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Work: How fair this spot (Zdes' khorosho), Op.21 no.7

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ComposerRachmaninov, Sergei (1873-1943)
Period20th century
Year1902
Work typeVocal
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In the limelight: the ROH Orchestra gets to shine on stage

Anita Rachvelishvili © Dario Acosta

Georgian mezzo Anita Rachvelishvili’s sequence of Rachmaninov songs were a highlight of an all-Russian programme conducted by Antonio Pappano.

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A diva debut: Anna Netrebko in recital at Carnegie Hall

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Netrebko put together a potpourri showcasting her immense vocal gifts as well as her versatility.
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Prom 62: An orchestral kaleidoscope from Petrenko and the RLPO

Miah Persson and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Vasily Petrenko and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra offer a stunning palette of orchestral colours in Elgar, Bell, Strauss, and Bartók.
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Scattering clouds: Ekaterina Semenchuk at Wigmore Hall

Ekaterina Semenchuk © Sheila Rock
Recitals of Russian song don't have to be suffocated with doom and gloom. Neither do they have to be built upon the works of Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov.
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Bychkov’s enraptures in Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov

Semyon Bychkov © Musacchio Ianniello
Semyon Bychkov continued to develop his noble synergy with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in exemplary Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov, although Kristine Opolais made for a tepid debut.
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