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Performer: Nicolas Hodges

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LondonBBC SO Total Immersion Ligeti - orchestral works

Ligeti
BBC Symphony Orchestra; Sakari Oramo; Augustin Hadelich; Nicolas Hodges; BBC Singers

ParisRécital Nicolas Hodges – Festival Présences, concert n° 3

Berio, Chauris, Saunders, Gagneux, Rihm
Nicolas Hodges, Piano

MunichPeter Rundel dirigiert Beat Furrer

Furrer
Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra; Rupert Huber; Nicolas Hodges; Bavarian Radio Symphony Choir; Peter Rundel
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Battles won and drawn: Beethoven and Barry from the Britten Sinfonia

Nicolas Hodges © Eric Richmond
The latest concert in the Britten Sinfonia’s ongoing Beethoven symphony cycle also featured the London première of Gerald Barry’s combative Piano Concerto.
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Hodges and Currie with meditative Stockhausen at the Southbank

Colin Currie © Linda Nylind
Two new music specialists revel in the sheer textural variation of Kontakte
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Lines of beauty: Rihm and Bruckner from the BBCSO

Nicolas Hodges © Eric Richmond
Lothar Koenigs conducted the BBC Symphony Orchestra in some highly horizontal-oriented Bruckner and the UK première of a genial piano concerto from Wolfgang Rihm with soloist Nicolas Hodges
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BBC Symphony with Volkov and Hodges

Hugues Dufourt © Astrid Karger
Exceptional performances of Grisey, Dufourt and Boulez were let down by weak Beethoven from the BBC Symphony Orchestra under Ilan Volkov at the Barbican.
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Boulez and Stockhausen at The Rest is Noise

Stockhausen & Mesias Maiguashca at WDR Studio for Electronic Music, Cologne (June 1971). Photo: Wern ©  Reproduktion der Photos mit freundlicher Genehmigung der Stockhausen-Stiftung für Musik, Kettenberg 15, 51515 Kürten (facs: 02268-1813)
After the epic grandeur, sweep and immersive quality of Gesang der Jünglinge at this summer’s Proms, this performance as part of Southbank Centre’s The Rest is Noise festival had a lot to live up to. In many ways, however, this far less ostentatious outing overseen by Sound Intermedia got even closer to the work’s disturbing essence.
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