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Performer: Nicholas Collon

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ManchesterThe Hallé - Stravinsky’s Shrovetide Story

© Dario Acosta
Sibelius, Rachmaninov, Stravinsky
The Hallé; Nicholas Collon; Garrick Ohlsson

LondonAurora Orchestra with Nicholas Angelich

© Jean-Francois Leclercq / Erato
Tabakova, Mozart, Beethoven
Aurora Orchestra; Nicholas Collon; Nicholas Angelich; Alexandra Wood; Sébastien Van Kuijk

The HagueColours of the Water

Smetana, Schumann, Debussy
Residentie Orkest The Hague; Nicholas Collon; Baiba Skride

The HagueMasterclassics With Schumann And Debussy

Schumann, Debussy
Residentie Orkest The Hague; Nicholas Collon; Baiba Skride

The HagueCollon Meets Altstaedt

Smetana, Walton, Diepenbrock, Sibelius
Residentie Orkest The Hague; Nicholas Collon; Nicolas Altstaedt; Helena Rasker
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Catherine wheels of fire and energy from Aurora Orchestra and Collon

Ronald Brautigam © Marco Borggreve
Nicholas Collon decides that Mendelssohn is really a very revolutionary composer, while Amy Dickson's saxophone and Ronald Brautigam in Mozart provide vibrant contrasts.
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Prom 72: Aurora takes a trip with Berlioz

Aurora Orchestra © BBC | Mark Allan
Berlioz on acid: Nicholas Collon and Mathew Baynton lead the Proms audience through the streets of Paris before a wild ride through the Symphonie fantastique.
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Cosmic energy from Kuusisto, Collon and the Aurora Orchestra

The Aurora Orchestra © Nick Rutter
The Aurora Orchestra and Collon engage audiences new and old with infectiously joyful Mozart and intensely virtuosic Adès, with Pekka Kuusisto.
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Paradise Regained: a heavenly evening with Aurora

Ben Griffiths performs Dark with Excessive Bright © Nick Rutter
Missy Mazzoli's double bass concerto receives its UK premiere as part of Kings Place's Venus Unwrapped season. 
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Winding journeys of song at Queen Elizabeth Hall

The Aurora Orchestra performed and supported a teeming program that took in Norwegian/Appalachian folk music, Mahler and a world premiere.
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