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LondonEcho Rising Stars: Noa Wildschut

Roukens, Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev
Noa Wildschut, Violin

VeniceLe Songe de Cléopâtre

Le Songe de Cléopâtre
Bonis, De Montgéroult, Jaëll, Farrenc, Chaminade
Ismaël Margain; Guillaume Bellom

New York CityBenjamin Hochman plays Mozart

Benjamin Hochman plays Mozart
Benjamin Hochman, Piano


Ji-Yong (Ji) Kim, Piano

Los AngelesMarvels from Eastern Europe

Bartók, Martinů, Janáček
Members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic

CrawleyRPO Miniatures: Harp, Flute & Cello

RPO Miniatures: Harp, Flute & Cello
Bach, Jongen, Takemitsu, Alwyn, Cassadó
Emer McDonough; Suzy Willison-Kawalec; Richard Harwood
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Beethoven keeps the flame burning

Esa-Pekka rehearses 1808 Reconstructed with the Philharmonia © Camilla Greenwell
Directed by Gerard McBurney, this concert recreated the marathon Akademie conducted by Beethoven in Vienna which saw the premieres of four major works. 
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Falletta and the BPO take a journey into the world of Florent Schmitt

JoAnn Falletta, Konrad Skolarski and the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra © Enid Bloch
JoAnn Falletta and the Buffalo Philharmonic take an exotic journey into the orientalist world of Florent Schmitt, while Konrad Skolarski thrills in Rachmaninov's Second Piano Concerto.
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Cosmic coolness: Hannu Lintu and the Boston Symphony Orchestra

Hannu Lintu © Hilary Scott
Pastoral repose and granitic grandeur in an awe-inspiring performance of Sibelius' Second Symphony. 
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The in-laws in Atlanta: Wagner and Liszt headline Villaume's program

Emmanuel Villaume, Andrew von Oeyen and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra © Jeff Roffman
In Atlanta, guest conductor Emmanuel Villaume and pianist Andrew von Oeyen powerfully perform a Liszt concerto.
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Juilliard 415 excels in French and Italian Baroque in Auckland

Juilliard 415 © Juilliard 415
In each brief and catchy excerpt, the ensemble played with infectious vitality and admirable precision.
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Edward Gardner impresses in Philadelphia debut

Edward Gardner © Benjamin Ealovega
Michael Daugherty’s Once Upon a Castle, composed in 2003, is the highlight of Edward Gardner's Philadelphia Orchestra debut.  
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