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A mesmerising harmony on stage made a lasting impression in one of Andris Nelsons's last Birmingham concerts.
Maestro Tilson Thomas led the San Francisco Symphony in a unique program that fell just short of expectations.
As part of their Autumn UK tour, Russia’s oldest symphony orchestra delivered Liadov, Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky, but failed to create a lasting impression.
The perky new conductor of the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Thomas Søndergård, made his second Proms outing with an exciting programme of contrasting works which kicked off with the first UK performance of Colin Matthews’ Turning Point.First performed by the Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra in 2006, Turning Point is an eighteen-minute work of considerable technical skill.
The WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln put its fate in the hands of the younger generation for this evening’s concert. Conductor Kazuki Yamada is only 34. The original violin soloist was to have been Lisa Batiashvili, but she pulled out and was replaced by the 22-year-old Serge Zimmermann.