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Performer: Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi

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MilanSt John Passion

Bach: St John Passion, BWV245
Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi; Ruben Jais; Bernhard Berchtold; Simon Schnorr; Marco Saccardin; Walter Testolin

MilanKholodenko plays Rachmaninov

Rachmaninov: Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini in A minor for piano and orchestra, Op.43
Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi; Krzysztof Urbański; Vadym Kholodenko

MilanFrom the New World

Dvořák: Symphony no. 9 in E minor, "From the New World", Op.95
Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi; Krzysztof Urbański
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Stanislav Kochanovsky brings Russian passion to LaVerdi

An exhilarating journey through three Russian suites with LaVerdi in Milan. 
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LaVerdi and Xian Zhang usher spring into Milan

Schumann, Goldmark and Malipiero feature in a seasonal programme in Milan. 
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Youthful vigour and eclectic treats from La Verdi

If the orchestra's playing was marked by poise and balance, so was the programme taken in its entirety. The buoyancy that had prevailed to now brought out the darker hues of Schubert's “Unfinished” Symphony deliciously.
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“Vive la France!”: Gallic pride from La Verdi, Milan

La Verdi dispatched each of the works with panaché under audience favourite Oleg Caetani. There is plenty of swagger to their playing at present – a Gallic cock with plenty of feathers in its tail.
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A Russian portrait: Scriabin and Campogrande from La Verdi

La Verdi possessed the necessary bloom to portray Scriabin's rich colour scheme under former LSO Assistant Marius Stravinsky. At times, they were irresistible.
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All-embracing Weill and Mahler from Axelrod and La Verdi

This was raw Mahler at its most all-embracing. The musicians seemed to embrace the entire world. As an audience member made to leave the hall, Axelrod leant over the balustrade to shake his hand.
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