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Period: Classical

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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

LondonHagen Quartet

Wigmore Hall
Mozart
Hagen Quartet

StockholmRising Stars with Baritone

Mahler, Chausson, Ireland, Brahms, Fauré, Quilter, Mozart, Rachmaninov, Bingham, Swann, Schubert, Clarke, Porter
James Newby; Joseph Middleton

TorontoBach Collegium Japan / Masaaki Suzuki

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Bach, Janitsch, Telemann
Masaaki Suzuki; Roderick Williams; Ryo Terakado; Bach Collegium Japan

Monte-CarloMozart à Monaco

Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo
Mozart, Schubert
Fatma Said; Martin Helmchen; Antje Weithaas; Marie-Elisabeth Hecker

Saffron WaldenBBC Symphony Orchestra

Bacewicz, Mozart, Elgar, Dvořák
BBC Symphony Orchestra; Sakari Oramo; Julie Price

New York CityJupiter Symphony Chamber Players : Go for Baroque

Buxtehude, Bach, Paganelli, Hasse, Graun
Hyunah Yu; Paolo Bordignon; Abigel Kralik; Hina Khuong-Huu

Saint PaulBach Collegium Japan / Masaaki Suzuki

Listing filler
Bach, Janitsch, Telemann
Masaaki Suzuki; Roderick Williams; Ryo Terakado; Bach Collegium Japan
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A heartening journey: a sensuous fix from Wigglesworth and the LSO

Ryan Wigglesworth steps into the breach with relish and authority in this journey through the senses, pitting Hummel against Tchaikovsky, plus a UK premiere from Nokuthula Ngwenyama.
***11
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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.
****1
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COC's sexed up Figaro: beautifully sung, creepily funny

The COC revival of its 2016 production of Le nozze di Figaro is still rooted in Claus Guth’s gloomy Scandinavia but it’s lightened up to become much sexier and funnier.
****1
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Clarity and delicacy in Mao Fujita’s Carnegie Hall main stage debut

The Japanese pianist brings his own perspectives to less frequently played works, including his trademark Mozart. 
****1
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A memorable Zauberflöte from Nederlandse Reisopera

A top-class line-up of international soloists produce an accomplished and polished semi-staging for the company's tour. 
****1
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Eric Lu explores the darkness of the soul in Schubert at the QEH

Once decried as “dangerously introspective”, Schubert's Piano Sonata D.959 is now seen as one of his masterpieces. Eric Lu shows how he is completely on the composer's wavelength in this compelling performance.
****1
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German Romanticism given a fresh lick of paint by the Philharmonia

Some thrilling moments in a memorable evening of Brahms and Weber, with the Philharmonia and Michael Collins on riveting form.  
****1
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Gardiner and the English Baroque Soloists roll back the centuries

Refined if sometimes raucous pleasures from Haydn and Mozart as the EBS continues its European tour. 
****1
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