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Venue: Saanen Church

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AddressDorfstrasse, 3792 Saanen, Switzerland
Google maps46° 29' 24.751" N 7° 15' 30.166" E
July 2022
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Matinee performance
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SaanenBeethoven 250 Rias Kammerchor & René Jacobs

Menuhin Festival Gstaad
Beethoven: Mass in D Major "Missa solemnis”, Op.123
Freiburg Baroque Orchestra; René Jacobs; Birgitte Christensen; Sophie Harmsen; Maximilian Schmitt; Johannes Weisser

SaanenCelestial Music Céline Scheen, Philippe Jaroussky & L'Arpeggiata

Menuhin Festival Gstaad
Theile, Bach J.C., Bütner, Ritter, Schütz, Erlebach, Tunder, Ahle, Bertali, Bach
Christina Pluhar; Céline Scheen; Philippe Jaroussky; L'Arpeggiata

SaanenRecital Daniil Trifonov

Menuhin Festival Gstaad
Szymanowski, Debussy, Brahms
Daniil Trifonov, Piano

SaanenMozart Night Sabine Meyer, KOB & Giovanni Antonini

Menuhin Festival Gstaad
Haydn, Mozart
Kammerorchester Basel; Giovanni Antonini; Sabine Meyer

SaanenBernstein Meets Beethoven – Beethoven 250 Daniel Hope & ZKO

Menuhin Festival Gstaad
Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, Schubert, Mahler, Schoenberg, Bernstein
Zurich Chamber Orchestra; Daniel Hope

SaanenSchubertiade I – Beethoven 250 Eberle, Gabetta & Chamayou

Menuhin Festival Gstaad
Beethoven, Schubert
Veronika Eberle; Sol Gabetta; Bertrand Chamayou

SaanenAndreas Ottensamer III – Wiener Sängerknaben

Menuhin Festival Gstaad
Wiener Sängerknaben; Andreas Ottensamer

SaanenBeethoven Pur – Beethoven 250 Sol Gabetta & Alexander Melnikov

Menuhin Festival Gstaad
Sol Gabetta; Alexander Melnikov
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Accomplished recital by Roman Borisov in Gstaad Digital Festival

The 19-year-old performs four masterpieces presented in chronological order and illustrating the evolution of the art of the keyboard from the mid-18th to the mid-20th century.
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Brahms' Ballades the highlight of Chiara Opalio's Gstaad recital

The Italian pianist's recital included Schubert Impromptus and rarely heard works by Beethoven and CPE Bach. 
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Dalberto reveals the inner Schubert in Gstaad

The French pianist pairs the last two sonatas in his Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad recital. 
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Youthful energy from Bomsori Kim and Jean-Paul Gasparian in Gstaad

Bomsori Kim and Jean-Paul Gasparian prove an ideal coupling of natural musicality and effortless technique in Beethoven, Brahms and Szymanowski.
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Renaud Capuçon with Martha Argerich give Gstaad festival opener

An unmissable recital as the Sommets Musicaux festival takes on an online incarnation. 
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Long on refinement, short on sparkle: Nelson Freire in Gstaad

Freire convinces in Bach, but soft attack and heavy pedal use make for flat renditions of romantic works.
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Lupu’s Mozart touches the sublime

Radu Lupu produces Mozart so sublime as to delight the angels, Saraste and the Zurich Chamber Orchestra give us a lesson in poise, balance and blended sound.
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Perfectly phrased Chopin from Elisabeth Leonskaja

Elisabeth Lenoskaja's ability to execute a perfect phrase lights up a fine performance by the Polish Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra.
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