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Work type: Orchestral

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HamburgChristian Gerhaher / Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra / Daniel Harding

Swedish Radio AB
Dvořák, Brahms
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Daniel Harding; Christian Gerhaher

BudapestSchumann, Debussy, Kurtág, Ravel

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

LondonMark Padmore and Jonathan Biss: Dichterliebe

Barbican
Schumann
Mark Padmore; Jonathan Biss

NottinghamRoyal Northern Sinfonia with Dinis Sousa and Louis Scwizgebel, piano

Schubert, Saint-Saëns, Mozart
Royal Northern Sinfonia; Dinis Sousa; Louis Schwizgebel

LondonClassically Liberating

Prokofiev, Wallen
London Chamber Orchestra; Christopher Warren Green; Gabriel Prokofiev

HamburgIsabelle Faust / Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra / Daniel Harding

Swedish Radio AB
Schoenberg, Mahler
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Daniel Harding; Johanna Wallroth; Isabelle Faust
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Sturm und Drang onstage and off in Philadelphia Orchestra's Mozart

A fire alarm delayed an afternoon of Mozart symphonies, providing as much excitement as what was heard onstage.
**111
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The New York Philharmonic makes a strong case for Chen Yi's Duo Ye

Juxtaposing Chen Yi’s Duo Ye and Stravinsky's Pulcinella Suite was a brilliant idea by Music Director, Jaap van Zweden.
****1
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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.
****1
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Ben-Haim's symphony crowns BBC Phil concert under Carlo Goldstein

Stephen Hough dazzles in Saint-Saëns and Paul Ben-Haim's Second Symphony proves to be an exciting discovery in a polished performance from the BBC Philharmonic under Carlo Goldstein.
****1
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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.
****1
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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.
****1
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