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Prom 72: A reflective War Requiem from the RSNO

Peter Oundjian © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Britten's profoundly pacifist work is given a calm reading by Peter Oundjian and the RSNO: soprano Erin Wall, the RSNO Junior Chorus and the wind players provide the high spots of the evening.
***11
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A life-affirming Mahler 3 in Glasgow

Peter Oundjian © Sian Richards
The RSNO’s Mahler 3 is jubilant, life-affirming and memorable under the conductor Peter Oundjian. 
****1
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Mahler's epic Eighth a thrilling finale to RSNO's season

Any performance of Mahler's Eighth Symphony is a special event. This one was a thrilling end to the Royal Scottish National Orchestra's season.
****1
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RSNO celebrates Britten's 100th with the War Requiem

Conflict across the world pours into our homes through the immediacy of television, and we can now see harrowing images unavailable when Britten took up the commission to write a piece for the consecration of the rebuilt Coventry Cathedral in 1961/62.
***11
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Sir Andrew Davis and RSNO in Mendelssohn's oratorio Elijah

RSNO concerts begin, for me and around 100 others, with the pre-concert talk. I'm especially glad of these when new to a work, such as Mendelssohn’s 1846 Elijah. A talk by those who have prepared the music for us adds something to even the most extensive “presearch”. Sir Andrew Davis, in conversation with RSNO principal trombonist Dávur Juul Magnussen, came across as extremely witty and erudite.
****1
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