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RomeArcadi Volodos in recital

Fondazione Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia
Brahms, Schubert
Arcadi Volodos, Piano

BudapestSchumann, Debussy, Kurtág, Ravel

Wavemaker Hungary - MUPA
Schumann, Debussy, Kurtág, Ravel
Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer; Tabea Zimmermann

BudapestBach - Duruflé - Szathmáry

Wavemaker Hungary - MUPA
Szathmáry, Bach, Duruflé
Zsigmond Szathmáry; Dóra Pétery

LondonIsata Kanneh-Mason: Southbank Centre Debut

Mozart, Beethoven, Gubaidulina, Rachmaninov, Chopin, Gershwin
Isata Kanneh-Mason, Piano

EdinburghChan Conducts The Nutcracker (Edinburgh)

Ravel, Tchaikovsky
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Elim Chan; Bertrand Chamayou; RSNO Junior Chorus

StockholmSoup Concert with Violin, Clarinet and Piano

Schumann C., Mozart, Khachaturian
Anna Stefánsson; Hermann Stefánsson; Bengt Forsberg
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From Hollywood to Helsinki, Karina Canellakis impresses with the LPO

Karina Canellakis makes her first appearance at the Royal Festival Hall as the LPO’s Principal Guest Conductor, giving a punchy account of Sibelius’ Fifth Symphony that takes in the sweep of its mighty architecture.
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Elder's Hallé programme a powerful reminder of what we've missed

Boris Giltburg joins The Hallé for Rachmaninov's Fourth Piano Concerto, the emotional heart of the evening.
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A vision, a seascape and some Saint-Saëns: Mørk, Mäkelä and the LPO

Power of three: Finnish conductor Klaus Mäkelä makes his London debut in four works by a trio of composers... three of them in triptych form. 
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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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Sinfonia of London excels in English works for strings

Two dozen heroes played one of the house composer’s most intense and technically demanding scores with bravura skill and a collegiate musicality that stirred the spirit.
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Three nationalities in the mix with the Budapest Festival Orchestra

In a patchwork assembly of German Romantic and French impressionistic works, the chief interest in the Budapest Festival Orchestra's latest programme was the appearance of star violist Tabea Zimmermann in pieces by Schumann and Kurtág.
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