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Work: Chamber Symphony in C minor (arr. Rudolf Barshai), Op.110a

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ComposerShostakovich, Dmitri (1906-1975)
Period20th century
Work typeOrchestral
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Mediocre Beethoven but brilliant Shostakovich from the SCO

Elisabeth Leonskaja © Julia Wesley
The SCO’s strings play as though they had an insight into the composer’s psyche that few could share. 
****1
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Through the wringer with the ACO

Richard Tognetti, Nathan Braude and the ACO in Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante © Mark Allan | Barbican
With utter technical mastery, the ACO extract every emotion from a concert that gets progressively darker as the evening proceeds. 
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A tremendous Nelson Mass from the Britten Sinfonia

In a diverse programme consisting of Haydn and Pärt, Stephen Layton impressed with his choir Polyphony, while the Britten Sinfonia performed a fine rendition of Shostakovich's Chamber Symphony
***11
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Scottish Ensemble's "Sax Serenade" with Amy Dickson

Grammy-nominated Saxophionist Amy Dickson joins the Scottish Ensemble for an intense Russian-themed programme.
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For many reasons, the ACO’s most recent show The Reef was an artistic experience like no other in all my years of concert-going. It is difficult even categorising the event: an orchestral concert with accompanying video footage? A film with live soundtrack? Neither does full justice to the nature of the project.
****1
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