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Performer: Veronika Eberle

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RomeLorenzo Viotti / Veronika Eberle

Fondazione Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia
Strauss II, Korngold, Strauss R., Ravel
Orchestra dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia; Lorenzo Viotti; Veronika Eberle

BrusselsElgar & Berg

Brussels Philharmonic
Schubert, Berg, Elgar
Brussels Philharmonic; Kazushi Ono; Veronika Eberle

BrugesElgar & Berg

Brussels Philharmonic
Schubert, Berg, Elgar
Brussels Philharmonic; Kazushi Ono; Veronika Eberle
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BerlinConcerts in Quarantine: Veronika Eberle & Francesco Piemontesi

Mozart, Schubert
Veronika Eberle; Francesco Piemontesi
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Prohaska ignites Ludwigsburg with Eberle, Weilerstein and Bar-Shaï

This enticing ensemble of soprano and piano trio evoked, delighted and expressed with heightened intensity in less well-known repertoire, including from some big names.
*****
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Schumann and Fauré rarities in an exceptional evening at Wigmore Hall

An thoroughly entertaining evening of a very high level of musicianship from Steven Isserlis and friends at Wigmore Hall. 
*****
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Veronika Eberle gives Belfast a night to remember

Widmann, Mendelssohn and Beethoven draw a full house to the Ulster Hall. Rafael Payare leads the Ulster Orchestra confidently, but Veronika Eberle steals the show.
****1
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Dark, passionate Dvořák 7 for Culture Night

Stutzmann and NSO deliver a compelling vision of Dvořák's Seventh while violinist Eberle and violist Grosz achieve a fine balance in Mozart's iconic Sinfonia Concertante.
***11
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Järvi's Brahms lights up the Aix Easter Festival

Aimez-vous Brahms? For anyone who thought they didn’t, this sharp, disciplined band will have made converts.
****1
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Veronika Eberle wows in Mendelssohn

This was the second of Bernard Haitink’s Barbican appearances with the London Symphony Orchestra mostly drawing on the Austro-German orchestral tradition in electric and efficient perfromances. 
****1
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