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ComposerPiazzolla, Astor (1921-1992)
Period20th century
Work typeChamber
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LondonLunchtime Recital - Duo Furioso - Helena Švigelj & Urška Horvat (cellos)

Lunchtime Recital - Duo Furioso - Helena Švigelj & Urška Horvat (cellos)
Barrière, Popper, Offenbach, Piazzolla
Duo Furioso; Helena Švigelj; Urska Horvat

GothenburgMoon and Sun

Piazzolla, Bjarnason, Schwendinger, Schoenberg
Terje Skomedal; Antonio Hallongren; Thomas Rudberg

RavelloContaminations XII: A touch of Latin

Contaminations XII: A touch of Latin
Gardel, Bacalov, Ginastera, Piazzolla
Mattia Mistrangelo, Piano

StockholmTenthing Brass Ensemble

Tenthing Brass Ensemble
Grieg, Albéniz, Vivaldi, Handel, Mozart, Bernstein, Tchaikovsky, Saeverud, Piazzolla, Bizet
Tine Thing Helseth; tenThing

LucerneNYE Concert with Vesselina Kasarova and Richard Galliano

Offenbach, Donaudy, Piazzolla, Galliano, D'Arienzo, Traditional, Rossini, Capua, Tosti
Zurich Chamber Orchestra; Vesselina Kasarova; Richard Galliano; Willi Zimmermann
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Prague Spring's Spanish heart

Jaime Martín © Pražské jaro | Zdeněk Chrapek
A four-year sojourn is brought to a brilliant finish by Orquestra de Cadaqués.
****1
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Engaging English entertainment

Jennifer Pike © Tom Barnes
Serebrier and the ECO deliver fine performances of Haydn, Beethoven and Vaughan Williams.  
****1
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Trondheim Soloists: sweepingBartók and Britten

The Norwegian string ensemble enthuse the audience at Leeds Town Hall with Bartók's Divertimento for String Orchestra and Britten's Variations on a theme of Frank Bridge.
****1
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Gould and Sidorova's Late Night Classical Café delights

The youthful duo, British Violinist Thomas Gould and Latvian accordionist Ksenija Sidorova took to the stage at the intimate St George’s Concert Hall for a more relaxed ‘Late Night Classical Café’.
****1
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The other face of Schrott: Rojotango at the Budapest Spring Festival

A velvet-smooth bass-baritone voice, matinee idol looks and magnetic stage presence have made Erwin Schrott into one of opera’s big international stars. Last night, however, festivalgoers at Budapest’s Comedy Theatre saw him excel in a very different musical form: the Argentinian tango music whose leading composer was Astor Piazzolla.
*****
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