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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 enamoured of Bach’s Cello Suites the first time he heard them, he briefly considered switching instruments, and on 2 August he performs two of these suites arranged for viola alongside Hindemith’s Sonata for solo viola.The...

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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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  • Francesco Piemontesi make his debut with Cleveland Orchestra

    Francesco Piemontesi make his debut with Cleveland Orchestra

    Published: 22 July 2014

    On the 20 July Francesco Piemontesi made an acclaimed concert debut with the Cleveland Orchestra, performing at the open-air Blossom Music Festival. He performed Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.27 K.595, in a programme that also included Weber Der Freischütz Overture and Shostakovich Symphony No.5. Cleveland Plain Dealer reported of Piemontesi's successful performance: "a stellar Mozartean, an artistic temperament both soulful and playful, whose...

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  • Sir Peter Maxwell Davies receives his Companion of Honour &  relinquishes post as Master of the Queen’s Music

    Sir Peter Maxwell Davies receives his Companion of Honour & relinquishes post as Master of the Queen’s Music

    Published: 22 July 2014

    On 22 July, Sir Peter Maxwell Davies attends a special ceremony at Buckingham Palace with the Queen in which he receives his Companion of Honour and relinquishes his post as Master of the Queen’s Music in the presence of his successor, Judith Weir.At the ceremony, the Queen will invest Maxwell Davies with the insignia of a Companion of Honour, awarded to him in the New Year 2014 Honours List. On his appointment earlier this year, Maxwell Davies...

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  • Boris Giltburg signs exclusive recording contract with Naxos Records

    Boris Giltburg signs exclusive recording contract with Naxos Records

    Published: 21 July 2014

    Naxos Records has announced a long-term relationship with Queen Elisabeth Competition-winning pianist Boris Giltburg. His first release on the label, in February 2015, will be a recital disc of Schumann: Papillons, Carnaval and Davidsbündlertänze.Giltburg's recent recordings, on the Orchid Classics label, have been very well received in the music press:“His virtuosity is beyond question, but it is what he does with it that makes such a...

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  • Intermusica artists at the 2014 Verbier Festival

    Intermusica artists at the 2014 Verbier Festival

    Published: 18 July 2014

    All concerts will be broadcast live and available to watch online on Medici.tv. Daniil Trifonov performs Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov and Schumann on 20 July at the Salle des Combins. Sir Willard White sings Méphistophélès and Ruxandra Donose sings Marguerite in Le Damnation de Faust on 21 July, with the Verbier Festival Orchestra and Charles Dutoit. On 23 July, Mischa Maisky performs a morning recital with Lily Maisky of music by J.S. Bach,...

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  • Baldur Brönnimann conducts Philharmonia Orchestra at Three Choirs Festival

    Baldur Brönnimann conducts Philharmonia Orchestra at Three Choirs Festival

    Published: 17 July 2014

    Baldur Brönnimann returns to the Philharmonia Orchestra on 31 July for a concert at the annual Three Choirs Festival in Worcester Cathedral. The programme includes Elgar The Spirit of England, Vaughan Williams The Lark Ascending and a world premiere of a work commissioned jointly by the Festival and Chemnitz Opera, A Foreign Field, by German composer Torsten Rasch. The work is a memorial marking the centenary of the outbreak of World War One,...

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  • John Wilson conducts the Philharmonia at Three Choirs Festival

    John Wilson conducts the Philharmonia at Three Choirs Festival

    Published: 16 July 2014

    John Wilson conducts the Philharmonia Orchestra at the Three Choirs Festival on 30 July at Worcester Cathedral. Featuring Walton’s Henry V in the second half, the programme begins with Richard Strauss’s Don Juan and Korngold’s Violin Concerto with soloist Andrew Haveron. This marks Wilson’s third concert with the Philharmonia Orchestra this season, having conducted Johann Strauss’s Die Fledermaus at the Royal Festival Hall in April, then...

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  • Ingrid Fliter makes BBC Proms debut with BBC Symphony Orchestra

    Ingrid Fliter makes BBC Proms debut with BBC Symphony Orchestra

    Published: 14 July 2014

    One of Ingrid Fliter’s highlights this season sees the Argentinean pianist make her BBC Proms debut on 28 July with the BBC Symphony Orchestra and conductor Josep Pons. She performs Mozart Piano Concerto No.23 K.488, a piece that she played earlier this season with Edo de Waart and the Royal Flemish Philharmonic.The concert will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 3 and filmed for deferred BBC4 broadcast.Fliter’s recent Chopin recording is still...

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  • Thierry Fischer conducts three Welsh ensembles for BBC Proms

    Thierry Fischer conducts three Welsh ensembles for BBC Proms

    Published: 13 July 2014

    Thierry Fischer conducts the BBC National Chorus of Wales, the National Youth Choir of Wales and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales at the Royal Albert Hall for the BBC Proms on 27 July. Fischer, Principal Conductor of the BBC NOW from 2006-2012, conducts the ensemble in music by Duruflé, Ravel and Holt. Simon Holt’s flute concerto, Morpheus Wakes, was specially written for soloist Emmanuel Pahud, who gives the pieces its world premiere at the...

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