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LondonLSO/Wilson: Letters from America

© Sim Canetty-Clarke
Barber, Weill, Gershwin, Copland
London Symphony Orchestra; John Wilson; James Ehnes

PragueJakub Hrůša conducts Janáček, Suk & Smetana

© Petr Kadlec
Janáček, Suk, Smetana
Czech Philharmonic; Jakub Hrůša; Jan Mráček

GenevaMendelssohn, Messiaen, Ravel

Mendelssohn, Messiaen, Ravel
Mendelssohn, Messiaen, Ravel
Orchestre de la Suisse Romande; Jonathan Nott; Francesco Piemontesi

LausanneMendelssohn, Messiaen, Ravel

Mendelssohn, Messiaen, Ravel
Mendelssohn, Messiaen, Ravel
Orchestre de la Suisse Romande; Jonathan Nott; Francesco Piemontesi
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Riotous American repertoire from the Hallé

Cristian Măcelaru © Adriane White
Cristian Măcelaru conducts The Hallé in music by Copland, Bernstein and Gershwin, plus his own arrangement of Jake Heggie's Moby Dick.
****1
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Some gems and revelations in the NSO's “dance” program

Gianandrea Noseda © Sussie Ahlburg
A major work going well beyond tango by Astor Piazzolla and a fresh introduction to African-American composer Florence Price highlight a concert that tries a bit too hard to please
***11
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Impassioned musicianship at Snape's “Britten and Russia” weekend

Alban Gerhardt, Jac van Steen and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales © Snape Maltings
Britten's Cello Symphony and a no-holds-barred account of Shostakovich’s mighty Tenth Symphony at Snape Maltings
****1
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Creation on the quick: masterpieces composed in a hurry from the Saint Paul CO

Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra © Ash & James Photography (2015)
Delivering winsome interpretations along with precision ensemble, the "conductorless" SPCO presents two youthful Schubert and Britten masterpieces that were created by their composers in mere days.
****1
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Elegiac, violent, purposeful Shostakovich 11

Vladimir Jurowski © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Alina Ibragimova plays with skill but insufficient sound to fill the Royal Albert Hall; Vladimir Jurowski and the LPO blow the roof off with Shostakovich's account of the Revolution of 1905.
****1
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Bartoli and Jaroussky enchant at Wigmore Hall

Cecilia Bartoli © Uli Weber | Decca
Considering how rarely celebrated diva Cecilia Bartoli appears in London, Wigmore Hall certainly pulled off a coup by making her duo concert with Philippe Jaroussky happen.
****1
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