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Performer: Sir Antonio Pappano

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LondonLSO on Stage: Sibelius' The Oceanides

London Symphony Orchestra
Sibelius: The Oceanides symphonic poem for orchestra, (Aallottaret) Op.73
London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Antonio Pappano

RomeSanta Cecilia: Sciarrino and Bach

Sciarrino, Bach
Orchestra dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia; Sir Antonio Pappano; Barbara Hannigan; Amanda Forbes; Josè Maria Lo Monaco; Paolo Fanale

RomeFidelio (concert performance)

Beethoven: Fidelio
Sir Antonio Pappano; Rachel Willis-Sørensen; Simon O'Neill; Sebastian Holecek; Günther Groissböck
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Sometimes it's simply all right on the night: the RCO and Pappano

Sir Antonio Pappano inspires the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra to playing of rare distinction in Schumann and Igor Levit again demonstrates why he is a front-rank artist in Beethoven.
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Pappano leads The Royal Opera's return to action

After a few streamed events with chamber forces, the full orchestra and chorus returned to the House – albeit not in their usual positions – for an entertaining fundraising gala.
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A moving Lied von der Erde at Covent Garden

Dame Sarah Connolly and David Butt Philip prove that less really can be more.
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Loss and foreboding from Pappano and the LSO

In these difficult times a reduced audience witnessed a concert of music that didn’t exactly offer much solace, but which possessed a powerful sense of loss and foreboding that seemed entirely timely. 
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Lise Davidsen leads a revolutionary Fidelio at Covent Garden

An outstanding role debut from Davidsen, a star-studded vocal cast and a revelatory orchestral performance make a Beethoven anniversary performance to savour.
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Pappano and the LSO furious in Vaughan Williams' Fourth Symphony

Sir Antonio Pappano has taken up the baton in English works by Elgar, Tippett and Vaughan Williams.

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