Norrington and RSNO Make the Case for Historically Informed Performances on Modern Instruments

22/02/2019

Schumann, Mozart: Francesca Dego (violin), Royal Scottish National Orchestra / Sir Roger Norrington (conductor), Usher Hall, Edinburgh, 22.2.2019. (SRT)

Sir Roger Norrington (c) Manfred Esser

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In Oxford La Serenissima Make a Good Case for Vivaldi’s Fertile and Versatile Imagination

22/02/2019

Keble Early Music Festival [1] – Vivaldi: Adrian Chandler (director/violin), La Serenissima. Keble College Chapel, Oxford, 21.2.2019. (CR) Read more

Symphony Orchestra of India, First UK Tour

22/02/2019

Rimsky-Korsakov, Saint-Saëns,Weber: Marat Bisengaliev (violin), Symphony Orchestra of India / Martyn Brabbins (conductor). St David’s Hall, Cardiff, 21.2.2019. (PCG)

Martyn Brabbins (c) Benjamin Ealovega

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Philippe Herreweghe Leads the Philharmonia in a Most Uplifting Concert

22/02/2019

Bach and Mozart: Bertrand Chamayou (piano), Philharmonia Orchestra / Philippe Herreweghe (conductor), Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, London, 21.2.2019. (AS)

Bertrand Chamayou (c) Marco Borggreve

Bertrand Chamayou (c) Marco Borggreve

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Adám Fischer’s Disappointing Mahler Ninth with the Vienna Philharmonic at the Barbican

22/02/2019

Mahler: Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra / Adám Fischer (conductor), Barbican Hall, London, 20.2.2019. (AS)

Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra & Adám Fischer (conductor) (c) Mark Allan/Barbican

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Gardolińska’s White-Heat Tchaikovsky Fourth and Elegant Mozart with the BSO

21/02/2019

Mozart, Tchaikovsky: Ronald Brautigam (piano), Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra / Marta Gardolińska (conductor). The Lighthouse, Poole, 20.2.2019. (IL)

Marta Gardolińska conducting the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra

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Kazuki Yamada Leads the CBSO in a Tremendous Performance of Manfred

21/02/2019

Schumann, Prokofiev, Tchaikovsky: Alexander Gavrylyuk (piano), City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra / Kazuki Yamada (conductor), Symphony Hall, Birmingham, 20.2.2019. (JQ)

Kazuki Yamada

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Ex Cathedra’s Spirited Revival of Purcell’s The Indian Queen in Birmingham

19/02/2019

Purcell’s The Indian Queen and music of the South American Baroque: Soloists, Choir and Ensemble of Ex Cathedra (including members of the Fitzwilliam Quartet) / Jeffrey Skidmore (conductor). Birmingham Town Hall, 17.2.2019. (RD) Read more

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