• Anneleen Lenaerts to perform at the opening concert of the Moritzburg Festival

    World renowned harpist Anneleen Lenaerts will be returning to the Moritzburg Festival, this time to perform at the opening concert of the 2018 edition on 11 August. Performing Mozart’s Concerto for Flute and Harp, she will be joined by flutist Marina Piccinini, the Moritzburg Festival Orchestra and conductor Josep Caballé Domenech.

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  • Laurence Equilbey in the New York Times

    “A pioneer” – thus wrote the New York Times in describing conductor Laurence Equilbey, in their feature interview ahead of her performances of Haydn’s Die Schöpfung at Lincoln Center this week. Equilbey will be making her highly-anticipated Mostly Mozart Festival début with her Insula orchestra and accentus choir, and the three performances of Haydn’s celebrated oratorio this week will also feature stage direction by the renowned director Carlus Padrissa of the Catalan theater collective La Fura dels Baus.

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  • Anna Tsybuleva tours the Far East

    Anna Tsybuleva will make her debut with the Asian Youth Orchestra during a month long tour of the Far East performing Rachmaninov’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini with the orchestra’s Artistic Director Richard Pontzious. The tour will start on 3 August in Hong Kong followed by China (Xian, Zhongshan and Beijing), Philippines (Manilla), Taiwan (Chiayi City and Taipei) and finishing the tour in Japan’s Opera City in Tokyo on 25 August.

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  • Alexander Chausian debuts at the PyeongChang Music Festival

    Alexander Chausian’s will make his PyeongChang Festival debut at the Alpensia Concert Hall on 25 & 26 July. He will be joined by Freddy Kempf, Maxim Rysanov and Boris Brovtsyn to perform Dvorak’s Piano Quartet No 2. Chaushian will also be performing Spohr’s Nonett and Korngold’s Piano Quintet, Op 15. During his residency at the Alpensia Resort he will also present three masterclasses.

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  • Alena Baeva returns to Ohrid Festival

    Making a welcome return to the idyllic Macedonian town of Ohrid, Alena will be joined by pianist Vadym Kholodenko for a recital at the Ohrid Festival. Performing in The Church of Saint Sophia on 20 July, the programme will include Beethoven’s Violin Sonata No 3, Debussy’s Violin Sonata in G minor and Paderewski’s Violin Sonata, Op 13.

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  • Stephen Kovacevich performs at The Martha Argerich Festival in Hamburg

    We are proud to announce that Stephen will be performing at the inaugural concert of ‘The Martha Argerich Festival’ – a newly established festival by Symphoniker Hamburg. The performance will take place on 25 June at the Laeiszhalle. Martha Argerich will join Stephen for a performance of Debussy’s L’Apres Midi d’un faune, followed by his acclaimed interpretation of Schubert’s B flat major sonata, D960.

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  • Hugh Wolff returns to Aspen Music Festival

    Hugh Wolff makes a welcome return to the prestigious Aspen Music Festival in June and July. As well as being on the faculty for the Aspen Conducting Academy, Wolff will perform two concerts on 29 June and on 5 July.

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