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Peter Eötvös

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BudapestAn evening with Péter Eötvös

An evening with Péter Eötvös
Eötvös
Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra; Peter Eötvös; Zsolt Haja; Hungarian Radio Symphony Choir; Zoltán Pad

ViennaTri Sestri

Eötvös: Tri Sestri
Peter Eötvös; Yuval Sharon; Vienna State Opera; Jonathan Stockhammer; Esther Bialas; Valentina Naforniţă

LondonBirmingham Contemporary Music Group

Saunders, Illean, Eötvös, Kishino, Birtwistle
Peter Eötvös; Birmingham Contemporary Music Group; Geoffrey Paterson; Alice Rossi
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Music on the move with Peter Eötvös and the Czech Philharmonic

Peter Eötvös conducts the Czech Philharmonic © Petr Kadlec
The Czech Philharmonic and soloist Tamás Pálfalvi take wing in a smart modern music program expertly crafted by composer and conductor Péter Eötvös.
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Prom 8: an invitation to the dance from Eötvös and the BBC SO

Peter Eötvös © Klaus Rudolph
Peter Eötvös and the BBC Symphony Orchestra offer a new music and a clever programme for this lively Prom concert. 
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Three concertos for the price of one in Monte-Carlo

Renaud Capuçon, Péter Eötvös and the BBCSO © Alain Hanel
Renaud Capuçon shines in Bartók's two Violin Concertos, together with a strong Concerto for Orchestra from the BBCSO and Péter Eötvös, at the Festival Printemps des Arts de Monte-Carlo.
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Intangible cosmos: Eötvös' Multiversum

Peter Eötvös © Klaus Rudolph

Composer-conductor Peter Eötvös’ attempt to portray the concept of parallel universes in music remained strangely earthbound in its UK premiere.

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Stockhausen marathon at the Musikfest Berlin

Diego Vásquez and Winnie Huang dance Inori © Adam Janisch
Over 10 years after his death, Karlheinz Stockhausen still occupies a complex and difficult place in the canon of contemporary composers. This year's Musikfest Berlin featured a Stockhausen focus, of which the "creation ceremony" Inori was the climax.
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