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Venue: Usher Hall, Edinburgh

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AddressEdinburgh
Scotland
EH1 2EA
United Kingdom
Google maps55° 56' 49.766" N 3° 12' 17.859" W
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EdinburghTchaikovsky Piano Concerto

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Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Ludovic Morlot; Roman Rabinovich

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Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Han-Na Chang; Bruno Delepelaire

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Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Thomas Søndergård; Francesco Piemontesi

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The Orchestra of Scottish Opera; Stuart Stratford

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Denis Kozhukhin steps in to play Grieg with the RSNO

Denis Kozhukhin is a late stand in for Grieg's Piano Concerto, while Jonathan Heyward shapes Beethoven's Seventh with ambition and energy.
****1
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Quint plays Korngold with movie star character in Edinburgh

Christian Reif directs music ranging from the Hollywood glamour of Korngold to the seriousness of Dvořák, with a foray into the softer modernism of Julia Perry.
****1
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A fresh Creation from Emelyanychev and the Scottish CO

Lydia Teuscher, Andrew Staples and Hanno Müller-Brachmann prove a beautiful trio of angels and the SCO Chorus are on top form in Haydn's biblical oratorio.

****1
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RSNO season begins with marvellous Britten but too pristine Stravinsky

Stefan Jackiw makes Britten's Violin Concerto sing, but Thomas Søndergård's RSNO Rite of Spring is too well-behaved and David Fennessy's Riot Act is dull.
***11
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Edinburgh International Festival closes with a magnificent Gerontius

The festival's final concert marks several endings, including the fulfilment of Sir Andrew Davis' Elgar oratorio cycle with the RSNO.
*****
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An epic Mahler 3 at the Edinburgh International Festival

From performing Mahler in a pared-down chamber arrangement in an empty hall two years ago, the Royal Scottish National Orchestra returns to the “full fat” variety in a packed Usher Hall. 

*****
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Out of the shadows: Mahler’s Seventh from Bychkov and the Czech Phil

For its second concert at the Edinburgh International Festival, the Czech Phil offers colourful, rousing playing in Gustav Mahler's Seventh Symphony. 
****1
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Slavic homelands: Bychkov and the Czech Philharmonic in Edinburgh

Festive Dvořák, intense Martinů with Katia and Marielle Labèque, and an awesome performance of Janáček’s Glagolitic Mass at the Edinburgh International Festival.

****1
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