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Work: Piano Concerto no. 20 in D minor, K466

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ComposerMozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791)
PeriodClassical
Year1785
Work typeOrchestral
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AmsterdamYuja Wang & Valery Gergiev: Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 20

© Simon van Boxtel
Mozart, Schubert
Munich Philharmonic Orchestra; Valery Gergiev; Yuja Wang

CopenhagenSøndergård & Sibelius

Sibelius, Mozart
Danish National Symphony Orchestra; Thomas Søndergård; Kirill Gerstein

ParisHélène Grimaud plays Mozart

Beethoven, Mozart
Camerata Salzburg; Hélène Grimaud

ValenciaJosé Iturbi 125

José Iturbi 125
Mozart, Falla
Orquesta de Valencia; Josep Vicent; Joaquín Achúcarro

TokyoMitsuko Uchida with Mahler Chamber Orchestra Japan Tour 2020

© Suntory Hall
Mozart, Widmann
Mahler Chamber Orchestra; Dame Mitsuko Uchida
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Outstanding concert by Montero, Martín and the RTÉ NSO

Gabriela Montero © Shelley Mosman
New chief conductor Jaime Martín proved to be on fire getting the best from the RTÉ NSO in tonight's works by Mendelssohn, Mozart and Beethoven, while Venezuelan pianist Gabriela Montero delights with her musicianship and improvisation.
*****
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Catherine wheels of fire and energy from Aurora Orchestra and Collon

Ronald Brautigam © Marco Borggreve
Nicholas Collon decides that Mendelssohn is really a very revolutionary composer, while Amy Dickson's saxophone and Ronald Brautigam in Mozart provide vibrant contrasts.
****1
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Mozart and Brahms shine in a bold, romantic glow

Louis Langrée conducts the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra © Kevin Yatarola, courtesy of Lincoln Center
Romanticized but highly enjoyable Mozart performances, monumental Brahms, but more gusto than tenderness characterized the program.
****1
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A Mozart showcase for two young pianists at Müpa, Budapest

Krisztián Kocsis © Luca Kende
The Ferenc Liszt Chamber Orchestra showcased two very promising young Hungarian pianists, Krisztián Kocsis and Ádám Balogh, at Müpa.
****1
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A world première and standard repertoire

Edo de Waart © Jesse Willems
An able interpreter of the Romantic repertoire, Emanuel Ax has an innate elegance of tone and gesture that make him an ideal interpreter of Mozart's D minor Concerto.
***11
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