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SeattleMozart, Poulenc, and Brahms

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Mozart, Poulenc, Brahms
Lorna McGhee; Kristóf Baráti; David Harding; Robert DeMaine

SeattleBeethoven, Turina, and Mendelssohn

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Beethoven, Turina, Mendelssohn
Lorna McGhee; Andrew Wan; Matthew Lipman; Kristóf Baráti

SeattleMozart, Martinu, and Dvorak

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Mozart, Martinů, Dvořák
Piers Lane; Orion Weiss; James Ehnes; Robert DeMaine

SeattleFaure, Beethoven, and Enescu

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Fauré, Beethoven, Enescu
Paul Watkins; Nicholas Phan; Ben Bowman; Alexander Kerr; Beth Guterman

LondonA celebration of British cinema

A celebration of British cinema
Jarre, Rachmaninov, Mozart, Arnold, Rota, Bennett, Bliss
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Anthony Weeden; Piers Lane
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Definitive Walton from Andrew Manze and the LPO

What an auspicious first outing for Andrew Manze with the LPO, concluding with a definitive account of Walton's First Symphony. 
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Markus Schäfer sings Lieder at Wigmore Hall

The intimacy of Schubert’s Lieder almost guarantees that no words can be missed. In comparison to say, a 100-strong choir competing with a full orchestra, the poetic element of Lieder is unmissable, and thus it occupies a larger part of the concertgoer’s attention. Schubert of course recognised this, and selected his wordsmiths carefully.
****1
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Beethoven, Vine and Shostakovich from Sinaisky and the LPO

At first sight, last night’s London Philharmonic Orchestra concert at the Royal Festival Hall was a typical piece of programming: a well known, relatively undemanding opener, a big symphony to close, and a première of a newly written work sandwiched carefully in between.
****1
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A Romantic Symphony at Sydney Opera House

The latest Sydney Symphony Orchestra concert had everything from French impressionism to a world premiere, to a performance of a much-loved Romantic Symphony. The evening opened with two movements from Debussy’s Images for orchestra. Written originally as a set of three movements, they stand equally well on their own.
***11
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