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Work: Violin Concerto in D major, Op.61

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ComposerBeethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827)
PeriodRomantic
Work typeOrchestral
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AmsterdamConcertgebouworkest Young: Dvořák's Symphony no. 9

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Concertgebouworkest Young; Gustavo Gimeno; Isabelle Faust

GstaadBeethoven 250 Bomsori Kim, Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra & Alain Altinoglu

Menuhin Festival Gstaad
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Frankfurt Radio Symphony; Alain Altinoglu; Bomsori Kim; Chen Reiss

TokyoChief Conductor Fabio Luisi Inauguration Concert III

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NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo; Fabio Luisi; James Ehnes

PragueSeason Opening Concerts

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Czech Philharmonic; Semyon Bychkov; Lisa Batiashvili

BratislavaBeethoven, Strauss

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A satisfying “Pocket” Beethoven in a Brooklyn cemetery

Death of Classical’s presentation of Gil Shaham and The Knights playing a “Pocket Edition” of Beethoven’s Violin Concerto at Green-Wood Cemetery strove for a festive feel, and did admirably at fulfilling that promise
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