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Performer: Tasmin Little

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PooleBSO Benevolent Fund

Verdi, Bruch, Tchaikovsky
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; David Hill; Tasmin Little

LondonMozart Requiem

Mozart: Requiem in D minor, K626
National Symphony Orchestra (UK); Rimma Sushanskaya; Locrian Singers; Tasmin Little; Philip Dukes

SingaporeA Farewell for Tasmin Little

Prokofiev, Bruch, Brahms
Singapore Symphony Orchestra; Gerard Schwarz; Tasmin Little

NottinghamThe Royal Philharmonic Orchestra with Thierry Fischer and Tasmin Little, violin

© Benjamin Ealovega
Borodin, Dvořák, Brahms
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Thierry Fischer; Tasmin Little

CardiffBrahms’ First Symphony

Brahms’ First Symphony
Borodin, Dvořák, Brahms
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Thierry Fischer; Tasmin Little
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Full-on romantics at Cadogan Hall

Christoph König © Pedro Lobo, Casa da musica
Big sounds were on display as Christoph König and the RPO powered through Rachmaninov and Wagner, with a measured and flowing Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto from Tasmin Little.
***11
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Extreme sports: a thrilling Central European expedition

Edward Gardner © Benjamin Ealovega
Despite the burbling streams with which Smetana's Vltava trickles into life, this was no pastoral stroll on the gentle slopes of Bohemia, Hungary and Poland.
****1
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Joyful noise: Walton’s mighty Belshazzar’s Feast

Martyn Brabbins © Benjamin Ealovega
Three English composers receive fine performances from the BBC National Orchestra of Wales.
****1
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Water-sprites, tarantulas and icy landscapes

Tasmin Little © Benjamin Ealovega
The final pair of Sibelius symphonies is memorably performed by the LPO under Osmo Vänskä, with Tasmin Little as the authoritative soloist in Walton's violin concerto.
****1
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Glorious Russian classics from Vedernikov and the CBSO

Alexander Vedernikov © Marco Borggreve
CBSO sparkled in the all Russian programme;  Tchaikovsky' Fifth and the Glazunov Violin Concerto brilliantly delivered, full of oustanding individual performances.
*****
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