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LondonAmerican & Canadian Sounds - Concert 1

Ichmouratov, Rachmaninov, Fauré, Brahms
Airat Ichmouratov; Stéphane Tétrault; Jean-Philippe Sylvestre

LondonZlatomir Fung, Benjamin Hochman

Wigmore Hall
Shaporin, Sokolov, Ornstein, Glazunov, Shostakovich
Zlatomir Fung; Benjamin Hochman

LondonAngela Brownridge = Piano Recital

Bach C.P.E., Debussy, Chopin
Angela Brownridge, Piano

ManchesterHallé St Peter's Chamber Series - Portrait of Tabakova

Dowland, Tabakova, Martinů
Musicians from the Hallé, Various instruments

BudapestThierry Escaich and Concerto Budapest

Wavemaker Hungary - MUPA
Escaich, Franck
Concerto Budapest; Gábor Káli; Thierry Escaich

AmsterdamSinfonia Rotterdam & Artyom Dervoed

Het Concertgebouw
Rodrigo, García Abril, Dvořák
Sinfonia Rotterdam; Conrad van Alphen; Artyom Dervoed
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Yamada and the CBSO prove there is life to be found on other planets

Kazuki Yamada returns to the CBSO with an ever-popular orchestral suite, an under-appreciated concerto, and a fabulous pianist in Alexandre Kantorow to play it. 

*****
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The First and Second Viennese Schools in one: Uchida and the Mahler CO

Dame Mitsuko Uchida demonstrates why she is one of today's greatest Mozartians, while her MCO players give a virtuoso account of a work steeped in the Viennese tradition.
****1
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Championing Saint-Saëns with style: Emelyanychev, Isserlis and the OAE

The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment dip into the late Romantic period to make the case for more Saint-Saëns in this rip-roaring concert under Russian conductor Maxim Emelyanychev.
*****
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Dazzling Tippett from Steven Osborne and the London Philharmonic

Edward Gardner and the LPO offer powerful Elgar and luscious Coleridge-Taylor in their “Three Britons” programme at the Royal Festival Hall.
****1
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Clarity and delicacy in Mao Fujita’s Carnegie Hall main stage debut

The Japanese pianist brings his own perspectives to less frequently played works, including his trademark Mozart. 
****1
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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. 
***11
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