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Performer: Robert Trevino

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CologneLiszt, Berg, Strauss

Liszt, Berg, Strauss R.
Gürzenich Orchestra; Robert Trevino; Alena Baeva

Vitoria-GasteizLa regla de oro

La regla de oro
Bartók, Brahms
Orquesta Sinfónica de Euskadi; Robert Trevino; Yulianna Avdeeva

San SebastiánLa regla de oro

La regla de oro
Bartók, Brahms
Orquesta Sinfónica de Euskadi; Robert Trevino; Yulianna Avdeeva

PamplonaLa regla de oro

La regla de oro
Bartók, Brahms
Orquesta Sinfónica de Euskadi; Robert Trevino; Yulianna Avdeeva

BilbaoLa regla de oro

La regla de oro
Bartók, Brahms
Orquesta Sinfónica de Euskadi; Robert Trevino; Yulianna Avdeeva
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Exhilarating Russian and Polish repertoire from the BSO

Simone Lamsma © Otto van den Toorn
At the helm of a highly responsive Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Robert Trevino led commanding performances of two Russian symphonies and a forthright account of Szymanowski's First Violin Concerto.
****1
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An atmospheric Shostakovich 5 from the RPO and Robert Trevino

Robert Trevino © Musacchio & Ianniello
Curate's eggs are surprisingly common in the musical world: a disappointing concerto performance from an off-form Alexei Volodin but impressive results from Robert Trevino and the RPO in the main work.
***11
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Lots to say: Mozart and Mahler in Liverpool

Robert Trevino © Musacchio & Ianniello
Robert Trevino conducts the RLPO in a stormy Mahler 5th after a deeply personal account Mozart's Clarinet Concerto by Julian Bliss
****1
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Trevino leads powerful Mahler Second in Dublin

Robert Trevino © Lisa Hancock
If there's any way to characterise Trevino's approach to Mahler, it is that he is neither bashful nor shy. 
****1
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Uncompromisingly dark: Rach 2 and Mahler 5 from the LPO

Robert Treviño © Musacchio & Ianniello
Robert Treviño conducts the LPO in tension-filled accounts of Rachmaninov and Mahler. 
****1
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