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Performer: Orquesta Nacional de España

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MadridSinfónico 15: Los gozos y las luces

Sinfónico 15: Los gozos y las luces
Rueda, Ligeti, Mozart
Orquesta Nacional de España; David Afkham; Christian Tetzlaff

MadridSinfónico 17: Todo por la patria

Sinfónico 17: Todo por la patria
Smetana: Má Vlast (My Country)
Orquesta Nacional de España; Semyon Bychkov

MadridSinfónico 18: Morir de amor

Sinfónico 18: Morir de amor
Wagner, Navarro
Orquesta Nacional de España; Josep Pons; Salvador Navarro

MadridSinfónico 20: Ídolos e ideales

Sinfónico 20: Ídolos e ideales
Beethoven, Shostakovich
Orquesta Nacional de España; David Afkham; Arcadi Volodos

MadridSinfónico 16: Muerte entre las flores III - Vals que agoniza

Schubert, García Abril, Britten
Orquesta Nacional de España; Juanjo Mena; Xiayin Wang
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Two opposing Rites in Madrid

Christian Eschenbach © Fernando Marcos
The latest concert by the Spanish National Orchestra was a fascinating opportunity to explore the contrast between Wagner and Stravinsky.
***11
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The gracious magician: Ton Koopman in Bach

Ton Koopman's distinctively lively tempi, coupled with a contagious delight to be making music, has a fairly magnetic effect when conducting Bach's Mass in B minor.
***11
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A diabolic concert for Hallowe'en

Giovanni Antonini and the Baroque Ensemble of the Orquesta Nacional de España perform Boccherini's "La Casa del Diavolo" on Hallowe'en night.
****1
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Ginastera’s Estancia the highlight of a journey through three different types of classicism

Diego Matheuz convinces the public in his Madrid debut conducting the Orquesta Nacional de España. Krysztof Wisniewski and Cristina Pozas shine as soloists, while Ginastera's Estancia was the highlight of the concert.
****1
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Orquesta Nacional de España and Miguel Harth-Bedoya

The Orquesta Nacional de España with violinist Veronika Eberle and organist Daniel Oyarzábal plays three nineteenth-century works: Berlioz's Roman Carnival overture, Dvořák’s Violin Concerto and Saint-Saëns' Organ Symphony.
***11
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