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ManchesterOrchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

Handel, Muffat
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment; Steven Devine; Ian Bostridge

BilbaoConciertos de cámara de la BOS

Jolivet, Nielsen, Hindemith, Farrenc
Conjuntos instrumentales de la BOS, Various instruments

StockholmRising Stars with Clarinet

Skoryk, Tarrodi, Kien, Górecki
Magnus Holmander; David Huang

LondonTragic Handelian figures: Les Talens Lyriques

Wigmore Hall
Handel, Corelli
Les Talens Lyriques; Christophe Rousset; Ambroisine Bré

LondonHagen Quartet

Wigmore Hall
Hagen Quartet

LondonAmerican & Canadian Sounds - Concert 1

Ichmouratov, Rachmaninov, Fauré, Brahms
Airat Ichmouratov; Stéphane Tétrault; Jean-Philippe Sylvestre
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“Must it be?” Beethoven and Shostakovich masterworks with Ensemble 360

Ensemble 360's string quartet explore the emotional depths from late Beethoven to Shostakovich via quirky Stravinsky. 
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Berlioz and Brahms brighten up the Tonhalle

The Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich plays Schoenberg's orchestration of Brahms' G minor Piano Quartet, while Antoine Tamestit joins the orchestra as wandering soloist in Berlioz' Harold in Italy

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A Dark Ride in a Floppy Machine: Colin Currie Quartet at Kings Place

Steve Reich and Julia Wolfe feature in Colin Currie Quartet's Full Dark Ride at London's Kings Place, to launch the “Sound Unwrapped” extravaganza. 
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A concert with a difference: Enrique Mazzola, Kinan Azmeh and the LPO

With the LPO it's always good to expect the unexpected. Two contemporary pieces including a vibrant clarinet concerto pave the way for a neglected Russian masterpiece.
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The Cleveland Orchestra brings a holy Mass to Carnegie Hall

Franz Welser-Möst creatively fused Schubert's “Unfinished” Symphony with Berg's Lyric Suite, before leading an opulent performance of Mass no. 6 in E flat Major.
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Felix Klieser dazzles in Glière's Horn Concerto with the BSO

Once more Kirill Karabits turned eastwards for inspiration and delivered persuasive renditions of two seldom heard works prefaced by a startlingly new work of arresting sonorities.
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