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Performer: Thomas Adès

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New York CityThomas Adès & Kirill Gerstein

© Brian Voce/Marco Borggreve
Debussy, Stravinsky, Lutosławski, Adès, Ravel
Thomas Adès; Kirill Gerstein

New York CityThomas Adès conducts the BSO

Thomas Adès conducts the BSO
Liszt, Adès, Tchaikovsky
Boston Symphony Orchestra; Thomas Adès; Kirill Gerstein

Saffron WaldenBeethoven Symphonies No. 7 & 8

Beethoven, Barry
Britten Sinfonia; Thomas Adès

LondonBeethoven Symphony Cycle: Nos 7 & 8

Beethoven Symphony Cycle: Nos 7 & 8
Beethoven, Barry
Britten Sinfonia; Thomas Adès

NorwichBeethoven Symphony No. 9

Barry, Beethoven
Britten Sinfonia; Thomas Adès; Claudia Boyle; Britten Sinfonia Voices; Eamonn Dougan
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Not with a whimper but a bang

Thomas Adès © Brian Voce
Commendably fine playing from the LPO conducted by Thomas Adès, and with Kirill Gerstein as soloist, three less than familiar works throw up overwhelming volumes of energy.
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Musical polymath and nonpareil violinist share a Tanglewood afternoon

Thomas Adès © Hilary Scott
Teztlaff’s ability to bring freshness and an enchanted inner life to even the most trodden of musical works is unsurpassed.
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Conquests and countryside: Barry and Beethoven at the Barbican

Thomas Adès © Brian Voce
Thomas Adès continued his Beethoven cycle with the Britten Sinfonia in a superb performance of Beethoven's Sixth paired with Barry’s marmite piece The Conquest of Ireland.
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Battles won and drawn: Beethoven and Barry from the Britten Sinfonia

Nicolas Hodges © Eric Richmond
The latest concert in the Britten Sinfonia’s ongoing Beethoven symphony cycle also featured the London première of Gerald Barry’s combative Piano Concerto.
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Stravinsky’s Perséphone brought to life by Adès and Barry

Thomas Adès © Brian Voce
Glistening performances by the London Philharmonic Orchestra and combined forces under Thomas Adès bring to life Stravinsky’s Perséphone, with fiery premières of works by Adès himself and Gerald Barry.
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