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  • Kirill Gerstein: world premiere recording of new edition of Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No.1

    Kirill Gerstein: world premiere recording of new edition of Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No.1

    Published: 26 January 2015

    Kirill Gerstein’s first orchestral recording, to be released by myrios classics on 9 February, marks the world premiere recording of the 1879 version of Tchaikovsky’s first Piano Concerto. Based on Tchaikovsky’s own conducting score from his last public concert, the new critical Urtext edition will be published in 2015 by the Tchaikovsky Museum in Klin, tying in with Tchaikovsky’s 175th anniversary and marking 140 years since the concerto’s...

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  • Richard Egarr returns to Carnegie Hall's Weill Hall for solo harpsichord recital

    Richard Egarr returns to Carnegie Hall's Weill Hall for solo harpsichord recital

    Published: 26 January 2015

    Richard Egarr returns to Carnegie Hall on 9 February for his second of three visits this season, this time to play a solo harpsichord recital of Handel (Suite in D minor) and J.S. Bach (Partitas 1, 6 and French Suite No.5) in Weill Hall. His release last year of the complete Handel Keyboard Suites on Harmonia Mundi was widely praised: “With this recording Egarr has reinforced his position as a Grand Master of the Baroque keyboard.”Fono Forum,...

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  • Andreas Haefliger: performances with Doric Quartet at Wigmore Hall & Concertgebouw for European tour

    Andreas Haefliger: performances with Doric Quartet at Wigmore Hall & Concertgebouw for European tour

    Published: 25 January 2015

    Andreas Haefliger focuses on chamber music during February with several concerts alongside the Doric Quartet. This new collaboration was suggested by the Wigmore Hall’s Executive Director John Gilhooly – a fan of both Haefliger and of the quartet. They play the Shostakovich Piano Quintet together at the Wigmore Hall on 14 February, preceded by a tour across Europe, notably to the Amsterdam Concertgebouw on 8 February and for the Bilbao...

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  • Jun Märkl conducts the Residentie Orkest at The Hague in two concerts

    Jun Märkl conducts the Residentie Orkest at The Hague in two concerts

    Published: 23 January 2015

    Jun Märkl conducts the Residentie Orkest at The Hague on 6 and 7 February in Webern Passacaglia, Mahler Songs of a Wayfarer with Christiane Stotijn, and Schoenberg's arrangement of Brahms G minor Piano Quartet. He ends the month with his Basque National Orchestra San Sebastian, with programme featuring the orchestra principals in Haydn Sinfonia Concertante and Strauss Ein Heldenleben in five concerts from 27 February.

  • Thierry Fischer conducts Augusta Read Thomas world premiere with Utah Symphony Orchestra

    Thierry Fischer conducts Augusta Read Thomas world premiere with Utah Symphony Orchestra

    Published: 23 January 2015

    Thierry Fischer conducts the world premiere of a new work by Augusta Read Thomas, Eos (Goddess of the dawn), on 20 and 21 February. The piece is commissioned and performed by the Utah Symphony. Fischer other concerts with the Utah Symphony Orchestra, where he holds the position of Music Director, during February include Mahler Symphony No.3 on 6 and 7 February. The concerts are part of Fischer and the orchestra’s acclaimed Mahler cycle:...

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  • Joshua Weilerstein makes his Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra debut

    Joshua Weilerstein makes his Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra debut

    Published: 21 January 2015

    Joshua Weilerstein conducts three concerts with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra on 4, 5 and 6 February – his debut with the orchestra. The programme will be Sibelius Spring Song, Grieg Piano Concerto in A minor with Alessandro Taverna, and Rachmaninov Symphonic Dances.Weilerstein said of the upcoming concerts in Poole, Bristol and Exeter:“I’m so excited to be performing with the Bournemouth symphony this week with this very exciting program....

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  • Joshua Weilerstein makes his Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra debut

    Joshua Weilerstein makes his Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra debut

    Published: 21 January 2015

    Joshua Weilerstein conducts three concerts with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra on 4, 5 and 6 February – his debut with the orchestra. The programme will be Sibelius Spring Song, Grieg Piano Concerto in A minor with Alessandro Taverna, and Rachmaninov Symphonic Dances.Weilerstein said of the upcoming concerts in Poole, Bristol and Exeter:“I’m so excited to be performing with the Bournemouth symphony this week with this very exciting program....

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  • Marek Janowski returns to Gürzenich Orchestra for three concerts

    Marek Janowski returns to Gürzenich Orchestra for three concerts

    Published: 18 January 2015

    For the first time since he was Chief Conductor, Marek Janowski returns to the Gürzenich Orchestra for three concerts on 1, 2 and 3 February. The programme will be Schubert Symphony No.8 'Unfinished' and Bruckner Symphony No.9.Marek Janowski was Chief Conductor of the orchestra from 1986 until 1990.

  • Martyn Brabbins conducts Wagner in concert with the Nagoya Philharmonic

    Martyn Brabbins conducts Wagner in concert with the Nagoya Philharmonic

    Published: 16 January 2015

    Martyn Brabbins conducts The Valkyries Act 1 in concert with the Nagoya Philharmonic on 30 and 31 January, starring Susan Bullock. Brabbins is Chief Conductor of the Nagoya Philharmonic, and this follows his and Susan Bullock's Wagner collaboration in his first concerts as Chief Conductor in July 2013.

  • Leonidas Kavakos: Sibelius Concerto with Berliner Philharmoniker & Sir Simon Rattle

    Leonidas Kavakos: Sibelius Concerto with Berliner Philharmoniker & Sir Simon Rattle

    Published: 14 January 2015

    As part of his long-standing relationship with the Berliner Philharmoniker, Leonidas Kavakos plays Sibelius Violin Concerto with the orchestra and its Artistic Director, Sir Simon Rattle, with four concerts at the Berliner Philharmonie on 28, 29 January and 6 February, and in London’s Barbican Hall on 11 February.Kavakos has a particularly close association with the Sibelius Concerto. Both the original and final versions of the work have been...

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