• Hugh Wolff conducts Independence Day Concert in Brussels

    Hugh Wolff will conduct the Belgian National Orchestra for a special Independence Day Concert on 20 July. Performing at BOZAR (Palais des Beaux-Arts) in Brussels, the programme will feature Beethoven’s Egmont (overture) and Piano Concerto No 4, and Kodaly’s Galanta Dances.

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  • Joseph Bastian is awarded Eugen-Jochum-Preis 2019

    Joseph Bastian has been awarded the Eugen-Jochum-Preis 2019 for conducting. Bastian was awarded the prize during a concert in the Max-Joseph-Saal in Munich, where he was conducting the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks in a chamber programme of Boulez, Reich, Takemitsu, and Berio.

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  • Laurence Equilbey's Mozart Requiem earns rave reviews

    Directing her own Accentus choir and Insula orchestra, Laurence Equilbey’s performances of Mozart’s Requiem have earned superb reviews in Seen and Heard International and Concerti.

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  • Cem Mansur tours with Turkish National Youth Philharmonic

    Cem Mansur tours Europe later this month, directing the Turkish National Youth Philharmonic with concerts in Berlin’s Konzerthaus (Jul 24) and the Chiostro Galleria Arte Moderna di Palermo, Sicily (Jul 27 and Aug 3).

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  • Marc Coppey returns to the Deutsche Kammerakademie

    Following his stellar performances in 2017, Marc Coppey returns to the Deutsche Kammerakademie in a series of concerts. He will first conduct a programme with a selection of orchestral and vocal works (with soprano Emilie Pictet) in Jüchen on 27 June and Neuss on 28 June.

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  • Moné Hattori tours with NHK Symphony Orchestra

    Violinist Moné Hattori will tour Japan with the NHK Symphony Orchestra, with performances in Obihiro (July 8), Kushiro (July 9), Kitami (July 11), Asahikawa (July 12), and Sapporo (July 13).

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  • Alena Baeva makes Royal Liverpool Philharmonic debut

    Alena Baeva will perform Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall on 29 June, marking her debut with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.

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  • Stephen Kovacevich tours Australia and New Zealand

    Making a long-awaited return ‘down under’, Stephen will begin his four week tour in Christchurch performing at The Piano on 9 July.

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  • Dmitry Sitkovetsky performs at the Blaricum Festival

    The 2019 Blaricum Festival will see Dmitry Sitkovetsky joined by Maxim Rysanov and Dóra Kokas, to perform Schnittke’s String Trio and Bach’s Goldberg Variations (arranged by Dmitry Sitkovetsky). The concert will take place at Vituskerk, Blaricum on 2 July.

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