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Performer: Orchestre de Paris

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TokyoTugan Sokhiev conducts Orchestre de Paris

© Suntory Hall
Debussy, Saint-Saëns, Stravinsky
Orchestre de Paris; Tugan Sokhiev; Gil Shaham

ParisCarmina Burana

Orff, Weber
Orchestre de Paris; Daniele Rustioni; Lisette Oropesa

ParisFinale / Stroppa, Berio, Saunders

Stroppa, Berio, Saunders
Orchestre de Paris; André de Ridder; Katia Labèque; Marielle Labèque; Marco Blaauw; Carlo Laurenzi

ParisMarin Alsop & Orchestre de Paris

Bernstein, Beethoven, Shostakovich
Orchestre de Paris; Marin Alsop; Chœur de l'Orchestre de Paris; Khatia Buniatishvili; Lionel Sow

ParisChristoph von Dohnányi & Orchestre de Paris

Lutosławski, Mozart, Brahms
Orchestre de Paris; Christoph von Dohnányi; Philippe Aïche; David Gaillard
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A technically flawless War Requiem in Edinburgh

Daniel Harding © Ryan Buchanan
The performance was technically flawless, but left our reviewer unmoved.
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Harding shines and Tamestit meanders as Paris comes to Edinburgh

Daniel Harding conducts the Orchestre de Paris © Ryan Buchanan
Harding demonstrates how this orchestra have improved under his leadership, but Tamestit's theatrics don't help.
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In Paris, Rachmaninov the poet and the lover

Behzod Abduraimov © Evgeny Eutykhov
In the second concert in the Orchestre de Paris' Rachmaninov Weekend, Nikolai Lugansky and Behzod Abduraimov take up the piano concerto baton... with greater success than Saturday's programme.
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Rachmaninov gets a hammering in Paris

Denis Matsuev © Columbia Artists
Despite wonderful contributions from Stanislav Kochanovsky and the Orchestre de Paris, a disappointing opening to the Philharmonie's Rachmaninov Weekend. 
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Occult, mystical, extreme: Prokofiev’s Fiery Angel in Aix

Aušrinė Stundytė (Renata) © Pascal Victor | artcompress
With a stunningly inventive and modern-sounding score, strong acting performances and a staging full of theatrical illusion and coherent in spite of general weirdness, Aix's Fiery Angel impresses.
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