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Work type: Orchestral

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StockholmMozart X 2 with Malin Broman & Janine Jansen

Swedish Radio AB
Farrenc, Ravel, Mozart, Debussy
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Malin Broman; Janine Jansen

AmsterdamNetherlands Radio Choir: Vaughan Williams and Handel

Het Concertgebouw
Vaughan Williams, Handel
Netherlands Radio Philharmonic (Radio Filharmonisch Orkest); Marcus Creed; Netherlands Radio Choir (Groot Omroepkoor); Rowan Pierce; Guy Cutting

ManchesterOrchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

Handel, Muffat
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment; Steven Devine; Ian Bostridge

LondonBenjamin Grosvenor plays Chopin II

Lyatoshynsky, Chopin, Tchaikovsky
Philharmonia Orchestra; Oksana Lyniv; Benjamin Grosvenor

TokyoLutosławski's Concerto for Orchestra

NHK Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo
Otaka, Panufnik, Lutosławski
NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo; Tadaaki Otaka; Dai Miyata

OxfordTchaikovsky and Brahms

Tchaikovsky, Brahms
Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra; Marios Papadopoulos; Leia Zhu
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A heartening journey: a sensuous fix from Wigglesworth and the LSO

Ryan Wigglesworth steps into the breach with relish and authority in this journey through the senses, pitting Hummel against Tchaikovsky, plus a UK premiere from Nokuthula Ngwenyama.
***11
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The Philadelphia Orchestra rediscovers Dawson's Negro Folk Symphony

Yannick Nézet-Séguin leads Dawson's first appearance in a subscription concert just this week, programmed alongside Robert Schumann's Piano Concerto with rising soloist Tony Siqi Yun.
****1
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Severed headline act, but death-defying results from the Philharmonia

This X-rated programme brought numerous children to the Royal Festival Hall... with plenty of orchestral thrills for them to enjoy.
****1
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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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Invitation to the Dance: Gerhardt plays Anna Clyne's cello concerto

Anna Clyne's superb cello concerto is given a beautiful performance by Alban Gerhardt and the BBC Philharmonic under Ben Gernon.
****1
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