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StockholmLindberg, Byström, Tomasi, Bozza

Lindberg, Byström, Tomasi, Bozza
Lindberg, Byström, Tomasi, Bozza
Trombone section of Royal Stockholm Philharmonic

LondonLunchtime Concert - Concertos for clarinet and saxophone played by Victoria Samek

Lunchtime Concert - Concertos for clarinet and saxophone played by Victoria Samek
Stanford, Roberts, Arnold
Tom Rodda; Band of the Royal Air Force Regiment; Victoria Samek

LondonAfternoon Concert - Royal Greenwich Brass Band

Afternoon Concert - Royal Greenwich Brass Band
Curnow, Lloyd, Traditional American, Graham
Stephen Maw; Royal Greenwich Brass Band

NorrköpingOpen Dress Rehearsal

Open Dress Rehearsal
Musgrave, Bennett
Norrköping Symphony Orchestra; Dalia Stasevska; Ellen Nisbeth; Hannah Holgersson

LondonLunchtime Concert Celebrating the Centenary of Wilfred Heaton 1918 - 2000

Lunchtime Concert Celebrating the Centenary of Wilfred Heaton 1918 - 2000
Heaton
John Ward (conductor); Fulham Brass Band; Tom Nielsen

StockholmNorrköping Symphony Orchestra play Musgrave

Norrköping Symphony Orchestra play Musgrave
Musgrave, Bennett
Norrköping Symphony Orchestra; Dalia Stasevska; Ellen Nisbeth; Hannah Holgersson
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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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British Classics with a difference

Roderick Williams © Benjamin Ealovega
A pleasant afternoon's entertainment with grand sweeps and some beautiful singing by Roderick Williams.
***11
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Portents of Heaven: Gabrieli, Bach and Mahler in Oslo

Camilla Tilling © Camilla Tilling
The Oslo Philharmonic played finely tuned Gabrieli and virtuosic Bach, finishing with a surprisingly sinister performance of Mahler's Fourth Symphony.
***11
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Playing a long game: Andris Nelsons' Birmingham Bruckner

Andris Nelsons © Marco Borggreve
The CBSO's former music director returns to his old stomping ground for a programme that mixed a Romantic staple with an austere 20th-century work.  
****1
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