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BirminghamClassic FM Hall of Fame

Mozart, Williams, Borodin, Mascagni, Vaughan Williams, Tchaikovsky, Wiseman, Bruch, Morricone, Wagner, Elgar, Holst
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Michael Seal; Jennifer Pike; John Suchet


Zavateri, Zelenka, Sammartini, Reger, Sarti, Mendelssohn, Dvořák, Pergolesi, Bach, Handel, Traditional
Zurich Chamber Orchestra; André Fischer; Franziska Andrea Heinzen; Zürcher Konzertchor; Willi Zimmermann

ZürichBoléro / Le Sacre du printemps

Various, Stravinsky
Johan Inger; Edward Clug; Ballett Zürich; Ballett Zürich Junior Company; Jonathan Stockhammer; Erik Berglund

LondonTchaikovsky and the Magic Toybox

Aurora Orchestra

LausanneArcadi Volodos plays Schubert

Arcadi Volodos, Piano

GothenburgPioneer: For the first time

Göteborgs Symfoniker (GBP)
Sandgren, Saariaho, Gille, Furrer
Rei Munakata; Gageego!

LaulasmaaSweelinck, Grigorjeva, Pärt, White, Byrd

Listing filler
Sweelinck, Traditional, Grigorjeva, Pärt, White, Byrd
Theatre of Voices; YXUS Ensemble; Paul Hillier

BerlinSinfoniekonzert: Richard Wagner

Orchester der Deutschen Oper Berlin; Juraj Valčuha; Anja Harteros
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Australian Ballet is back with a bang in its Celebration Gala!

After two years of pandemic disruptions, the Australian Ballet celebrates its return to the stage with this gala of impressively-chosen showstopper pas de deux.
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A vision, a seascape and some Saint-Saëns: Mørk, Mäkelä and the LPO

Power of three: Finnish conductor Klaus Mäkelä makes his London debut in four works by a trio of composers... three of them in triptych form. 
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Intriguing Schubert, raucous virtuosity: The Alehouse Sessions

Raucous banter, musical virtuosity and a plethora of folk styles in the Alehouse Sessions follow Barokksolistene's intriguing take on Schubert's great song cycle.
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Yorke Dance Project's Past Present in the Linbury Theatre

An emotional programme of historical reenactments and inspiration 
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Industrial dances in Rambert2's Home and Killer Pig

The dancers show a lot of promise in a programme that lacks flair or variation. 
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Double success: Ballet Black's Then or Now and The Waiting Game

Two excellent new works given flow and flair by seven superb dancers in the Linbury Theatre. 
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A slippery end for Sacre in Zurich double bill

In Zurich, two sensational ballets by choreographers Johann Inger and Edward Clug pull out all the stops... including those on the water hoses.
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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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