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Work: Symphony no. 45 in F sharp minor "Farewell”

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ComposerHaydn, Joseph (1732-1809)
Work typeOrchestral
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Amsterdam'Nachtmusik' with Alexei Ogrintchouk

© Eduardus Lee
Mozart, Schnittke, Haydn
Alexei Ogrintchouk; Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra

MadridOrquesta de la Comunidad de Madrid: Concierto II

Orquesta de la Comunidad de Madrid: Concierto II
Elgar, Britten, Beethoven, Haydn
Orquesta de la Comunidad de Madrid; Christian Zacharias; Raquel Lojendio

BambergAdam Fischer conducts Haydn and Bartok

Haydn, Bartók
Bamberg Symphony; Ádám Fischer; Miklós Sebestyén; Ruxandra Donose

BarcelonaHaydn, un viaje sinfónico

Haydn, un viaje sinfónico
Gulda, Haydn
Orquestra Simfònica del Vallès; Víctor Pablo Pérez; Arnau Tomàs

LucerneFestival Strings Lucerne

Bach, Shostakovich, Haydn
Daniel Dodds; Festival Strings Lucerne; Dominik Fischer; Valentine Ruffieux
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Playful, creative and joyous: Pekka Kuusisto directs the SCO

Pekka Kuusisto © Kaapo Kamu

Pekka Kuusisto’s direction of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra is playful, creative and joyous in a mixed programme from Biber to Bartók, Haydn to Messiaen wrapped round with Ravel.

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A pioneering spirit: Rattle’s imaginary journey through Haydn

Sir Simon Rattle © Sebastian Hanel
Sir Simon Rattle steers the LSO through a sequence of Haydn’s most forward-looking pieces while Denis Kozhukhin, as a late stand-in, is immense in Bartók’s Second Piano Concerto.
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Manchester Camerata at the RNCM

Manchester Camerata’s series of Mozart concertos, an ongoing theme in their 40th anniversary season, came to a close with pianist Ferenc Rados joining fellow Hungarian Gábor Takács-Nagy for a superb account of the Piano Concerto no. 15 at the Royal Northern College of Music.The broader theme of the evening, though, was movement, and two modern works began proceedings to fascinating effect.
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Welsh Sinfonia present an afternoon musical feast

For the few of us who chose not to spend the warm afternoon picnicking in the park, instead we enjoyed the cool art deco interior of Cardiff’s Temple of Peace while watching the sunlight streaming in through the full-length windows. The Welsh Sinfonia’s light programme was framed by two Classical symphonies and the event was preceded by free tea and cake.

Ein Land geht, die Musik bleibt: Brexit-Konzert in Brüssel

Nicolas Altstaedt und Ian Bostridge © Alexandra Bertels
Altstaedt, Bostridge und das Aurora Orchestra nehmen den Brexit zum Anlass für ein nachdenkliches, starkes Konzert-Statement.
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