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Performer: Riccardo Muti

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ChicagoMuti, Uchida & Philip Glass

Beethoven, Glass
Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Riccardo Muti; Dame Mitsuko Uchida

ChicagoMuti Conducts Beethoven 9

Beethoven: Symphony no. 9 in D minor "Choral", Op.125
Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Riccardo Muti; Lisette Oropesa; Jennifer Johnson Cano; Daniel Johansson; Tareq Nazmi

ChicagoMuti Conducts Mazzoli & Mahler with Elīna Garanča

Mazzoli, Mahler, Bruckner
Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Riccardo Muti; Elīna Garanča
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Baden-BadenRiccardo Muti conducts Verdi's Requiem

Verdi: Messa da Requiem
Berliner Philharmoniker; Riccardo Muti; Vittoria Yeo; Elīna Garanča; Francesco Meli; Ildar Abdrazakov
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Nothing short of greatness: the Vienna Phil in Suntory Hall

The Vienna Philharmonic’s unparalleled musicality is beyond impressive and is proved on pieces like Schubert Symphony No. 8 “The Great”
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Celebrating Italian symphonic tradition with Riccardo Muti in Ravenna

Riccardo Muti and the Luigi Cherubini Youth Orchestra perform orchestral scores by Giuseppe Verdi, Giacomo Puccini and Giuseppe Martucci.
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A granitic Beethoven 9 from Muti in Salzburg

“Go big or go home” could easily have been the motto of this summer’s festival. Muti didn’t just go big. He went huge. 
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Riccardo Muti takes the CSO to his hometown

Naples was the first Italian date for the conductor who is leading the CSO on a European tour which includes 10 concerts all over Europe.
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Muti and the CSO bring out the operatic in Prokofiev

A decade after Riccardo Muti was appointed CSO’s Music Director, the chemistry between conductor and ensemble couldn’t be more evident.
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Chicago Symphony ranges from insipid to extraordinary at Carnegie Hall

A sublime performance of Berlioz' La Mort de Cléopâtre by Joyce DiDonato, Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra overshadows the rest of a Rome-inspired concert at Carnegie Hall.
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