely touched. 
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Symphonic Dances from the Sydney Symphony at the Opera House

Jakub Hrůša  ©   Prague Philharmonia
Last night’s program with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra was one of those to really get your teeth into, with substantial, complex works by Brahms and Rachmaninov, and only a short amount of respite provided by Dvořák. This was serious music in the form of the heavyweight Brahms Piano Concerto no. 1, which contains almost too much music to comprehend in one sitting.
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