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Performer: Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg

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An online Beethovenathon: all nine symphonies across Europe in one day

An all-day Beethoven experience European style with both highs and lows: much diversity revealed and exploited but of variable quality.
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Fireworks from Yuja Wang in Turkey

Daredevil piano playing and luscious Stravinsky at the 47th Istanbul Music Festival.
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Tharaud and Krivine enlighten Paris with Ravel and Bartók

Within the framework of a concert series entitled “Alexandre Tharaud domaine privé” (“Alexandre Tharaud’s Private Domain”) at the Cité de la Musique in Paris, the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra and its musical director Emmanuel Krivine chose an eclectic program with three very different pieces showcasing the orchestra’s great abilities: J.
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German Romanticism with Emmanuel Krivine and the Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg

It is said that whilst developing a successful career as a violinist, the young Emmanuel Krivine was advised by the distinguished conductor Karl Böhm to further pursue his passion for conducting. Thankfully, Krivine took heed of such advice, or we would not today have what is undoubtedly one of Europe’s finest conductors.
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Ravel, Prokofiev and Dvořák in the Concertgebouw

The Robeco Summer Concerts at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam have for years now allowed lovers of classical music to still enjoy live music in the middle of summer when most orchestras are travelling or on a break. This year’s line-up is as impressive as ever, with many international orchestras gracing Amsterdam with their presence.
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Beethoven s'invite à Aix-en-Provence et ouvre le Festival de Pâques

L’Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg et Alexandre Kantorow n’ayant finalement pas pu venir à Aix-en-Provence, c'est en trio que Renaud Capuçon a lui-même ouvert l'édition 2021 du festival aixois.
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