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Work: Symphony no. 1 in C minor, Op.68

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ComposerBrahms, Johannes (1833-1897)
PeriodRomantic
Work typeOrchestral
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PamplonaBrahms Fest

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Basque National Orchestra; Robert Trevino; Dmitri Makhtin; Alexey Stadler; Tom Borrow

San SebastiánBrahms Fest

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City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Cristian Măcelaru; Steven Osborne

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RomeMaxim Emelyanychev / Kian Soltani

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Technicolor Shostakovich and Brahms from the Munich Philharmonic

A full frontal assault by Valery Gergiev on Brahms' First Symphony and Shostakovich's First Cello Concerto in explosive performances.
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Zee Zee dazzles Hongkongers in Liszt's First Piano Concerto and the HK Phil excels in Brahms with Austrian conductor, Christoph Koncz.
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Magic in Mahler, balance in Brahms: Manfred Honeck in Stockholm

Peter Mattei excels in five songs by Mahler and Manfred Honeck guides the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra through an unruffled account of Brahms' First Symphony.
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Daniel Barenboim steps in to conduct Brahms at Berlin Philharmonie

Replacing Mikko Franck at short notice, Barenboim joins Yefim Bronfman for a revised, all-Brahms programme.
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A poet at work: Rafael Payare makes a positive impression in Montréal

Just named as Music Director Designate, the Venezuelan took to the helm in Montréal for a concert of Berlioz and Brahms. 
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