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Cancelled - Francesco Piemontesi & Beethoven
Between Mozart and Rossini
Christian Tetzlaff & Beethoven / Mahler 4
A sky full of violins
Cancelled - Lise de la Salle & Beethoven / Mendelssohn 5
Victor Julien-Laferrière & Schumann
Symphonic chamber music
Schubert 3 & Sibelius 3
In addition to three operas, two masses and at least 150 songs, Schubert also composed his Second and Third Symphonies in 1815, the year he turned 18.
Radio concert - Arabella Steinbacher & Dvořák
“It is wonderful, at this time of far too much reflection, to encounter such a seemingly naive, joyously creative talent as Dvořák,” so said the Viennese music critic Eduard Hanslick.
Cornelius Meister & Wagner
Wagner composed the Siegfried-Idyll, which he originally titled Tribschener Idyll, in 1870 as a surprise gift for the 33rd birthday of his wife, Cosima Liszt.
Karthaüser & Mozart / Dvořák 6
The Belgian soprano Sophie Karthäuser hardly needs an introduction: for over twenty years, she’s been renowned as one of the most sublime interpreters of Mozart in the European opera and concert world.