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Performer: Pierre-Laurent Aimard

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San FranciscoMTT conducts Debussy

Debussy, Ligeti
San Francisco Symphony; Michael Tilson Thomas; Pierre-Laurent Aimard; Women of the San Francisco Symphony Chorus

Los AngelesPierre-Laurent Aimard

Bach: Goldberg Variations, BWV988
Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Piano

LondonPierre-Laurent Aimard: Stockhausen's Kontakte & Klavierstücke

© Marco Borggreve
Stockhausen: Klavierstücke
Pierre-Laurent Aimard; Dirk Rothbrust; Marco Stroppa

LondonStockhausen: Piano, percussion and electronics

© Neda Navaee
Pierre-Laurent Aimard; Tamara Stefanovich; Dirk Rothbrust; Marco Stroppa

AmsterdamPierre-Laurent Aimard and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra

© Marco Borggreve
Debussy, Birtwistle, Messiaen, Ravel
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Vladimir Jurowski; Pierre-Laurent Aimard
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Cambreling's farewell: a programme of French connections in Tokyo

Sylvain Cambreling © Marco Borggreve
Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra's Sunday matinee, which was the final concert for its outgoing Principal Conductor Sylvain Cambreling, had many French connections.
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Sylvain Cambreling bids farewell to the YNSO with a great concert

Sylvain Cambreling © Marco Borggreve
A fond farewell to the Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra from its Principal Conductor for the past nine seasons.
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Donald Runnicles conducts a stellar programme in Zurich

Donald Runnicles © Simon Pauly
Conductor Donald Runnicles and pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard deliver a highly expressive performance with pieces by Elgar, Mozart and Strauss. 
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Canellakis, Aimard and the LPO escape to the country

Karina Canellakis © Mathias Bothor
The London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Karina Canellakis and with Pierre-Laurent Aimard as soloist, offer a scenic tour to territories once visualised by Sibelius, Dvořák and Bartók.
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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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