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Performer: Rudolf Buchbinder

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DallasBrahms, Schmidt

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Dallas Symphony Orchestra; Fabio Luisi; Rudolf Buchbinder

DresdenRudolf Buchbinder & Kammerorchester Wien-Berlin

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Rainer Honeck; Rudolf Buchbinder; Chamber Orchestra Vienna-Berlin

TokyoRudolf Buchbinder Beethoven Piano Sonata Cycle

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Rudolf Buchbinder, Piano
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VeniceRudolf Buchbinder conducts Beethoven

Orchestra del Teatro La Fenice; Rudolf Buchbinder
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Beethoven by heart from Buchbinder and Netopil in Prague

Tomáš Netopil and Rudolf Buchbinder © Petra Hajská
Rudolf Buchbinder's deep expertise and the Czech Philharmonic's expressive gifts add another dimension to the composer's anniversary celebration.
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Rudolf Buchbinder completes his Lucerne Beethoven journey

Rudolf Buchbinder © Marco Borggreve
Rudolf Buchbinder and the Lucerne Festival Strings recently performed Beethoven’s First and Fifth Piano Concertos in the last of the prestigious Piano festivals at the Lucerne Culture and Congress Centre. 
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Romantic, serene, intense: Buchbinder brings Beethoven to Lucerne

Rudolf Buchbinder © Marco Borggreve
The highly decorated Austrian pianist, Rudolph Buchbinder, launched the Lucerne Piano Festival by playing and conducting the complete cycle of Beethoven’s five piano concertos.
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Frail Jansons brings huge strength to devastating Brahms

Mariss Jansonsc conducts the Bavarian RSO in rehearsals © Astrid Ackmann
The Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra triumphs under inspiring conducting in Vienna.
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The CBSO play Beethoven, Schumann and Wagner in Cardiff

Rudolf Buchbinder © Marco Borggreve
Jonathan Bloxham steps in for a presumably unwell Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla with the CBSO in Cardiff. 
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Killer Bs: Beethoven, Bruckner and Buchbinder in Boston

Rudolf Buchbinder © Philipp Horak
Mahler had Walter, Mitropoulos and, most importantly, Bernstein to champion him in the US. Bruckner was never as fortunate... until now. When Andris Nelsons succeeded James Levine as Music Director of the Boston Symphony, he specifically mentioned Bruckner as a composer he would program regularly, in marked contrast to his predecessor’s antipathy.
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