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Work: Carnival Overture, Op.92

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ComposerDvořák, Antonín (1841-1904)
Work typeOrchestral
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NottinghamThe CBSO with Kazuki Yamada and Daishin Kashimoto, violin

Dvořák, Bruch, Rimsky-Korsakov
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Kazuki Yamada; Daishin Kashimoto

PragueSir András Schiff plays Dvořák

Czech Philharmonic
Czech Philharmonic; Semyon Bychkov; Sir András Schiff

RotterdamBrahms 4 with Yannick Nézet-Séguin

Dvořák, Price, Brahms
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra; Yannick Nézet-Séguin; Randall Goosby

LeipzigDetlev Glanert's Prague Symphony

Dvořák, Glanert
Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra; Semyon Bychkov; Catriona Morison; Christian Immler

ChicagoBychkov Conducts Brahms

Dvořák, Saint-Saëns, Brahms
Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Semyon Bychkov; Renaud Capuçon
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Spring and storm clouds from Alan Gilbert and the Boston Symphony

Alan Gilbert turns the usual concert format on its head, ending his program with Dvořák’s Carnival Overture to follow a trio of works new to the orchestra. 
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Gemma New puts the RPO through its paces at Cadogan Hall

New Zealand’s Gemma New conducts the RPO in a programme with a Slavonic feel, with an overture by Dvořák, a concerto by Shostakovich and a popular symphony by Tchaikovsky. 

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Heralding a new CBSO era: exuberant Dvořák and mature Mendelssohn

Nicola Benedetti and the CBSO under Kazuki Yamada bring impressive levels of sensitivity and honesty to Dvořák’s New World Symphony and Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto.

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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.

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Tetzlaff redefines clarity with the National Symphony Orchestra

Christian Tetzlaff proves once again why audiences can’t get enough of his sound in a program of Dvořák and Schumann with Christoph Eschenbach at the helm.

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