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Performer: Trevor Pinnock

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RomeBach's Christmas Oratorio

Bach: Christmas Oratorio, BWV248
Orchestra dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia; Trevor Pinnock; Coro dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia; Robin Johannsen; Catriona Morison; Stuart Jackson

AmsterdamEmmanuel Pahud plays Bach

© Josef Fischnaller
Emmanuel Pahud; Jonathan Manson; Trevor Pinnock

AmsterdamOrchestral Chamber Music

Orchestral Chamber Music
Mozart, Gabrieli, Dvořák
Trevor Pinnock, Conductor

AmsterdamMozart's 'Gran Partita'

Mozart's 'Gran Partita'
Mozart: Serenade no. 10 in B flat major for Winds, "Gran Partita", K361 (K370a)
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Trevor Pinnock
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Japan and UK students on a joint journey of discovery

Trevor Pinnock © Simon Jay Price
Students from the Royal Academy of Music and Tokyo Geidai join forces for an expedition through Beethoven's Eroica Symphony.
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Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra with Menahem Pressler

Menahem Pressler's début with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, conducted by Trevor Pinnock at Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw. Cynthia Wilson reviews.
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Magical essence of Bruckner 2 revealed in a chamber arrangement at RAM

Before this chamber performance of Bruckner’s Second Symphony, Trevor Pinnock gave a short introductory talk, pointing out that, before the days of ubiquitous recording, music was always heard live, and chamber arrangements were an important aspect of disseminating music.
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Haydn's La vera costanza at Royal Academy Opera

One of the consistent joys of seeing a performance by the Royal Academy of Music's opera school is that they bring in world class conductors. At last night's La vera costanza, the orchestra, conducted by Trevor Pinnock, was exceptional.
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Mahler in Miniature

Royal Academy of Music Chamber Ensemble Trevor Pinnock conductor Runette Botha sopranoHaydn (arr. Salomon) Symphony Quintetto (after Symphony No. 101 The Clock) for flute, string quartet and piano (ed. Christopher Hogwood)Mahler (arr. Stein) Symphony No. 4 in GThis was quite simply a delightful concert. The juxtaposition of these two pared-down symphonies was a brilliant idea superbly executed.