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February 2018
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LondonProphecy: Scottish Ensemble with Karen Cargill and Matthew Truscott

© Peter Dibdin Photography
Stravinsky, Haydn, Purcell, Berlioz
Matthew Truscott; Karen Cargill; Scottish Ensemble

HannoverDaniel Hope

© Harald Hoffmann
Gluck, Haydn, Mozart
Zurich Chamber Orchestra; Daniel Hope

LondonLunchtime Recital - Haeun Kim (cello) Linhan Sung (piano)

Lunchtime Recital - Haeun Kim (cello) Linhan Sung (piano)
Schubert, Schumann

Salt Lake CityBernstein at 100: Symphony No. 2 with Conrad Tao

Saint-Saëns, Bernstein
Utah Symphony Orchestra; Thierry Fischer; Conrad Tao

LondonRed Priest: Handel in the Wind

© Adam Summerhayes
Red Priest

StockholmSoup Concert: Gubaidulina & Prokofiev

Soup Concert: Gubaidulina & Prokofiev
Gubaidulina, Prokofiev
Gabriel Cornet; Tom Grimaud
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Isserlis and Melnikov bring Russian intensity to Wigmore Hall

Steven Isserlis © Kevin Davis
There was depth and intensity from Steven Isserlis and Alexander Melnikov in this intriguing programme of Russian cello sonatas from old hands and new brooms.
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From Naxos to Carthage: Ancient Classical Tales from Karen Cargill and the Scottish Ensemble

Karen Cargill © Ken Dundas
Mezzo soprano Karen Cargill and the Scottish Ensemble guest-led by Matthew Truscott in a programme of music from Purcell to Stravinsky all inspired by tales from Ancient Greece.
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Salonen revives Wing On Wing... and it flies!

Esa-Pekka Salonen © Clive Barda
Salonen's tribute to Gehry, Yasuhisa Toyota and Deborah Borda seems to come more from his brilliant visual palette than his emotional heart. 
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A Ravel rave in Boston

Jacques Lacombe © Fred Stucker
Maurice Ravel opened his 1928 tour of the United States conducting a series of concerts with the Boston Symphony featuring his own music.
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Hrůša on the verge of greatness?

Jakub Hrůša © V Krsul
How do you prepare a new production at a major opera house, then stroll across the Thames to lead a fine and distinctive Mahler Five? 
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A Mozart showcase for two young pianists at Müpa, Budapest

Krisztián Kocsis © Luca Kende
The Ferenc Liszt Chamber Orchestra showcased two very promising young Hungarian pianists, Krisztián Kocsis and Ádám Balogh, at Müpa.
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