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AmsterdamRoyal Concertgebouw Orchestra

© Kristin Hoebermann
Webern, Berg, Bruckner
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Manfred Honeck; Anett Fritsch

AmsterdamMahler’s Ninth

© Marco Borggreve
Mahler: Symphony no. 9 in D major
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Bernard Haitink

BerlinRoyal Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam

Webern, Berg, Bruckner
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Manfred Honeck

AmsterdamRCO Opening Night

RCO Opening Night
Berlioz, Liszt, Rossini, Mendelssohn, Verdi
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Thomas Hengelbrock; Evgeny Kissin

AmsterdamBruckner's Symphony no. 3

© Anne Dokter
Andriessen, Bruckner
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; TBC
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Daniele Gatti and the RCO: an evolving collaboration

Janine Jansen with the RCO at Carnegie Hall © Richard Termine
Jansen is an artist of such great musicianship that she was able to instill new life to Bruch's First Violin Concerto.
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The Concertgebouw and Gatti: keeping tradition alive

The Concertgebouw Orchestra and Daniele Gatti © Richard Termine
In Wagner and Bruckner, Daniele Gatti is proving to be a great standard-bearer for one of the world’s greatest ensemble’s traditional values
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Gatti's Brahms and Beethoven with the RCO

Daniele Gatti © Pablo Faccinetto
The Concertgebouw's distinctive sound has remained intact. Ripe lower strings meld with limpid winds and sculpted horns emerge slowly into the foreground all gleaming and glistening.
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Diana Damrau puts the sparkle into RCO season opener

Diana Damrau © Rebecca Fay | Erato
While Dvořák’s Eighth Symphony failed to gel, the German soprano's Mozart turned the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra’s first concert of the season into a real celebration.
***11
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Gatti and the Concertgebouw are worlds apart in Vienna

Chen Reiss © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
The Concertgebouw and Daniele Gatti paint two very different pictures of Old Vienna: a maddeningly lifeless view of a Haydn symphony and a magical realisation of Mahler's shortest symphonic work.
***11
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