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OviedoMussorgsky, Rachmaninov & Tchaikovsky

Mussorgsky, Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky
Orquesta Sinfónica del Principado de Asturias; Teresa Riveiro Bohm; Denis Kozhukhin

BirminghamClassic FM Hall of Fame

Mozart, Williams, Borodin, Mascagni, Vaughan Williams, Tchaikovsky, Wiseman, Bruch, Morricone, Wagner, Elgar, Holst
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Michael Seal; Jennifer Pike; John Suchet

NottinghamSunday Piano Series: The Cann Twins

Rimsky-Korsakov, Rachmaninov, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Gershwin
Antoinette Cann; Claire Cann

LondonA Choral Christmas

Traditional, Coleridge-Taylor, Handel, Berlioz, Rutter, Gardner
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Hilary Davan Wetton; Njabulo Madlala; City of London Choir

LondonThe Opera Makers - Winter Soirée

Offenbach, Gounod, Donizetti, Mozart, Saint-Saëns, Bizet, Verdi, Puccini, Sullivan, Lehár, Dove
Louis Hurst; Shafali Jalota; Imogen Burgess; Becca Marriott

LondonRozanna Madylus City Music Foundation Lunchtime Recital

Tchaikovsky, Respighi, Donizetti, Saint-Saëns
Rozanna Madylus; Rokas Valuntonis; Emily Earl; Yume Fujise
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Gimeno and The Cleveland Orchestra serve French-inflected feast

Gustavo Gimeno conducts The Cleveland Orchestra in works by Ravel and Franck, along with a recent Bryce Dessner concerto featuring the Labèque sisters.
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Dramatic Brahms and a powerful orchestral triptych from the RSNO

Pianist Sunwook Kim returns to the RSNO, while conductor Jonathan Stockhammer builds a coherent triptych out of three highly contrasting pieces.
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Something old, something new: Joyce DiDonato at the Barbican

Joyce DiDonato and Craig Terry present a wide-ranging exploration of isolation and reunion, from Baroque to jazz.
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Lisa Batiashvili beats the band

Muscular and energetic yet subtle and mercurial, this was a tour-de-force performance from an inexhaustible dynamo of invention
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Lush Strauss and charming Mozart from Nelsons and the Boston Symphony

The BSO selected two sumptuous works of Strauss to contrast the joyousness of Mozart’s Concerto for Two Pianos
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Baroque given a Russian thrill in Edinburgh

Maxim Emelyanychev and violinist Dmitry Sinkovsky provided Russian thrills in a baroque programme with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra on top form.

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