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Work: Piano Quintet in E flat major, Op.44

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ComposerSchumann, Robert (1810-1856)
PeriodRomantic
Work typeChamber
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ViennaJulian Rachlin • Mischa Maisky

Schumann, Franck
Julian Rachlin; Sascha Maisky; Sarah McElravy; Mischa Maisky

ParisQuatuor Hagen – Kirill Gerstein

Beethoven, Bartók, Schumann
Hagen Quartet; Kirill Gerstein

LondonCastalian String Quartet; Cédric Tiberghien

Schumann, Brahms
Castalian String Quartet; Cédric Tiberghien

ToulouseAmours (création mondiale)

Mantovani, Schumann
Catherine Hunold; Quatuor Voce; Varduhi Yeritsyan

Graz6. Kammerkonzert

Schumann, Beethoven, Say
Fazıl Say; Minetti Quartet; Maria Ehmer; Anna Knopp
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A Lisbon line-up of Romantics

Jack Liebeck and Katya Apekisheva © Rita Carmo
Katya Apekisheva and friends made a persuasive case for Hummel's Piano Quintet to be heard as a transitional grand romantic concerto deserving of belonging in such august company.
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Ever-youthful Emanuel Ax celebrates his 70th birthday

Emanuel Ax © Lisa-Marie Mazzucco
Birthday concerts are strange things. If a hall is going to celebrate your birthday, you'd want to be in the audience and have some of your favourite musicians entertain you.
*****
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Proms at... Engaging invention from Shaw and joyous Schumann

Calidore String Quartet © Sophie Zhai
A strong platform for Caroline Shaw's abundantly inventive writing, followed by joyous and commanding Schumann from the Calidore String Quartet and Javier Perianes to launch the Proms at... Cadogan Hall season.   (Note: Please add First Essay: 'Nimrod' by Shaw to the programme list)
****1
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Intimate Schumann, delightful Mozart: ACO collaborates with Kristian Bezuidenhout

Richard Tognetti © Paul Henderson
One of the reasons why the programmes of the Australian Chamber Orchestra are both challenging and inspiring is because of the ensemble’s always interesting and thought-provoking approach to repertoire.
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Good hunting and friendly conversation

The Artemis Quartet © Nikolaj Lund
A well-balanced programme drew a large crowd to Wigmore Hall for a diet of high fibre Beethoven, crunchy Bartók and, joined by young Russian pianist Anna Vinnitskaya, Schumann’s delicious Piano Quintet.
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