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Performer: Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra

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StockholmConcierto de Aranjuez

Swedish Radio AB
Crawford Seeger, Rodrigo, Bartók
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Christian Karlsen; Jacob Kellermann
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A persuasively dark Don Giovanni from Swedish Radio

Peter Mattei (Don Giovanni), Mari Eriksmoen (Donna Anna) © Mikael Grönberg | Sveriges Radio
Andrew Staples creates an austere, monochrome semi-staging that's strangely appropriate to the times; Peter Mattei and John Lundgren lead an excellent cast.
****1
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Post-lockdown Sibelius from Daniel Harding and the Swedish RSO

Daniel Harding © Arne Hyckenberg
Although filled with beauty and sweetly played, the fragmentation of the symphony felt too disruptive.
***11
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An aquatic programme with Klaus Mäkelä and the Swedish RSO

Klaus Mäkelä © Mattias Ahlm | Swedish Radio
Bookending a concert with Die Seejungfrau and La Mer, Klaus Mäkelä and the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra offered two very different musical depictions of water and the ocean.
****1
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Harding and the Swedish Radio Symphony at the Elbphilharmonie

Daniel Harding, Alina Ibragimova and the Swedish RSO at the Elbphilharmonie © Claudia Hohne
Daniel Harding and the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra in love with Pettersson and Berlioz, whereas Alina Ibragimova disappoints in Schumann.
****1
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Baltic Sea Festival celebrates a cherished conductor

Esa-Pekka Salonen conducts the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra © Arne Hyckenberg
Esa-Pekka Salonen brings the Baltic Sea Festival to an end in an eclectic, risk-taking programme of music by Biber, Beethoven and himself.
*****
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Nordin’s new large-scale multimedia work disappoints

Esa-Pekka Salonen and Martin Fröst © Micke Grönberg | Sveriges Radio
For all its ambition, the première of Jesper Nordin’s Emerging from Currents and Waves at the Baltic Sea Festival consisted of little more than slick surfaces and displays of overload
*1111
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