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Work: Sinfonietta, Op.60

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ComposerJanáček, Leoš (1854-1928)
Period20th century
Work typeOrchestral
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MontrealAlban Gerhardt and Dvořák Famous Cello Concerto

Dvořák, Lutosławski, Janáček
Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal; Hannu Lintu; Alban Gerhardt

MadridCiclo sinfónico: Adiós a las armas

Ciclo sinfónico: Adiós a las armas
Walton, Elgar, Janáček
Orquesta Nacional de España; Juanjo Mena; Asier Polo

PragueSpecial New Year’s Eve Dress Rehearsal

Dvořák, Suk, Smetana, Janáček
Unknown; Jakub Hrůša

PragueNew Year’s Eve Afternoon Concert

Dvořák, Suk, Smetana, Janáček
Unknown; Jakub Hrůša

PragueNew Year’s Concert

Dvořák, Suk, Smetana, Janáček
Unknown; Jakub Hrůša
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A celebration of Czech musical defiance from the LPO

Borodin Quartet © Simon Van Boxtel
In a typically ambitious programme, Vladimir Jurowski and the London Philharmonic Orchestra explored how four Czech composers responded to imprisonment, exile and renewal.
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Something special in the air: Rattle and the LSO

Sir Simon Rattle © Mark Allan | Barbican
Festive Janáček and energetically fresh Sibelius from Rattle and the LSO, with impressive focus and intensity from Janine Jansen in Szymanowski's sensuous Violin Concerto no. 1.
*****
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The Bohemians and Britten: Simon Rattle/LSO

Allan Clayton, Elizabeth Watts, Simon Rattle, Alice Coote and the LSO © Doug Peters | PA Wire
There was a tingle to this concert, as if musicians and audience alike saw clearly for the first time what riches lie ahead.
****1
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Rattle and the LSO make their Edinburgh Festival debut together

Sir Simon Rattle rehearsing with the LSO © Ryan Buchanan
Rattle excels in Dvořák and Janáček, but his rehabilitation of Bernstein stalls.
****1
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A proud, cataclysmic conclusion at Prague Spring

James Judd © Prague Spring | Petra Hajská
The venerable festival recaps and renews 100 years of Czechoslovak music with an outsized flourish from Slovak Philharmonic.
****1
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