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Performer: Steve Davislim

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ParisChristmas Concert: Beethoven

Beethoven
Orchestre National de France; Andrés Orozco-Estrada; Genia Kühmeier; Wiebke Lehmkuhl; Steve Davislim; Matthias Goerne

MadridDebussy, Ravel, Tjeknavorian

Debussy, Ravel, Tjeknavorian
Debussy, Ravel, Tjeknavorian
Orquesta Sinfónica de RTVE; Pablo González; Emmanuel Tjeknavorian; Coro de RTVE; Steve Davislim
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Mahler’s dark and brutal Das klagende Lied in Sydney

Simone Young © Klaus Lefebvre
As the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall closes for extensive refurbishment, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra performs early, massive Mahler under Simone Young. 
****1
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Pathos and wonder: A superb Elijah oratorio in Zurich

Michael Nagy © Monika Höfler
Under conductor Thomas Hengelbrock, the Tonhalle Orchester ensemble and 60-voice configuration of the Balthasar Neumann Choir perform the legendary Elijah oratorio at Zurich’s Tonhalle Maag.
*****
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Berlin remembers World War 1 with Beethoven's Missa solemnis

Dame Sarah Connolly © Jan Capinski
Fine orchestral sound and outstanding solo singing from Sarah Connolly and Steve Davislim aren't enough to compensate for poor balance and timing in Beethoven's great choral work.
**111
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Theatre for theatre's sake: Giorgio Strehler's Abduction from the Harem in Naples

Die Entführung aus dem Serail © Luciano Romano
Giorgio Strehler’s production of Mozart’s Abduction, revived by Mattia Testi in Naples, is smooth and sophisticated.
****1
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La clemenza di Tito transfers from Glyndebourne

Robin Ticciati conducts the OAE © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
A strong cast led by Anna Stéphany's Sesto made the most of the last opportunity to hear Glyndebourne's production of Mozart's final opera.
****1
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Transcendent Bruckner closes CSO’s 125th season

In the final weekend of season, Muti led the CSO in a divinely inspired Bruckner Ninth, fittingly paired with the Te Deum.
*****
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