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MadisonPilobolus: Big Five-Oh!

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Various, Poe

CréteilGarden / The Statement / Bedroom Folk

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Various, Belton, Lichtik
Medhi Walerski; Crystal Pite; Sharon Eyal; Gai Behar; Ballet BC; Theun Mosk; Pierre Pontvianne

StockholmStravinsky Violin Concerto

Hilli, Stravinsky, Schmitt
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Ryan Bancroft; Frank Peter Zimmermann

MadridConcierto 5: Strauss & Schmidt

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Strauss R., Schmidt
Orquesta Sinfónica de Madrid; David Afkham

ZurichRecital Regula Mühlemann

Zurich Ballet and Opera
Schubert, Baumgartner, Schoeck, Flury, Frey, Langer, Niggli, Liszt, Roesgen-Champion, Geiser, Rossini
Regula Mühlemann; Tatiana Korsunskaya; Rita Karin Meier; Konstantin Timokhine


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Daniel Abreu; Compagnie Daniel Abreu

BergenPurcell’s Playground / Alehouse Sessions

Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra
Purcell, Traditional
Bjarte Eike; Mary Bevan; Barokksolistene; Edvard Grieg Vokalensemble

StockholmOrgan Matinée with Alma Faxén

Traditional, Bach, Reger, Idenstam
Alma Faxén, Organ
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