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Work: Piano Concerto no. 4 in G minor, Op.40

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ComposerRachmaninov, Sergei (1873-1943)
Period20th century
Year1926
Work typeOrchestral
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BadajozPasión y virtuosismo

Pasión y virtuosismo
Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky
Orquesta de Extremadura; Álvaro Albiach; Varvara Nepomnyashchaya

Villanueva de la SerenaPasión y virtuosismo

Pasión y virtuosismo
Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky
Orquesta de Extremadura; Álvaro Albiach; Varvara Nepomnyashchaya
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Lorenzo Viotti makes a strong impression in Cleveland Orchestra debut

Yuja Wang © Julia Wesely
Piano icon Yuja Wang was an often self-effacing yet effective soloist in Rachmaninov’s neglected Piano Concerto no. 4. Poulenc’s 1948 Sinfonietta received its first Cleveland Orchestra performance since its 1949 US premiere here.
***11
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Rachmaninov gets a hammering in Paris

Denis Matsuev © Columbia Artists
Despite wonderful contributions from Stanislav Kochanovsky and the Orchestre de Paris, a disappointing opening to the Philharmonie's Rachmaninov Weekend. 
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Dmitriev brings a taste of St Petersburg to London

Alexander Dmitriev © St Petersburg Symphony Orchestra
Alexander Dmitriev and the St Petersburg Symphony Orchestra paraded passionate and colourful Tchaikovsky, while the masterful Peter Donohoe gave a potent and intricate Rachmaninov.
****1
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Leif Ove Andsnes unleashes Nordic magic

Leif Ove Andsnes © Özgür Albayrak
Paavo Järvi joined artist-in-residence Leif Ove Andsnes and the musicians of the New York Philharmonic for Rachmaninov, Salonen and Sibelius.
****1
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Winding up the decibel meter in Shostakovich

Vasily Petrenko conducts the Oslo Philharmonic © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
There could hardly be a noisier way to commemorate the centenary of the Russian Revolution than a performance of Dmitri Shostakovich's mighty Twelfth Symphony.
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