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Performer: Sylvain Cambreling

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TokyoCommemorative Concert of the 49th Suntory Music Award

© Suntory Hall
Messiaen: La Transfiguration de Notre Seigneur Jésus-Christ, for orchestra
Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra; Sylvain Cambreling; New National Theatre Chorus; Kyohei Tomihira; Momo Kodama; Mari Endo

SeoulThe Song of the Heavens

Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra
Mozart, Messiaen
Seoul Philharmonic; Sylvain Cambreling; Roger Muraro

SalzburgCantando Admont · Klangforum Wien · Cambreling

Feldman
Cordula Bürgi; Cantando Admont; Klangforum Wien; Sylvain Cambreling
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Cambreling's farewell: a programme of French connections in Tokyo

Sylvain Cambreling © Marco Borggreve
Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra's Sunday matinee, which was the final concert for its outgoing Principal Conductor Sylvain Cambreling, had many French connections.
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Sylvain Cambreling bids farewell to the YNSO with a great concert

Sylvain Cambreling © Marco Borggreve
A fond farewell to the Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra from its Principal Conductor for the past nine seasons.
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Sex and violence in the ghetto: Pique Dame

Shigeo Ishino (Yeletsky), Erin Caves (Herman) and Helene Schneiderman © A.T. Schaefer
Oper Stuttgart’s new production of The Queen of Spades (Pique-Dame) pushes a directorial tendency to update opera to a modern setting to an extreme.
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Visceral power in Saunders' still

Carolin Widmann © Marco Borggreve
Although a British composer by birth, Rebecca Saunders is most respected in Germany, where she has spent much of her working life. Her latest project was an immersive choreographed programme with the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie based around her violin concerto still
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The (Surrealist) Tales of Hoffmann

With this mesmerising version of Les contes d'Hoffmann, Marthaler has proved (as Offenbach did more than one century ago) that it is possible to love Romanticism through its satire. 
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