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Period: 20th century

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StockholmMozart X 2 with Malin Broman & Janine Jansen

Swedish Radio AB
Farrenc, Ravel, Mozart, Debussy
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Malin Broman; Janine Jansen

San SebastiánNuestro destino

Wagner, Shostakovich, Beethoven
Basque National Orchestra; Dinis Sousa; Alena Baeva

LondonKonstantin Krimmel, Ammiel Bushakevitz

Wigmore Hall
Schumann, Mandyczewski, Brahms
Konstantin Krimmel; Ammiel Bushakevitz

ZurichKlavierquartette I

Dvořák, Martinů
Yulia Levin; Xiaoming Wang; Sebastian Eyb; Lev Sivkov

LondonZlatomir Fung, Benjamin Hochman

Wigmore Hall
Shaporin, Sokolov, Ornstein, Glazunov, Shostakovich
Zlatomir Fung; Benjamin Hochman

PamplonaNuestro destino

Wagner, Shostakovich, Beethoven
Basque National Orchestra; Dinis Sousa; Alena Baeva

AmsterdamOrchestra Filarmonica della Scala & Chailly: Tchaikovsky

Debussy, Prokofiev, Tchaikovsky
Filarmonica della Scala; Riccardo Chailly; Emmanuel Tjeknavorian

MadridSatélite 12: Esencias

Adès, Bruce, Copland, Martinů
Mario Pérez; Ane Matxain; Alicia Salas; Josep Trescolí
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The Philadelphia Orchestra rediscovers Dawson's Negro Folk Symphony

Yannick Nézet-Séguin leads Dawson's first appearance in a subscription concert just this week, programmed alongside Robert Schumann's Piano Concerto with rising soloist Tony Siqi Yun.
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Severed headline act, but death-defying results from the Philharmonia

This X-rated programme brought numerous children to the Royal Festival Hall... with plenty of orchestral thrills for them to enjoy.
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The First and Second Viennese Schools in one: Uchida and the Mahler CO

Dame Mitsuko Uchida demonstrates why she is one of today's greatest Mozartians, while her MCO players give a virtuoso account of a work steeped in the Viennese tradition.
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Jungle Book Reimagined: a scathing, incisive work of dance theatre

I felt that the choreography as performed by these excellent dancers was enough to carry the story without such excessive use of text and animation
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Justin Peck's Copland Dance Episodes is 80 minutes of freewheeling!

Over twenty-two vignettes, some long, others short, a cast of thirty pedestrianizes ballet. The work suggests that who you are matters more than what you do. 
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Polish National Ballet: two substantial new works by women

If the world is short on female choreographers then there are two in Poland just waiting to be discovered!

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Out of the closet and into the cage: La Cage aux Folles in Berlin

Thanks to Barrie Kosky's flamboyant imagination and a solid cast, the Komische Oper's new production of La Cage aux Folles glitters, but could be more gay.
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Invitation to the Dance: Gerhardt plays Anna Clyne's cello concerto

Anna Clyne's superb cello concerto is given a beautiful performance by Alban Gerhardt and the BBC Philharmonic under Ben Gernon.
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