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Period: Classical

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ZürichCosì fan tutte

Mozart: Così fan tutte
Christopher Moulds; Kirill Serebrennikov; Zurich Opera; Evgeny Kulagin; Tatyana Dolmatovskaya; Franck Evin; Nikolay Simonov

ValladolidGonzález Monjas dirige Mozart y Mussorgsky

Glinka, Mozart, Mussorgsky
Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León; Roberto González Monjas; Andreas Ottensamer

RomeAntonio Pappano / Daniil Trifonov

Beethoven, Mozart, Sibelius
Orchestra dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia; Sir Antonio Pappano; Daniil Trifonov

StockholmChamber Concert with the RSPO Orchestra Academy

Perruchon, Smith, Rossini, Adobas Bayog, Haydn
Rafael Adobas Bayog; Martino Moruzzi; Ambroise Dojat; Blanca Eliasson

BergamoMedea in Corinto

Mayr: Medea in Corinto
Jonathan Brandani; Francesco Micheli; Fondazione Donizetti; Edoardo Sanchi; Giada Masi; Alessandro Andreoli; Marta Torbidoni

AmsterdamDon Giovanni

Mozart: Don Giovanni
Jérémie Rhorer; Claus Guth; Dutch National Opera; Christian Schmidt; Olaf Winter; Seth Carico

BambergOrgan Concert: Pier Damiano Peretti

Franck, Schoenberg, Mozart, Schubert, Cerha
Pier Damiano Peretti, Organ

NottinghamRoyal Northern Sinfonia with Dinis Sousa and Louis Scwizgebel, piano

Schubert, Saint-Saëns, Mozart
Royal Northern Sinfonia; Dinis Sousa; Louis Schwizgebel
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Sizzling Sibelius provides the highlight at the Santa Cecilia

After a bumpy first half, Pappano turns the evening into a memorable one by delivering an outstanding rendition of the Finn's First Symphony.
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Sir Roger, over and out: Norrington bids a fond farewell with Haydn

After decades as a period instrument revolutionary, the 87-year old conductor bows out with “Dr Haydn's London Academy”, an entertaining recreation of concert-going in the 1790s.
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Rousing virtuosity from Fischer and Avdeeva at the Tonhalle

Two superbly accomplished musicians light up the stage in Zurich with repertoire that spans the centuries.

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Compelling music-making from the London Symphony Orchestra

Clarity of articulation and ensemble underlined gripping performances in a programme that could have been a one-horse race. 

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Celebratory Mozart and glittering Ravel light up Singapore

Cédric Tiberghien and Carlos Kalmar dispel the gloom with performances to delight the ear. 
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Nothing short of greatness: the Vienna Phil in Suntory Hall

The Vienna Philharmonic’s unparalleled musicality is beyond impressive and is proved on pieces like Schubert Symphony No. 8 “The Great”
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Don Giovanni “dans un bois (not so) solitaire” at Dutch National Opera

Claus Guth’s Don Giovanni returns to Amsterdam with an almost entirely new cast with strong leads by Seth Carico and Adrian Sâmpetrean. 
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Something old, something new: Joyce DiDonato at the Barbican

Joyce DiDonato and Craig Terry present a wide-ranging exploration of isolation and reunion, from Baroque to jazz.
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