Florilegium and Elin Manahan Thomas Celebrate Scope of Vivaldi’s Music


 VivaldiElin Manahan Thomas (soprano), Florilegium: Ashley Solomon (flute, director), Bojan Čičić, Huw Daniel, Andrea Jones (violin), Malgorzata Ziemkiewicz (viola), Christopher Poffley (cello), Carina Cosgrave (bass), Terence Charlston (harpsichord, organ), Brangwyn Hall, Swansea, 18.10.2011 (GPu) Read more

Douglas and Moscow Philharmonic Do Justice to Youthful Rachmaninov Works


 Mussorgsky (arr. Rimsky-Korsakov), Rachmaninov: Barry Douglas (piano), Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra/Yuri Simonov (conductor), Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, 18.10.2011 (MC) Read more

Inspired Oboe Playing from François Leleux


 Telemann, Dorati, Silvestrini: François Leleux (oboe), Weston Gallery, Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, Cardiff, 20.10.2011 (GPu) Read more

Splendid Russian Concert from Sinaisky and the BBC Philharmonic


  Rimsky-Korsakov, Rachmaninov, Shostakovich: Howard Shelley (piano), BBC Philharmonic Orchestra,Vassily Sinaisky (conductor), Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, 15.10.2011 (MC) Read more

Scottish Chamber Orchestra Premieres Compelling New Work By Martin Suckling


 Suckling, Schumann, Beethoven: Viktoria Mullova (violin), Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Robin Ticciati (conductor), Glasgow City Halls, 14.10.2011 (SRT) Read more

Moscow Philharmonic and Minsk Ballet Academy Impress at the Swansea Festival


 Rimsky-Korsakov, Tchaikovsky, Dvořák: Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra/Yuri Simonov (conductor), Nikita Boriso-Glebsky (violin), Brangwyn Hall, Swansea, 15.10.2011.

Rimsky-KorsakovCapriccio Espagnol
TchaikovskyViolin Concerto in D
DvorakSymphony no. 9 in E minor (from the New World)

Tchaikovsky, The Nutcracker: State Ballet Academy of Minsk, Grand Theatre, Swansea, 12.10.2011 (NR) Read more

The LSO Celebrates Steve Reich at Seventy-Five


 Steve Reich at Seventy-Five: Steve Reich (percussion), Neil Percy (percussion), Synergy Vocals, London Symphony Orchestra, Kristjan Järvi (conductor), Barbican Hall, London, 15.10.2011 (CG) Read more

Les Arts Florissants Explore Madrigals by Monteverdi and His Contemporaries


 Monteverdi, Vecchi, Ingegneri, and Marenzio: Les Arts Florissants (Miriam Allan (soprano), Hannah Morrison (soprano), Marie Gautrot (contralto), Paul Agnew (tenor/director), Sean Clayton (tenor), Lisandro Abadie (bass), Union Chapel,London, 13.10.2011 (MB)

This concert was produced by the Barbican as part of its Classical Music Season

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