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Venue: Tonhalle Maag, Zurich

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AddressZahnradstrasse 22
Zurich
Zürich
CH-8005
Switzerland
Google maps47° 23' 11.314" N 8° 31' 0.475" E
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Britten at apocalyptic proportions in the Tonhalle Zürich

A stunning performance of Britten’s War Requiem makes for a night to remember in Zurich.

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Magical Mendelssohn from Järvi and the Tonhalle in Zurich

Isserlis makes the most convincing case you could imagine for Schumann, while Järvi and his orchestra have a great time in Mendelssohn
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Early Mozart and Britten proves the ultimate refreshment in Zurich

In its spic and span, acoustically resonant concert venue in Zurich, the superb Zürcher Kammerorchester returned to live performances with an audience with pianist Alexandre Tharaud.
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Zurich Chamber Orchestra opens 75th season

A varied, interesting programme was offered to the Zurich audience, with Emőke Baráth shining in two Baroque cantatas and Daniel Hope leading the orchestra from the violin.
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The show goes on as the Tonhalle Orchestra launches its new season

The Tonhalle Orchester Zürich premieres its 2020 concert season with a work by Composer-in-Residence, Arvo Pärt, and a spirited Beethoven concerto, with Lars Vogt at the piano.

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Charisma and consummate skill: Merel Quartet in Zurich

The four gifted players of the Merel Quartet perform an unforgettable Haydn and Schubert programme at Zurich’s Tonhalle Maag.
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A triple bill makes musical explosives in Zurich

From the podium, Venezuelan conductor Rafael Payare’s fine direction and unmitigated athleticism were part and parcel of the excitement.
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Herbert Blomstedt delights Zurich with Mozart and Bruckner

The venerable Herbert Blomstedt conducts a spirited programme of works by Mozart and Bruckner in Zurich’s provisional concert hall, the Tonhalle Maag.
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