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ZürichWhere words cease, there music begins

Hoffmann, Gounod
Jonathan Allen; Tatiana Pak; Natalia Mosca; Lev Sivkov

BambergPercussion and Piano

Živković, Ravel, Koshinski, Bernstein
Jens Herz; Robert Cürlis; Holger Brust; Elsa Duplan

BarcelonaJavier Perianes: Love and Death

Beethoven, Chopin, Granados, Liszt
Javier Perianes, Piano

LondonLSO/Music Academy of the West Lunchtime Concert

London Symphony Orchestra
Higdon
Sun-Ly Pierce; Chien-Lin Lu

StockholmSoup concert with Violin, Viola and Double Bass

O'Connor, Thomas
Rena Kimura; Lauriane Dahlkvist; Fabian Dahlkvist

BerlinRichard Galliano spielt Piazolla

Piazzolla
Richard Galliano, Accordion
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Aquatic favourites from the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra

Maurice Steger makes his debut with the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra in a concert of Baroque favourites. 
*****
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Troubled dreams from David Le Page and the Orchestra of the Swan

David Le Page's The Interpretation of Dreams did not, sadly, live up to the trailer. 
**111
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Exhilarating rhythm and repetitions from Louise Goodwin and the SCO

Percussionist Louise Goodwin and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra take us on an exhilarating rhythmic 300 year ride.

****1
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Lorenzo Coppola and three historical clarinets seduce Stockholm

Hosted by the roguish Italian clarinet virtuoso, a wonderful live-streamed concert turned into a brilliant entertainment experience that could be a model for concerts online – and live.
*****
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An inspired concept, hobbled by pandemic restrictions

The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment's beautifully curated selection of Mann-themed music enjoys mixed success. 
***11
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Cédric Tiberghien draws musical depth from variations at Wigmore Hall

The French pianist reveals the hidden depth in variations by Beethoven, Schumann and Webern.
*****
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