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Performer: Sergio Tiempo

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Los AngelesShostakovich and Prokofiev with Karina Canellakis

Thorvaldsdottir, Prokofiev, Shostakovich
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; Karina Canellakis; Sergio Tiempo

PhiladelphiaGustavo Dudamel’s Debut

Benzecry, Ginastera, Shostakovich
The Philadelphia Orchestra; Gustavo Dudamel; Sergio Tiempo
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From tangos to Viennese cafés at Hamburg's Martha Argerich Festival

Piazzolla rubs shoulders with Lanner and Kreisler at the Martha Argerich Music Festival in Hamburg's Laeiszhalle. 
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Dudamel leads New York Philharmonic in spectacular new piano concerto

Gustavo Dudamel led the New York Philharmonic in a program that featured a mildly disappointing Ives, a spectacularly successful new concerto, and an idiosyncratic take on Dvořák’s New World Symphony.

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Boston Creole: Berlioz, Ravel and Estévez with the Boston Symphony

Ken-David Masur and James Burton step in for Gustavo Dudamel in a program featuring Antonio Estévez' Cantata criolla.
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Xian Zhang thrills in Tchaikovsky and Prokofiev

Xian Zhang made her Los Angeles debut in a program of Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev,and Chen Yi.
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Dudamel's powerful appetizer in Bogotá

The monumental sound and the forcefulness in character that Gustavo Dudamel manages to imprint on the orchestras he has conducted has been long discussed. It is almost a signature; a revolution in an orchestral world more generally interested in what is correct and traditional.
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Sergio Tiempo plays Ginastera with the LA Phil and Dudamel

Adjectives that come to mind for your typical summer concert: fun, friendly, safe. Would any of those have fit last night’s Hollywood Bowl program? “Fun” absolutely works; maybe “friendly”. But “safe”? The centerpiece of the program – Alberto Ginastera’s wild Piano Concerto no. 1 – was anything but that. Try “daring”. Or even “dangerous”.
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