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Work: Symphony no. 7 in C major, Op.105

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ComposerSibelius, Jean (1865-1957)
Period20th century
Year1924
Work typeOrchestral
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LondonKavakos premieres Unsuk Chin's Violin Concerto no.2

London Symphony Orchestra
Chin, Sibelius, Bartók
London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Simon Rattle; Leonidas Kavakos

BarcelonaOrfeó Català, OBC & Helsing

Saariaho, Vivancos, Sibelius
Orquestra Simfònica de Barcelona i Nacional de Catalunya; Anna-Maria Helsing; Nuria Rial; Orfeó Català

LondonSibelius & Bartók

London Symphony Orchestra
Berlioz, Kendall, Sibelius, Bartók, Ravel
London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Simon Rattle

LiverpoolThe Lark Ascending

Schubert, Mahler, Vaughan Williams, Sibelius
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Mihhail Gerts; Roderick Williams

LondonJoshua Bell plays Dvořák

Sibelius, Dvořák, Beethoven
Philharmonia Orchestra; Paavo Järvi; Joshua Bell
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Grande Finale 4: Oramo and the RSPO conclude a majestic Sibelius cycle

In between the two symphonies, there was an extra Sibelius item, and this time it was a novelty.
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Denis Kozhukhin plays a joyous Emperor with the LPO

Robin Ticciati conducts a reflective account of Sibelius' Seventh Symphony, recorded behind closed doors at the Royal Festival Hall.
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Boris Giltburg scores with double Shostakovich in Malmö

Not one, but two piano concertos in the Malmö Live Konsertsalen, with a Finnish filling in Patrik Ringborg's Shostakovich sandwich.
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Esa-Pekka Salonen pairs Sibelius' last two symphonies in his concert with the Orchestre de Paris
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Mäkelä shapes Sibelius persuasively in Stockholm’s Berwaldhallen

Mäkelä brought out the harmonic inventiveness and the unexpected lyrical character of the music. 
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