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  • Baldur Brönnimann: contemporary music performances in London, Stockholm and Huddersfield

    Baldur Brönnimann: contemporary music performances in London, Stockholm and Huddersfield

    Published: 23 October 2014

    Following their successful collaboration in July at the Three Choirs Festival, Baldur Brönnimann returns to the Philharmonia for a performance at London's Royal Festival Hall on 6 November. The performance is part of the orchestra's new music series, Music of Today, and features music by prize-winning Serbian composer, Marko Nikodijeviç.Brönnimann then travels to Sweden, where he will perform another programme of new works, this time featuring...

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  • Lahav Shani makes UK debut with City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

    Lahav Shani makes UK debut with City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

    Published: 23 October 2014

    On 6 November, Lahav Shani makes his UK debut conducting the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra at Symphony Hall. The programme begins with Prokofiev War and Peace Overture, after which Shani is joined by fellow Intermusica artist Francesco Piemontesi for Beethoven Piano Concerto No.4. The concert will finish with Prokofiev Symphony No.5.

  • Press accolades for Colin Currie's Southbank Centre percussion festival

    Press accolades for Colin Currie's Southbank Centre percussion festival

    Published: 22 October 2014

    Colin Currie has been receiving extensive press acclaim for his performances in Metal Wood Skin: The Colin Currie Percussion Festival, which continues this autumn at London's Southbank Centre. The next concert in the Festival is a tribute to Steve Martland on 11 November 2014, in which Currie will perform alongside the Aurora Orchestra and Nicholas Collon. 17 September 2014: Currie & Youth Orchestra of Bahia Brazil / Cond. Riccardo...

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  • Critics applauded Thierry Fischer’s Boston Symphony Orchestra debut

    Critics applauded Thierry Fischer’s Boston Symphony Orchestra debut

    Published: 20 October 2014

    Critics applauded Thierry Fischer’s Boston Symphony Orchestra debut last week (18 October), when he conducted Nielsen Symphony No.4 and Brahms Piano Concerto in D minor with soloist Rudolf Buchbinder:"Fischer led a fluid reading of this sinuous score...He showed an instinctual feel for the flow of linked movements, and more broadly, for this score’s odd musical syntax, its pairing of strangeness and inexorability.... the BSO played with a...

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  • Jamie Phillips makes RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra debut

    Jamie Phillips makes RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra debut

    Published: 17 October 2014

    On 31 October, Jamie Phillips makes his debut with the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra at the National Concert Hall, Dublin. Phillips conducts a programme of music for Halloween that includes works by Berlioz, Rachmaninov, Stravinsky, Liszt and Dukas. He will be joined by Enrico Pace for Rachmaninov’s Variations on the Theme by Paganini. Prior to the concert, RTÉ NSO Artists in Conversation Series will feature a half-hour discussion on the...

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  • Calder Quartet joins Intermusica for worldwide representation

    Calder Quartet joins Intermusica for worldwide representation

    Published: 17 October 2014

    The Calder Quartet, called “outstanding” and “superb” by the New York Times, were the recipient of the 2014 Avery Fisher Career Grant and are widely recognized for being the choice quartet for leading composers to perform their works, including Thomas Adès, Peter Eötvös, Christopher Rouse and Terry Riley.The Calders regularly appear with top presenters including the Mostly Mozart Festival, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Carnegie Hall,...

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  • Midori performs Schumann’s Violin Concerto with National Symphony Orchestra

    Midori performs Schumann’s Violin Concerto with National Symphony Orchestra

    Published: 16 October 2014

    Midori makes a return to the National Symphony Orchestra at the end of October, with two performances at the Kennedy Center on 30 October and 1 November, and one last concert on 2 November at the Ferguson Center in Newport News, Virginia. Under the baton of the NSO Music Director Christoph Eschenbach, she will perform Schumann’s Violin Concerto, in a programme which also includes Mendelssohn’s Symphony No.5 and Mozart’s ‘Jupiter’ Symphony.

  • Leonidas Kavakos conducts Bruckner and Bach with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic

    Leonidas Kavakos conducts Bruckner and Bach with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic

    Published: 15 October 2014

    Leonidas Kavakos will see out the month in Stockholm, where he will conduct the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra on 29 and 30 October. They will play Bruckner’s ‘Romantic’ Symphony (No.4 in E-flat major) and Kavakos will conduct from the violin as the soloist in Bach Violin Concerto No.1.Kavakos has conducted the orchestra before; in October 2011 he conducted a programme of Beethoven and Brahms, which included Beethoven Violin...

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  • Vassily Sinaisky returns to Hong Kong Philharmonic

    Vassily Sinaisky returns to Hong Kong Philharmonic

    Published: 15 October 2014

    Vassily Sinaisky has been invited to return to the Hong Kong Philharmonic this week for concerts on 17 and 18 October, after Jaap van Zweden withdrew from these concerts on medical advice. Sinaisky last performed with the orchestra in 2012 when he opened the orchestra’s 2012/13 season to great success.The programme will include Mahler’s Symphony No.5 and Tchaikovsky’s Mozartiana. Free pre-concert talks will take place before both performances.

  • Marek Janowski returns to Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne

    Marek Janowski returns to Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne

    Published: 13 October 2014

    Marek Janowski returns to the Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne to conduct two concerts on 27 and 28 October. The programme consists of Wagner’s Siegfried Idyll, Richard Strauss’ Le bourgeois gentilhomme and Dohnanyi’s rarely performed Cello Concerto in D Major with soloist Miklós Perényi.  This will be the first time that Janowski has conducted the orchestra in Lausanne for almost 20 years.The work of Wagner and Strauss has long been part of...

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