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PragueBennewitz Quartet

Czech Philharmonic
Bennewitz Quartet

BambergPercussion and Piano

Živković, Ravel, Koshinski, Bernstein
Jens Herz; Robert Cürlis; Holger Brust; Elsa Duplan

LuganoEnrico Dindo

Beethoven, Prokofiev, Rachmaninov
Enrico Dindo; Monica Cattarossi

SingaporeIntimate Moments

Leclair, Wieniawski, Rózsa, Glière, Schubert
Chan Yoong Han; Tian Zhao

StockholmStaern, Boulanger

Staern, Boulanger
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Cathrine Winnes; Anna Larsson

RotterdamRomeo and Juliet

Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra; Lahav Shani
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Raising a glass to greatness: Gürzenich's splendid Stravinsky marathon

The players gathered at the bar for a Scotch as the credits rolled. After three hours and twenty minutes of note-taking, I decided to follow suit.
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Brilliant Bach from Jane Glover and the Houston Symphony

The Houston Symphony showed the many sides of Bach in a festive performance over the Easter weekend.
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Troubled dreams from David Le Page and the Orchestra of the Swan

David Le Page's The Interpretation of Dreams did not, sadly, live up to the trailer. 
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Bach by arrangement: Houston Symphony under Esa-Pekka Salonen

Listening to arrangements of Bach is like Dostoevsky’s challenge not to think about polar bears. It’s best to put the Bach out of your thoughts, even if “the cursed thing will come to mind every minute.”
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Christof Loy’s Lonely Hearts Club at Oper Frankfurt

This is no Liederabend with singers taking their turn to file up to the piano. It’s a fully staged drama in which baritone Vladislav Sulimsky’s character reflects on his past loves and losses.
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Mozart, Paul Lewis and the miracle of the fortepiano

Lewis' playing on a thoroughly modern instrument was as if he was in awe at the miracle of what Mozart had done with a simple fortepiano.
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