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Work: The Creatures of Prometheus, Op.43: Overture

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ComposerBeethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827)
Work typeOrchestral
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BambergChristoph Eschenbach conducts Beethoven

Beethoven, Penderecki
Bamberg Symphony; Christoph Eschenbach; Stathis Karapanos

Santa Cruz de TenerifeMendelssohn & Franck

Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Franck
Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife; Chloé van Soeterstède; Rosanne Philippens

ParisMuzā Rubackytē et l'Orchestre de la Garde républicaine – Beethoven, Liszt & Schubert

Beethoven, Liszt, Schubert
Orchestre symphonique de la Garde républicaine; Sébastien Billard; Muzā Rubackytē

ParisGrèce mythique

Beethoven, Saint-Saëns, Holmès, Ginastera
Orchestre Pasdeloup; Eleni Papakyriakou; François Dumont; Glass Marcano

BrusselsLise de la Salle & Beethoven / Schubert 4

Beethoven, Schubert
Belgian National Orchestra; James Feddeck; Lise de la Salle
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West-Eastern Divan Orchestra shows its stars at the Salzburg Festival

Daniel Barenboim offered an unusually Germanic take on César Franck, while section leaders Michael Barenboim and Kian Soltani pulled double duty as soloists in Brahms' Double Concerto.
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The Boston Symphony Orchestra rejoins Tanglewood

Emanuel Ax joins Nelsons and the BSO for Beethoven's big fives to re-open live music at Tanglewood.
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Columbus Symphony closes season with an uplifting Jupiter

The Columbus Symphony’s final performance of the season offered a very fine Jupiter along with works of Beethoven and Stravinsky.
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Spirit of the dance in al fresco Istanbul Music Festival opener

Rustling trees, wandering cats and a laconic golden retriever grace the Tekfen Philharmonic Orchestra's festival opening concert.
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Two “Firsts” as Beethoven opens the Pärnu Music Festival

While Kalle Randalu proves an amiable soloist in the First Piano Concerto, it is Beethoven the firebrand who startles in Paavo Järvi's account of the First Symphony with the Tallinn Chamber Orchestra.
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