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Performer: Simon Trpčeski

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LondonLSO/Noseda: Shostakovich 'Babi Yar'

© Ben Ealovega
Stevenson, Prokofiev, Shostakovich
London Symphony Orchestra; Simon Halsey; Simon Trpčeski; Alexander Vinogradov; Gentlemen of the London Symphony Chorus; Gianandrea Noseda

AmsterdamSimon Trpčeski: Beethoven 2020 (part II)

© Benjamin Ealovega
Beethoven, Rimsky-Korsakov
Simon Trpčeski, Piano

LondonSunday Matinees: Shostakovich and Prokofiev

Sunday Matinees: Shostakovich and Prokofiev
Prokofiev, Shostakovich
Philharmonia Orchestra; Pablo Heras-Casado; Simon Trpčeski

LondonSimon Trpceski: Orchestral Manoeuvres on a Piano

© Ben Ealovega
Beethoven, Rimsky-Korsakov
Simon Trpčeski, Piano
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Outstanding performance from Simon Trpčeski in Dublin

Simon Trpčeski © Benjamin Ealovega
Showing exquisite tonal colouring in Brahms and Liszt, Trpčeski mesmirised the audience with his bravura in Mussorgsky and Prokofiev. 
****1
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Orchestral colour by the container load: Altinoglu and the LSO

Alain Altinoglu © Marco Borggreve
After an enjoyable but safe Rachmaninov Piano Concerto no. 2, Altinoglu celebrates his birthday by rendering each of Pictures at an Exhibition in extravagant orchestral Technicolor.
****1
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Capricious Brahms and vivacious Sibelius in Belfast

Simon Trpčeski © Benjamin Ealovega
Simon Trpčeski gives a commendable performance of Brahms’ Second Piano Concerto, whilst Gabriel Bebeşelea conducts the Ulster Orchestra in a thought-provoking Sibelius Second Symphony.
***11
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Jakub Hrůša emphasizes color at the New York Philharmonic

Jakub Hrůša © Andreas Herzau
Jakub Hrůša and Simon Trpčeski with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra impress at Lincoln Center with a programme of works from Central and Eastern Europe. 
****1
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Hrůša’s Slavic canvas and the mystery of Kabeláč

Jakub Hrůša © Andreas Herzau
Dvořák’s Slavonic Dances were a treat and Simon Trpčeski was characteristically glistening in Shostakovich, but the surprise package turned out to be a rarely heard work by Kabeláč.
****1
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