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Work: Piano Concerto no. 4 in G major, Op.58

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ComposerBeethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827)
PeriodRomantic
Work typeOrchestral
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EdinburghSteven Osborne Plays Beethoven

Fennessy, Beethoven
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Sharon Roffman; Steven Osborne

GlasgowSteven Osborne Plays Beethoven

Fennessy, Beethoven
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Sharon Roffman; Steven Osborne

PooleDrama and Romance

Wagner, Beethoven, Dvořák
Case Scaglione; Federico Colli

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Wagner, Beethoven, Dvořák
Case Scaglione; Federico Colli

GenevaPromethee - Projet Beethoven

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Joseph-Maurice Weder; Ensemble Caméléon Amsterdam
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Echoes and pre-echoes: Sir Mark Elder and The Hallé at the Proms

At the Proms the splendour of Saint-Saëns’ Organ Symphony provides a contrast to but also a parallel with Beethoven’s Fourth Piano Concerto in a welcome visit by The Hallé and Sir Mark Elder with Benjamin Grosvenor.

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Best of summer: Blomstedt, Beethoven and The Cleveland Orchestra

At age 94, Herbert Blomstedt led a superb all-Beethoven concert with the Cleveland Orchestra at the Blossom Music Center, with Garrick Ohlsson an exemplary soloist in the Fourth Piano Concerto.
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Brabbins, Osborne and the Philharmonia at the top of their game

Martyn Brabbins and the Philharmonia contrast Richard Strauss' Viennese festivities with Britten's elegiac Death in Venice
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Sunwook Kim strong and delicate in Beethoven with the BSO

Sir Mark Elder judges Dvořák’s “New World” Symphony to perfection in a fine concert from Poole. 
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Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla and Eric Lu say “So long!” to winter in Stockholm

Beethoven's Fourth Piano Concerto is programmed with two works by composers esteemed in their era, but largely forgotten by concert goers over the past half-century. 
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