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Performer: Veronika Eberle

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MadridBrahms desde sus orígenes en Ibermúsica

Brahms desde sus orígenes en Ibermúsica
Brahms
Hamburg Philharmonic; Kent Nagano; Veronika Eberle

BonnBthvn-Woche XI

Beethoven, Bach, Messiaen, Webern
Veronika Eberle; Christian Ihle Hadland

CookstownBeethoven No. 7– Burnavon, Cookstown – On Your Doorstep

Widmann, Mendelssohn, Beethoven
Ulster Orchestra; Rafael Payare; Veronika Eberle

BelfastBeethoven No.7

Widmann, Mendelssohn, Beethoven
Ulster Orchestra; Rafael Payare; Veronika Eberle

OsakaThe 299th Subscription Concert

The 299th Subscription Concert
Mozart, Bruckner
Kansai Philharmonic Orchestra; Taijiro Iimori; Veronika Eberle
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Järvi's Brahms lights up the Aix Easter Festival

Paavo Järvi conducts the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen © Caroline Doutre
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

Veronika Eberle © Felix Broede
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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Stutzmann's triumphant NSO debut

Nathalie Stutzmann © Simon Fowler
Eberle delivers a searingly intense Brahms' Violin Concerto in D major while Stutzmann energises the NSO with some lively Beethoven and Prokofiev.
****1
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Violinist Veronika Eberle Sails the Tricky Waters of Schumann's Violin Concerto at Davies Hall

Eberle Veronica © Marco Borggreve
Violinist Veronika Eberle has a successful San Francisco debut with the tricky Schumann concerto while the SF Symphony sounds somewhat limp under Robert Abbado with Busoni's Turandot and Mendelssohn's Scottish. 
***11
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Ashkenazy and the Philharmonia

Veronika Eberle © Marco Borggreve
Lively and joyful Schubert, elegant Mozart, and urgency, pace and exhilarating command in Elgar from Ashkenazy and the Philharmonia.
****1
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