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LondonVivaldi’s Four Seasons by Candlelight

Vivaldi, Bach
The Piccadilly Sinfonietta; Warren Mailley-Smith; Charlotte Scott

StockholmChamber Concert with the RSPO Orchestra Academy

Perruchon, Smith, Rossini, Adobas Bayog, Haydn
Rafael Adobas Bayog; Martino Moruzzi; Ambroise Dojat; Blanca Eliasson

SevilleLa ROSS in camera 2

Enescu: String Octet in C major, Op.7
Alexa Farré Brandkamp; Branislav Sisel; Katarzyna Wróbel; Jill Renshaw

BrusselsFlanders Tour - Entartete Musik

Brussels Philharmonic
Mahler, Spoliansky, Schulhoff, Weill, Weber, Eisler, Bloch, Ullmann, Klein, Taube, Strauss
Bart Van Reyn; Vlaams Radiokoor; Estelle Lefort; Koenraad Sterckx; Musicians from the Brussels Philharmonic

OxfordOxford Philharmonic Orchestra: Beethoven and his Colleagues IV (Oxford Beethoven Festival)

Beethoven, Rolla
Natalia Lomeiko; Yuri Zhislin; Sasha Grynyuk

LondonAurora Orchestra with Cassie Kinoshi

Kendall, Members of SEED Ensemble, Adams, Kinoshi
Aurora Orchestra; Cassie Kinoshi; SEED Ensemble
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Two to tango: Gidon Kremer celebrates Piazzolla in Prague

With superb support from Kremerata Baltica and a smart set of soloists, Gidon Kremer continues a love affair that began 25 years ago.
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German Romanticism from Argerich, Cambreling and Symphoniker Hamburg

The octogenarian phenomenon that is Martha Argerich still has something different to say about Schumann's Piano Concerto, while Sylvain Cambreling adopts a bright and breezy approach to Schubert's Ninth Symphony.
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Sir Roger, over and out: Norrington bids a fond farewell with Haydn

After decades as a period instrument revolutionary, the 87-year old conductor bows out with “Dr Haydn's London Academy”, an entertaining recreation of concert-going in the 1790s.
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Jean Rondeau illuminates La Chaux-de-Fonds with “Melancholy Grace”

French harpsichordist Jean Rondeau’s showcase of late Renaissance music shines. 

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Outstanding chemistry: Leonidas Kavakos and Yuja Wang at Carnegie Hall

A first performance in Leonidas Kavakos' Perspectives series showcases his great partnership with Yuja Wang. 
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Something old, something new: Joyce DiDonato at the Barbican

Joyce DiDonato and Craig Terry present a wide-ranging exploration of isolation and reunion, from Baroque to jazz.
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