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Work: Ophelia Lieder (Ophelia Songs)

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ComposerBrahms, Johannes (1833-1897)
PeriodRomantic
Work typeVocal
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BonnNocturne IV

Nocturne IV
Schumann C., Brahms, Kirchner, Schumann
Anna Lucia Richter; Schumann Quartet

BarcelonaMagdalena Kožená & Sir Simon Rattle

Magdalena Kožená & Sir Simon Rattle
Chausson, Stravinsky, Ravel, Strauss R., Brahms, Janáček
Magdalena Kožená; Sir Simon Rattle; Giovanni Guzzo; Rahel Rilling
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Anna Prohaska becomes Ophelia in Amsterdam

In a thoroughly riveting recital at the Concertgebouw, soprano Anna Prohaska probes Ophelia’s psyche through songs from the nineteenth century onwards.
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"I'm in love with Vienna": Renée Fleming and friends at Carnegie Hall

For the last concert of her Perspectives series at Carnegie Hall, Renée Fleming assembled one of the least coherent concept programmes imaginable. Billed as “Vienna: Window to Modernity”, it was never clear what was specifically Viennese about the music on show, nor what was particularly modern, nor what windows had to do with anything.
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London Sinfonietta Remix Old and New

The London Sinfonietta presented a fascinatingly diverse programme for this concert, one of three themed ‘Remix’ evenings at King’s Place in collaboration with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. Both ensembles are renowned for their expertise in music of a particular period, but this evening the stylistic boundaries were rather more blurred.