• Alexander Krichel performs live on NDR Kultur Radio

    Alexander Krichel will be performing in one of the NDR Kultur Foyerkonzerte on 18 December at 6pm European time at the NDR Radiohaus in Hamburg. The concert will see him perform excerpts from Ravel’s Miroirs and Gaspard de la nuit, Liszt’s transcriptions of Schubert’s Ständchen and Erlkönig, as well as talk to NDR’s Ludwig Hartmann about his love and passion for music. The whole concert will be livestreamed. Audience members are also warmly invited to ask him questions.

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  • Antoni Wit rings in the New Year in Krakow

    This New Year Antoni Wit will reunite with Krakow Philharmonic Orchestra for a series of concerts celebrating the start of 2018. The programme is a mixture of popular Polish and European classics, including Moniuszko’s Leokadia (recorded by Antoni Wit with the Warsaw Philharmonic and released earlier this year on Naxos), extracts from Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake and a selection of Strauss waltzes.

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  • Stephen Kovacevich makes his Mariinsky debut

    Stephen’s first ever visit to the city of St Petersburg will see him make his long awaited debut at the Mariinsky Theatre by invitation of Valery Gergiev. The recital, that forms part of the acclaimed Mariinsky International Piano Festival,will take place on 22 December and will include works by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms and Schubert.

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  • Anneleen Lenaerts to perform in Berlin’s Konzerthaus, in Vienna’s Musikverein and at the Moritzburg Festival

    The renowned harpist Anneleen Lenaerts, will appear in three chamber music concerts this week, starting with a performance on 12 December at the Werner-Otto Saal in Belin’s Konzerthaus.

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  • Marius Stravinsky debuts with Munich Radio Symphony Orchestra

    Marius Stravinsky will be making his debut with the Munich Radio Symphony Orchestra during a series of seven concerts on 6, 8 and 9 December. In the spirit of Christmas these will be family concerts during which Stravinsky will conduct excerpts from Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker. The performance will take place at Studio 1, Funkhaus in Munich.

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  • Hugh Wolff returns to National Orchestra of Belgium

    Hugh Wolff returns as Music Director of the National Orchestra of Belgium on 8 December 2017, to lead the orchestra in a performance of Mahler’s last complete Symphony, Symphony No 9.

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  • John Nelson returns to China

    Following the success of the Butterfly Lovers tour with the RPO at the beginning of the season, John Nelson is back in China this month for concerts with the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra and the Hangzhou Philharmonic.

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  • Alena Baeva debuts at Lincoln Center

    Alena will make her debut with the American Symphony Orchestra at New York’s Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center on 7 December 2017 with Bacewicz’s Violin Concerto No 7 conducted by the orchestra’s Music Director Leon Botstein. The programme will also include Martinu’s Symphony No 6 and Schnittke’s Symphony No 5.

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  • Laurence Equilbey and Insula orchestra perform Mozart and Schubert

    Laurence Equilbey will conduct the great final symphonies by Mozart and Schubert in a series of concerts in Poland and France at the end of November in a programme entitled "Les Ultimes".

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  • Launch of Warner recording of Berlioz’s Les Troyens, conducted by John Nelson

    John Nelson, an acknowledged master of Berlioz, conducts a magnificent cast of singers, including Joyce DiDonato, Michael Spyres and Marie-Nicole Lemieux, together with the Strasbourg Philharmonic Orchestra and the choruses of the Opéra National du Rhin, Badischer Staatsopernchor and the Choeur Philharmonique de Strasbourg, in a new recording of the complete version of Les Troyens, due to be launched on 24 November.

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  • Dylan Corlay returns to the Orchestre National d’Île de France

    Dylan Corlay conducts three concerts with the Orchestre National d’Île de France in the Paris region, with an exciting programme featuring young French soloists, in particular the prize-winning and very popular young French trumpeter, Lucienne Renaudin-Vary. The opening work, Mendelssohn’s Hebrides Overture, is followed by three concerti: Haydn’s Trumpet Concerto in E flat, Camille Saint-Saëns’s first cello concerto, and Francis Poulenc’s Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra.

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