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Performer: Patricia Kopatchinskaja

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AmsterdamPortrait of Patricia Kopatchinskaja

Bartók, Coll, Dvořák
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest; Karina Canellakis; Patricia Kopatchinskaja


Wavemaker Hungary - MUPA
Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer; Patricia Kopatchinskaja

LondonBudapest Festival Orchestra & Patricia Kopatchinskaja

Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer; Patricia Kopatchinskaja
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SaanenPatricia Kopatchinskaja & Joonas Ahonen

Schoenberg, Webern, Beethoven
Patricia Kopatchinskaja; Joonas Ahonen

ParisPierrot lunaire, Kopatchinskaja

Stravinsky, Bach C.P.E., Schoenberg, Enescu, Milhaud, Ravel, Bartók
Patricia Kopatchinskaja; Floriane Bonanni
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Patricia Kopatchinskaja enters Fred Popovici’s sound world

A bracing programme of contemporary music from the Filarmonica Moldova Iaşi at the Enescu Festival. 
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Patricia Kopatchinskaja battles the elements in Edinburgh

The Edinburgh rain was the third performer in this concert, and unfortunately detracted from the two on the billing.

Spookiness in Stuttgart with Eschenbach and Kopatchinskaja

The darker sides of Romantic inventiveness are explored in Schumann’s neglected violin concerto and the clandestine woodland rustle of Dvořák’s G major symphony.


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Patricia Kopatchinskaja's stunning return to Seattle

PatKop gives a life-or-death account of Shostakovich's First Violin Concerto with the Seattle Symphony and Thomas Dausgaard on a programme framed by Scandinavian colours.

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Petrenko brings unexpected delicacy to Schoenberg and Tchaikovsky

Capable of being defiant when needed, Kopatchinskaja impresses with the seemingly infinite timbral variety of her pianissimos.
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Disconcerting pleasures with Camerata Bern at the Solsberg Festival

Cellist Sol Gabetta founded the Solsberg Festival to make music with like-minded people in a historically significant space and arranges programmes by, and with, select musicians.
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