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Performer: Sergej Krylov

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LiverpoolPetrenko's Stravinsky

Petrenko's Stravinsky
Lyadov, Shostakovich, Strauss R., Stravinsky
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Vasily Petrenko; Sergej Krylov

LiverpoolTchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto

Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto
Lyadov, Tchaikovsky, Strauss R., Stravinsky
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Vasily Petrenko; Sergej Krylov

London2004: New visions

2004: New visions
Elgar, Spohr, Webern, Rautavaara
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Osmo Vänskä; Sergej Krylov

BudapestHommage à Shostakovich

© Babenkov Kirill
Schnittke, Shostakovich
Concerto Budapest; András Keller; Sergej Krylov

BucharestOrchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino

Paganini, Enescu
Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino; Fabio Luisi; Sergej Krylov
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World-beating musicianship from Sergej Krylov

Sergej Krylov © Evgeny Evtukhov
A superb concert from the London Philharmonic Orchestra under an inspirational Vasily Petrenko who brought vivid colours to two ballet scores straddling the Great War, and an excusite rendtion of Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto. 
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Panufnik and Shostakovich superbly delivered

Sergej Krylov © Mary Slepkova
Sergej Krylov makes a superb case for Andzej Panufnik's Violin Concerto; Søndergard and the LPO disappoint in Sibelius but thrill with Shostakovich's Symphony no. 5.
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Abbado and Krylove bring Italy to Atlanta

In a program inspired by Italy, Roberto Abbado and Sergej Krylov join the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra in powerhouse performances that featured some dazzling solo violin playing. 
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Delightful despair with Tchaikovsky

Sergei Krylov shone in the Violin Concerto and the Ural Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Dmitri Liss gave an emotional account of the Sixth Symphony with strong Russian character.
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Gubaidulina and Pärt with Kaljuste and the LPO at The Rest is Noise

It is pleasing to see concerts of music by living composers well attended, and such was the case at “A Timeless Beauty”, part of the Southbank Centre’s year-long celebration of contemporary music The Rest is Noise. This concert’s theme was “Politics and Spirituality”, and looked to the former Soviet Union for inspiration.Two composers on the programme provided contrasting examples.
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