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Performer: Seong-Jin Cho

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BostonHannu Lintu conducts Thorvaldsdottir, Prokofiev, and Sibelius

Thorvaldsdottir, Prokofiev, Sibelius
Boston Symphony Orchestra; Hannu Lintu; Seong-Jin Cho

BarcelonaGergiev: La alpina

© May Zircus
Liszt, Strauss R.
Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra; Valery Gergiev; Seong-Jin Cho; Orquestra Simfònica de Barcelona i Nacional de Catalunya

SingaporeSSO Gala: Seong-Jin Cho

Singapore Symphony Orchestra; Shiyeon Sung; Seong-Jin Cho

New York CityMarek Janowski conducts: Beethoven with Seong-Jin Cho

Weber, Beethoven, Schumann
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Marek Janowski; Seong-Jin Cho

WarsawPiano Recital

Brahms, Franck, Berg, Liszt
Seong-Jin Cho, Piano
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Prom 48: Cristian Măcelaru and the BBC SO look east

Seong-Jin Cho © Harald Hoffmann | DG
Making his Proms debut, Cristian Măcelaru opened the evening with music from his countryman, Constantin Silvestri, before tackling Prokofiev and Rachmaninov.
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Poetic Rachmaninov in Seong-Jin Cho’s LSO debut

Seong-Jin Cho, Gianandrea Noseda and the LSO © Mark Allan | Barbican
Gianandrea Noseda's Shostakovich symphony cycle with the London Symphony Orchestra took us right back to the composer's student days, with the punchy First. 
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Seong-Jin Cho brings his remarkable tonal abilities to Carnegie Hall

Seong-Jin Cho at Carnegie Hall in 2017 © Julien Jourdes
Seong-Jin Cho's mixture of virtuosic and poetic dispositions, of fierce and restraint temperaments were constantly present during the entire recital.
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Eloquence and elegance from the EUYO, Noseda and Cho

Seong-Jin Cho and the EUYO © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
The European Union Youth Orchestra confirms its exceptional quality in Zubel and Tchaikovsky. In Chopin, Seong-Jin Cho shows why he is a rising star of distinction.
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Seong-Jin Cho shows maturity and subtlety in Verbier recital

Seong-Jin Cho © Harald Hoffmann | DG
In a passionate and evocative programme, South Korean pianist Seong-Jin Cho shows that his interpretive skills can start to blossom beyond mere technical prowess. 
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