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Work: Silent Woods, Op.68 no.5

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ComposerDvořák, Antonín (1841-1904)
Work typeChamber
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AmsterdamNational Cello Competition Winner Eline Hensels plays Dvořák

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Dvořák, Tchaikovsky
Nederlands Symfonieorkest; Elim Chan; Eline Hensels

LondonJack Liebeck & Friends

Jack Liebeck & Friends
Schumann, Clarke, Dvořák, Lange, Elgar
Jack Liebeck, Violin

SouthamptonVästerås Sinfonietta

Mendelssohn, Tarrodi, Ligeti, Dvořák, Brahms
Simon Crawford-Phillips; Västerås Sinfonietta; Lawrence Power; Paul Watkins
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Hough and Isserlis in a heavyweight programme at Wigmore Hall

Steven Isserlis © Joanna Bergin

The opening of Stephen Hough's Brahms residency at Wigmore Hall has mixed results. 

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Bell and Isserlis deliver on the Brahms Double

 This 19th century romantic programme promised much, with familiar and rare works by Beethoven, Brahms, Dvořák and Schumann. Could the great orchestra and soloists meet our high expectations?
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Thrilling Beethoven 5 in Auckland

An evening of Adagio cello concertante works in Auckland was enlivened by a stirring Beethoven Fifth. 
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Raphael Wallfisch: the Czech connection

Two individually strong musical components met in this Czech field trip, but will they connect to form something new?
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Through the Eyes of the Cello: Music Revisited

Each piece in Nicolas Alstaedt and José Gallardo's programme was re-imagined for the cello as a direct response to existing musical material. The original music either came from a different genre, or was composed for a different instrument. Four significant works in the cello repertoire emerged.