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Work: Symphony no. 2 in D major, Op.43

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ComposerSibelius, Jean (1865-1957)
Period20th century
Work typeOrchestral
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SingaporeYeol Eum Son Plays Mozart

Weber, Mozart, Sibelius
Singapore Symphony Orchestra; Vasily Petrenko; Yeol Eum Son

MonacoConcert au Palais Princier, no. 2

Sibelius, Grieg
Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo; Dalia Stasevska; Jan Lisiecki

LondonProm 34: Thorvaldsdottir, Elgar and Sibelius

BBC Proms
Thorvaldsdottir, Elgar, Sibelius
BBC Philharmonic; Eva Ollikainen; Kian Soltani

AmsterdamStravinsky, Sibelius and Otto Ketting

Het Concertgebouw
Ketting, Stravinsky, Sibelius
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest; Hannu Lintu; Ilya Gringolts

SheffieldThe Brigantes Orchestra: Symphonic Landscapes

Fenby, Mendelssohn, Sibelius
The Brigantes Orchestra; Quentin Clare; Lisa Jacobs
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From desolation to triumph: Mäkelä’s Vienna Sibelius cycle continues

Bleak landscapes in the Fourth Symphony as the Oslo Philharmonic’s Sibelius cycle continues at the Wiener Konzerthaus.
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Seattle Symphony premieres Angélica Negrón's Color Shape Transmission

Something new, something seasoned and something always refreshing characterized the Seattle Symphony's latest program at Benaroya Hall.
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Intense drama from the RSNO, Thomas Søndergård and Catriona Morison

Intensely dramatic Berlioz with mezzo Catriona Morison with the RSNO and Thomas Søndergård, framed by Bert Sørensen’s vivid Evening Land and a sparklingly fresh Sibelius 2.

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Nourishing Nordic sandwich with Schumann filling from the LPO

Jan Lisiecki joins the LPO for Schumann's Piano Concerto, the centrepiece between works by Grieg and Sibelius.
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Confounding expectations: Richard Farnes, Noa Wildschut and the RPO

How do you like your Tchaikovsky and Sibelius? Great music admits of several approaches, often challenging traditional views. Noa Wildschut's violin and the RPO under Richard Farnes show why expectations are not always met.
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