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  • Ning Feng: Hangzhou Symphony tour and Mecklenburg Vorpommern Festival debut

    Ning Feng: Hangzhou Symphony tour and Mecklenburg Vorpommern Festival debut

    Published: 29 July 2014

    Ning Feng will travel to Italy this month with the Hangzhou Philharmonic, whom he joins on tour to perform Paganini Violin Concerto No.1. Performances will take place in Calabria (6 August) and Imola (10 August). Following this, Ning will make his debut at Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival in Germany, in a series of four chamber music performances (14 to 17 August). He will collaborate with artists including Igor Levit and Maximillian Hornung, and...

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  • Louis Schwizgebel makes BBC Proms debut with the National Youth Orchestra and Gardner

    Louis Schwizgebel makes BBC Proms debut with the National Youth Orchestra and Gardner

    Published: 29 July 2014

    BBC New Generation pianist Louis Schwizgebel will make his BBC Proms debut on 10 August, performing with the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain and Edward Gardner.Schwizgebel plays Prokofiev Piano Concerto No.1 at the Royal Albert Hall in a Prom that will be televised on BBC Four on 28 August.The concert is the culmination of a short tour with the orchestra and Gardner, with performances at Sage Gateshead (7 August) and Birmingham’s...

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  • Thierry Fischer and Utah Symphony joined on tour by Nico Muhly

    Thierry Fischer and Utah Symphony joined on tour by Nico Muhly

    Published: 29 July 2014

    Thierry Fischer and the Utah Symphony are be accompanied on tour by composer Nico Muhly, beginning 12 August, who will research a new work inspired by the canyons of Utah’s national parks. The work, which will be performed during the 2015-16 season as part of the Utah Symphony’s 75th anniversary celebrations, will also feature a video installation made during the tour by interactive media designer Joshua Higgason. Muhly’s composition will be...

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  • Evelino Pidò conducts Mozart Requiem with Latvian National Symphony Orchestra

    Evelino Pidò conducts Mozart Requiem with Latvian National Symphony Orchestra

    Published: 28 July 2014

    Evelino Pidò conducts the Latvian National Symphony Orchestra in a performance of Mozart’s Requiem on 11 August. The concert is in aid of the Inessa Galante Foundation, founded by renowned Latvian soprano Inese Galante. Upcoming highlights for Pidò include La traviata at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona, opening 14 October in addition to a new production of Tosca at Opéra de Paris which opens on 13 November.

  • Leonidas Kavakos and Daniil Trifonov at the Verbier Festival

    Leonidas Kavakos and Daniil Trifonov at the Verbier Festival

    Published: 26 July 2014

    Leonidas Kavakos returns to the Verbier Festival for a duo recital with pianist Daniil Trifonov on 29 July, performing a varied programme of Schumann, Busoni, Stravinsky and Strauss in the Église de Verbier. The pair met at the 2013 festival, where they performed in the same concert, but will be performing together this year as a duo for the first time.On 31 July, Kavakos performs with cellist Clemens Hagen and pianist Marc-André Hamelin in a...

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  • Daniil Trifonov returns to Verbier Festival

    Daniil Trifonov returns to Verbier Festival

    Published: 25 July 2014

    At the end of July, Daniil Trifonov returns to the Verbier Festival for three performances. On 20 July, Trifonov, who has become a favourite at the festival, gave a solo recital at the Salle des Combins, in which he performed Tchaikovsky Theme and variations Op.19 No.6, Rachmaninov Variations on a Theme of Chopin Op.22 and Schumann Symphonic Etudes Op.13. The entire recital can be watched online here. On 24 July, he also performed Rachmaninov...

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  • Antoine Tamestit performs two late-night concerts at Mostly Mozart Festival

    Antoine Tamestit performs two late-night concerts at Mostly Mozart Festival

    Published: 24 July 2014

    Following on from a recital at Wigmore Hall, London, in July, Antoine Tamestit travels to New York where he performs two intimate ‘A Little Night Music’ concerts at the Mostly Mozart Festival on 2 and 4 August. Tamestit was so taken by Bach’s Cello Suites the first time he heard them as a young student, he briefly considered switching instrument to the cello. Instead, on 2 August he performs his own arrangement of two of these suites together...

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  • Leonidas Kavakos: Tanglewood Brahms trio recital with Yo-Yo Ma and Emanuel Ax

    Leonidas Kavakos: Tanglewood Brahms trio recital with Yo-Yo Ma and Emanuel Ax

    Published: 24 July 2014

    Whilst appearing with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Leonidas Kavakos plays Brahms Piano Trio No.1 in B, Op.8 with cellist Yo-Yo Ma and pianist Emanuel Ax on 7 August as part of the Tanglewood Festival. The recital will also include Brahms Violin Sonata No.1 in G major Op.78 ‘Rain’ and will take place in the Seiji Ozawa Hall, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.Often applauded for his ‘chamber music’ approach, which he brings to...

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  • Mark Wigglesworth: concerts at BBC Proms and Edinburgh International Festival

    Mark Wigglesworth: concerts at BBC Proms and Edinburgh International Festival

    Published: 23 July 2014

    On 6 August, Mark Wigglesworth returns to the BBC Proms for a performance with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales. The performance open with Wagner Overture to Das Liebesverbot followed by the London premiere of Mathias Violin Concerto with soloist Matthew Trusler. The concert closes with Elgar Symphony No.1.The following week, Wigglesworth conducts two performances of Britten Owen Wingrave at the Edinburgh International Festival. A...

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  • Sir Peter Maxwell Davies: 80th birthday celebrations

    Sir Peter Maxwell Davies: 80th birthday celebrations

    Published: 23 July 2014

    Sir Peter Maxwell Davies turns 80 years old on 8 September 2014, a milestone to be celebrated widely across the year both in the UK and abroad.The year of celebrations began with the world premiere of Maxwell Davies’ Symphony No.10: ‘Alla ricerca di Borromini’ by the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Antonio Pappano, with Markus Butter as baritone soloist. The orchestra was joined by the London Symphony Chorus, directed by Simon Halsey,...

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