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Work: 3 Myths, Op.30

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ComposerSzymanowski, Karol (1882-1937)
Period20th century
Work typeInstrumental
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BerlinSuyoen Kim & Annika Treutler

Fauré, Szymanowski, Franck
Suyoen Kim; Annika Treutler

AmsterdamAfternoon Concert: Rosanne Philippens and Julien Quentin

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Szymanowski, Pärt, Schubert
Rosanne Philippens; Julien Quentin
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Ornate Franck and dreamy Szymanowski from Park and Grosvenor

Hyeyoon Park and Benjamin Grosvenor © Wigmore Hall
In a tempting recital, Hyeyoon Park and Benjamin Grosvenor filled an empty Wigmore Hall with perfumed music.
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Jansen and Gavrylyuk bedazzle in Amsterdam

A dream matchup of Janine Jansen with Alexander Gavrylyuk spoiled the audience at the Concertgebouw in this must-hear collaboration. Tonight’s programme included sonatas from Brahms, Prokofiev, Poulenc and a sublime rendition of Szymanowski’s Trois Mythes.
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Back to 1915: Kraggerud, Isserlis and more at the Cheltenham Music Festival

The concert opened with BBC newsreader Julia Somerville, summarising news from the year 1915 at an old-fashioned broadcasting desk complete with microphone. It was informative, and set the scene for this recital, one in a series of ‘time capsule’ concerts, solely featuring music composed in 1915 – including two of Debussy’s last chamber pieces.
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Ibragimova and Tiberghien dazzles Wigmore audience

Violinist Alina Ibragimova and pianist Cédric Tiberghien formed their duo partnership when they were both BBC New Generation Artists and have since been hailed as the up-and-coming duo, but Thursday’s recital at Wigmore Hall showed the amazing maturity of their partnership.

Patchwork pour violon et piano à l'Orangerie du Parc de Bagatelle

Dans le beau cadre de l'Orangerie du Parc de Bagatelle la pianiste Momo Kodama associée au violoniste Nicolas Dautricourt nous proposent un programme autour de Chopin, Szymanowski, Scriabine, Wieniawski, Lutoslawski, et Ravel, patchwork inégal allant du pire jusqu'au meilleur.
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