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Work: Romanian Folk Dances, Sz. 68

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ComposerBartók, Béla (1881-1945)
Period20th century
Work typeOrchestral
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BambergOur cellists dance

© Peter Eberts
Strauss II, Tchaikovsky, Bartók, Popper, Grieg, Bizet
Indrek Leivategija; Nikola Jovanovic; Lucie de Roos; Eduard Resatsch

ParisGautier Capuçon & Orchestre de chambre de Paris

Brahms, Fauré, Tchaikovsky, Popper, Debussy, Prokofiev, Elgar, Albinoni, Ducros, Pärt, Monti, Satie, Bartók, Chen, Piazzolla, Paganini
Orchestre de chambre de Paris; Gautier Capuçon; Jérôme Ducros
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Spirit of the dance in al fresco Istanbul Music Festival opener

Emre Engin © Istanbul Music Festival
Rustling trees, wandering cats and a laconic golden retriever grace the Tekfen Philharmonic Orchestra's festival opening concert.
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Budapest Festival Orchestra plays away in Ravenna

Iván Fischer © Zani-Casadio
After its Covid-19 “Quarantine soirées”, the Budapest Festival Orchestra celebrates the end of lockdown by taking on a two-concert international tour!
***11
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Scottish Ensemble’s adventures in music for a winter’s night

Scottish Ensemble at St John's Kirk (2015) © Fraser Band

A deeply soulful musical adventure for a winter’s night from the Scottish Ensemble to celebrate their 50th anniversary

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Mostly Mozart: Bartók, Vivaldi and... Scandinavian folk music?

Pekka Kuusisto and the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra © Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
The idea of reframing a warhorse of the classical repertory isn't a bad one. Theatre and opera goers have their modern-dress versions of Shakespeare and Mozart. Why not try it with Vivaldi?
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Astonishing Bartók from the BFO at Carnegie Hall

Iván Fischer © Jennifer Taylor
In a program devoted to Béla Bartók, the visitors from Hungary conveyed both a distinct uniqueness of their heritage as well as a possibility of music as a tool for communication and understanding.
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