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PragueCzech Brass

Monteverdi, Scheidt, Michna, Capricornus, Charpentier, Schmelzer, Zelenka, Bach, Matoušek, Horká, Gemrot, Filas
Czech Brass; Robert Hugo; Jakub Tengler

CambridgeHarmoniemusik: From field to table

Mozart, Beethoven, Krommer
Academy of Ancient Music; Peter Whelan

SydneyVenice and Beyond: The Italian Baroque

Monteverdi, Gabrieli, Vivaldi, Corelli, Rebel
Sydney Symphony Orchestra; Benjamin Bayl
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Punch and passion from Gürzenich Orchester Köln

An exciting, though brief, world premiere and Schubert’s turbulent Fourth Symphony were given impressive readings by the Gürzenich Orchestra under Michael Sanderling, with Raphaela Gromes sensitive and passionate in Schumann.
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Style, vibrancy and vitality from John Wilson and the LSO

Celebration and infectious joy in Bennett and Gershwin, with silky textures and delicate precision in Ravel from John Wilson and the LSO.
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Full-bodied Beethoven from Yefim Bronfman and Fabien Gabel in Houston

Fabien Gabel and the Houston Symphony Orchestra present memorable Beethoven performances that are solidly in the Austro-German tradition.

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A magical moment in Prague

The Czech Philharmonic caps its Advent series with a fine showing of homegrown talent and a memorable Christmas gift.
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Tears for transience: Roderick Williams sings Butterworth

Its theme of the passing of everything from cherry blossom to opera houses made this a programme for the artistic perils of our time. 
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Riotous American repertoire from the Hallé

Cristian Măcelaru conducts The Hallé in music by Copland, Bernstein and Gershwin, plus his own arrangement of Jake Heggie's Moby Dick.
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