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Work: Syrinx

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ComposerDebussy, Claude (1862-1918)
Period20th century
Work typeInstrumental
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Stuttgart4. Sinfoniekonzert

Debussy, Varèse, Ravel, Koechlin
Staatsorchester Stuttgart; Duncan Ward; Rachael Wilson

LondonLucie Horsch, Thomas Dunford

Castello, Dowland, Dieupart, Debussy, Philidor, Marais, Couperin, van Eyck, Ortiz, Dalza
Lucie Horsch; Thomas Dunford

ParisAndré Jolivet

Debussy, Varèse, Jolivet
Marine Perez; Manuel Vioque-Judde; Emmanuelle Bertrand; Sylvain Blassel

HuddersfieldA Deux Duo

Debussy, Grandjany, Saint-Saëns, Chaminade, Ibert, Cras, Borne
A deux Duo, Flute
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Barbara Hannigan makes NYC conducting debut at Juilliard

Barbara Hannigan conducts the Juilliard Orchestra © Rachel Papo
The celebrated soprano leads the students of the Juilliard in an enjoyable concert that falters on the side of keeping an even keel.
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Mirga's Debussy Festival in Birmingham

Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla conducting the CBSO's Debussy Festival © Andrew Fox
With concerts and recitals imaginatively programmed, this second weekend in the CBSO's Debussy Festival was a model of how to make classical music accessible to the widest possible audience.

In Perth, a most seductive flute

Emmanuel Pahud © Josef Fischnaller
Emmanuel Pahud shows his fluting chops in a program accompanied by the popular and celebrated Australian Chamber Orchestra.
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Dazzling, radiant light: Turangalîla rounds off Philharmonia's Paris season

The Philharmonia Orchestra's Paris: City of Light 1900–1950 reaches its climax, where Debussy and Messiaen combine for a radiant, dazzling programme. Pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard crowns an emotionally intense Turangalîla-symphonie.
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Monster Messiaen Concludes CSO's "French Reveries and Passions" Festival

This final concert of a three-week festival of French music featured works by Debussy, Ravel, and Messiaen. In a clever bit of programming, the number of performers on stage grew from one flautist on the first piece to a symphony of over 100 for the last.
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