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20 July 2013

Alberto Ginastera: Concerto per corde
Australian Chamber Orchestra / Patricia Kopatchinskaja
Town Hall, Wollongong, Australia
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Alberto Ginastera: Estancia, Dances from Estancia
Georgisches Kammerorchester Ingolstadt
Klenzepark, Ingolstadt, Germany

Benjamin Britten: Canticle II "Abraham and Isaac"
Aspen Contemporary Ensemble / Sydney Hodkinson
Harris Concert Hall, Aspen, CO, USA

Christopher Rouse: Rapture
Boston Symphony Orchestra / Andris Nelsons
Lenox, MA, USA

Benjamin Britten: Saint Nicolas
Orchestra of WNO
Fishguard, United Kingdom

Benjamin Britten: Saint Nicolas
David Halls, tenor / Andrew Lumsden, piano / Southern Sinfonia / Sarah Baldock
Chichester Cathedral, Chichester, United Kingdom

Igor Stravinsky: Concerto in D
Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival
St. Francis Auditorium, Santa Fe, NM, USA
Harvey de Souza, violin I Daniel Hope, violin I Kathleen Brauer, violin I Jennifer Gilbert, violin II Benjamin Beilman, violin II L.P. How, violin II CarlaMaria Rodrigues, viola Lily Francis, viola Joseph Johnson, cello Nicholas Canellakis, cello Kristen Bruya, bass

Benjamin Britten: The Turn of the Screw
West Edge Opera / Jonathan Khuner
El Cerrito High School Center for the Performing Arts, El Cerrito, CA, USA
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Leonard Bernstein: West Side Story
Niederrheinische Sinfoniker / Mihkel Kütson
Schloss Rheydt, Mönchengladbach, Germany
excerpt: Balcony Scene

Igor Stravinsky: The Rite of Spring
Fundacao OSESP
Auditorio Claudio Santoro, São Paulo, Brazil
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Benjamin Britten: Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge
Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra / Zagreb String Quartet / Gianluca Martinenghi
Dubrovnik, Croatia

Benjamin Britten: Noye's Fludde
Student Orchestra of Pudong Youth and Children's Center / Nicholas Chalmers
LuJiaZui Central Green, Pudong, Shanghai, China, People's Republic of

Benjamin Britten: Noye's Fludde
Shanghai Symphony Orchestra
Shanghai, China, People's Republic of

Leonard Bernstein: West Side Story, Mambo
Georgisches Kammerorchester / Lavard Skou Larsen
Klenzepark, Open Air, Ingolstadt, Germany

Igor Stravinsky: Suite Italienne
Gary Hofmann, cello / Julien Quentin, piano
Eglise, Verbier, Switzerland

Karl Jenkins: Adiemus (Songs of Sanctuary), Adiemus (original version)
Leicester Philhamonic Choir & Leicester Symphony Orchestra / John Andrews
De Monfort Hall, Leicester, United Kingdom

James MacMillan: The Offered Christ (World Premiere)
Chichester Cathedral Choir
Chichester Cathedral, Chichester, United Kingdom

Mark Simpson: Echoes and Embers
Mark Simpson, clarinet
Duncombe Park, Ryedale, United Kingdom

Claude Vivier: Orion
Niederrheinische Sinfoniker / Mihkel Kütson
Kaiser-Friedrich-Halle, Mönchengladbach, Germany
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Sergei Rachmaninoff: Francesca da Rimini
Staatsorchester Stuttgart und Solisten der Oper Stuttgart / Sylvain Cambreling
Oper, Stuttgart, Germany
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Juan Crisóstomo de Arriaga: Die arabische Prinzessin, oder Das wiedergeschenkte Leben
Jens Kerbel , director / Kinder und Jugendchor des Theater Bonn / Kinder- und Jugendorchester / Ekaterina Klewitz
Halle Beuel, Alter Malersaal, Bonn, Germany
Bühne: Ansgar Baradoy, Kostüme: Mathilde Grebot
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Ned Rorem: Our Town
Ken Cazan, director / Central City Opera / Christopher Zemliauskas
Central City Opera House, Central City, CO, USA
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Henryk Górecki: Kleines Requiem für eine Polka
Brno Contemporary Orchestra / Pavel Snajdr
Krakow, Poland
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Benjamin Britten: Sinfonietta
Brno Contemporary Orchestra / Pavel Snajdr
Krakow, Poland
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Benjamin Britten: Albert Herring
Seagle Music Colony / R. Jason Smith
Oscar Seagle Memorial Theatre, Schroon Lake, NY, USA
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Benjamin Britten: The Turn of the Screw
Bath Philharmonia
St Swithin's Church, Bath, United Kingdom
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Martin Christoph Redel: Im Verborgenen
Nicole Pieper, mezzo-soprano
Funkturm des SWR, Sasbachwalden, Germany
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Igor Stravinsky: Petrushka
Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra / Matthias Pintscher
Walk Festival Hall, Jackson Hole, WY, USA
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Jacques Offenbach: La Vie parisienne (OEK critical edition)
Orchestre Région Avignon Provence
Salle Fontaine, Saint Paul les trois châteaux, France
excerpts: Ouvertüre, No. 15/ Couplet der Gabrielle
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John Adams: John's Book of Alleged Dances
Ballet Title: Der kleine Prinz
Dominique Dumais, choreographer / Ballett des Nationaltheaters Mannheim
Nationaltheater, Mannheim, Germany
stage, video: Tatyana van Walsum; light: Bonnie Beecher
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Sergei Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No.2 in C minor
Krerksakul Jaree, piano / Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra / Gudni A. Emilsson
Universität Mahidol, Bangkok, Thailand
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Gerald Finzi: Five Bagatelles (arr. for clarinet and string orchestra)
Dominic Stone (12th / 20th) & Jonathan Mash (19th / 21st) / Croydon Youth Orchestra / Bronia Parry
TBC, Bruges, Belgium
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Karl Jenkins: The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace (ensemble version)
The Village Singers / Rachel McCorry
Goss Croft Hall, Seagry, Chippenham, United Kingdom
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Igor Stravinsky: The Rite of Spring
Fabulous Beast Dance Theatre
Black Box Theatre, Galway, Eire
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Igor Stravinsky: The Rite of Spring
Akram Khan Company
Museumsquartier Halle E, Wien, Austria
Small excerpt
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Igor Stravinsky: Petrushka
Fabulous Beast Dance Theatre
Black Box Theatre, Galway, Eire
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BBC Proms Season 2013
Royal Albert Hall, London, United KingdomThis will be is the 119th year of the Proms and it still remains true to its original aim: to present the widest possible range of music, performed to the highest standards, to large audiences.


The first Proms concert took place on 10 August 1895 and was the brainchild of the impresario Robert Newman, manager of the newly built Queen's Hall in London.

While Newman had previously organised symphony orchestra concerts at the hall, his aim was to reach a wider audience by offering more popular programmes, adopting a less formal promenade arrangement, and keeping ticket prices low. Information taken from the BBC Proms Offical Website

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