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  • "He brought rapture": acclaim for Ning Feng's US concerto debut with Los Angeles Philharmonic

    "He brought rapture": acclaim for Ning Feng's US concerto debut with Los Angeles Philharmonic

    Published: 24 February 2015

    Ning Feng made a successful US concerto debut with Los Angeles Philharmonic in three performances on 19, 20 and 21 February at Walt Disney Concert Hall. He performed Saint-Saëns Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso, as well as Tan Dun’s new triple concerto, The Triple Resurrection, with cellist Jian Wang and pianist Haochen Zhang, under the baton of Xian Zhang. Read the reviews:“Ning Feng, a young violinist with a sumptuous tone, was first up...

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  • Jamie Phillips announced as Associate Conductor of the Hallé

    Jamie Phillips announced as Associate Conductor of the Hallé

    Published: 24 February 2015

    Jamie Phillips will become the Hallé’s Associate Conductor at the start of the 2015/16 season, it was announced today. This new role furthers the strong relationship he has established during the course of his tenure as Assistant Conductor to the Hallé, to which he was appointed in September 2012.As Associate Conductor, Phillips will conduct the Hallé in Manchester and around the country, and will continue to work closely with the Hallé’s Music...

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  • Boris Giltburg makes his Tokyo recital debut at Toppan Hall

    Boris Giltburg makes his Tokyo recital debut at Toppan Hall

    Published: 16 February 2015

    Boris Giltburg makes his Tokyo recital debut on 18 March at Toppan Hall, playing Gubaidulina Chaconne, several of Rachmaninov’s Moments Musicaux and Schumann Carnaval. The debut follows the release of his first recording on Naxos, which featured Carnaval. Earlier in March, he takes the Schumann to the large hall of the Bozar in Brussels on 2 March, performed this time alongside the Liszt B minor Sonata, Bartók Mikrokosmos and Busoni’s...

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  • James Ehnes returns to Vienna Symphony Orchestra

    James Ehnes returns to Vienna Symphony Orchestra

    Published: 12 February 2015

    James Ehnes returns to the Vienna Symphony Orchestra for two concerts on 26 and 27 February at the Vienna Konzerthaus. Ehnes will perform Britten Violin Concerto and will be conducted by Sir Mark Elder.

  • Mark Wigglesworth conducts Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny at Royal Opera House

    Mark Wigglesworth conducts Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny at Royal Opera House

    Published: 11 February 2015

    Mark Wigglesworth conducts a new production of Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill's Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, opening on 10 March. The production stars Sir Willard White, Anne Sofie von Otter and Christine Rice, and is directed by John Fulljames.Mark Wigglesworth made his Royal Opera House debut in 1996 conducting Welsh National Opera's production of The Rake's Progress on the main stage. He...

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  • Simon Halsey returns to American Choral Directors Association conference in Salt Lake City

    Simon Halsey returns to American Choral Directors Association conference in Salt Lake City

    Published: 11 February 2015

    After a highly successful visit in 2014, Simon Halsey has been invited to attend the 2015 National Conference of the American Choral Directors Association at the end of February, the most important event of the year for choral music in the US. The event takes place in Salt Lake City between 25 to 28 February and it hosts a wide variety of events, from round-tables to masterclasses and performances of international choirs.Halsey, as one of the...

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  • Ning Feng tours Europe with Hong Kong Philharmonic & Jaap van Zweden

    Ning Feng tours Europe with Hong Kong Philharmonic & Jaap van Zweden

    Published: 10 February 2015

    Following his LA Philharmonic debut earlier in the month, Ning Feng returns to Europe on 24 February for a tour with the Hong Kong Philharmonic and its chief conductor, Jaap van Zweden. Performances will take place in London’s Cadogan Hall (24 February), Vienna’s Musikverein (26 February), Tonhalle Zürich (27 February), Musiekgebouw Frits Philips Eindhoven (28 February), Birmingham’s Symphony Hall (3 March) and finally at Konzerthaus Berlin (5...

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  • Antoine Tamestit on Grammy-winning recording

    Antoine Tamestit on Grammy-winning recording

    Published: 09 February 2015

    Antoine Tamestit features on the winner of Best Classical Solo Vocal Album at the 2015 Grammy Awards – Anne Sofie von Otter’s Douce France. Tamestit performs on the song version of Dance Macabre and two settings of Loeffler songs.Douce France is a double CD of mélodies and chansons spanning over two centuries of French song. Tamestit’s performance was described as “bewitching” by Musicweb International when the recording was initially released.

  • Emmanuel Krivine conducts Chamber Orchestra of Europe in Ferrara, Montreux & Paris

    Emmanuel Krivine conducts Chamber Orchestra of Europe in Ferrara, Montreux & Paris

    Published: 09 February 2015

    Emmanuel Krivine conducts the Chamber Orchestra of Europe in concerts in Ferrara, Montreux and Paris on 12, 14 and 16 February. The programme includes Schumann Symphony No.2 in C major and Brahms Violin Concerto in D with violinist Joshua Bell.They will perform at the Teatro Comunale di Ferrara, Auditorium Stravinsky in Montreux and the new Philharmonie de Paris, Krivine’s debut performance in the venue.The tour forms part of a long-standing...

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  • Louis Schwizgebel performs in recital at London’s Wigmore Hall

    Louis Schwizgebel performs in recital at London’s Wigmore Hall

    Published: 09 February 2015

    Louis Schwizgebel performs a lunchtime recital at the Wigmore Hall in London on 23 February.In a programme that “spans the gamut from Classical Haydn to the expressive extremes and technical challenges of Liszt’s virtuosic art,” Schwizgebel will play worked including Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsody No.6 and Consolation No.3, and a Ballade, Étude, Waltz and Fantaisie-Impromptu by Chopin. The concert will be broadcast on BBC Radio 3, as part of its...

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