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Work: Double Concerto in A minor for Violin, Cello and Orchestra, Op.102

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ComposerBrahms, Johannes (1833-1897)
PeriodRomantic
Work typeOrchestral
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AmsterdamEmmanuel Tjeknavorian and Kian Soltani: Brahms' Double Concerto

© Matteo Juventino
Larcher, Brahms, Strauss R.
Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra; Markus Poschner; Emmanuel Tjeknavorian; Kian Soltani

LucerneWest-Eastern Divan Orchestra & Daniel Barenboim

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West-Eastern Divan Orchestra; Daniel Barenboim; Michael Barenboim; Kian Soltani

LinzTzigane & Staatskapelle Weimar

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Staatskapelle Weimar; Eugene Tzigane; Benjamin Beilman; Narek Hakhnazaryan
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Västerås Sinfonietta unleashes nature and embraces joy at Kings Place

Västerås Sinfonietta © Jonas Bilberg
An uplifting performance by the Swedish orchestra takes us on a journey from the Isle of Staffa to Bohemian forests via the Carpathian Mountains in the venue's Nature Unwrapped season. 
*****
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Beyond the chamber: the ACO takes on Brahms and Dvořák

Richard Tognetti © Gary Heery
The expanded forces of the ACO take on two major nineteenth-century symphonic works by Dvorak and Brahms, prefaced by world and Australian premieres of pieces by Andrew Ford and Andrew Norman
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Gewandhaus rules! Leipzig Week begins in Boston

Leonidas Kavakos and Gautier Capuçon with the Leipzig Gewandhausorchester © Robert Torres
Andris Nelsons conducts his "other" orchestra in Boston in a classic program of Brahms and Schubert. 
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A remarkable, long-overdue debut at Carnegie Hall

Kirill Petrenko © Wilfried Hösl
Kirill Petrenko paid attention to details that many times get lost.
*****
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RSNO gives Wolfgang Rihm première

Jan Vogler © Jim Rakete
Rihm is probably Germany’s most famous living composer, and he has a reputation for cerebral intellectualism in his music. That’s admirable, but it doesn’t make him approachable. 
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