Sol Gabetta, Sylvain Cambreling / Kammerorchester Basel — Bern, 2020-01-22

Concert review, ★★★½, Sol Gabetta, Sylvain Cambreling, Kammerorchester Basel @ Casino, Bern, 2020-01-22 — Stravinsky: Concerto in D for string orchestra (“Basle Concerto”); Rihm: Concerto in G (World Premiere); Mendelssohn: Symphony No.3 in A minor, op.56, “Scottish”
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Berlin Piano Trio — Brugg, 2018-12-01

Concert review, Berlin Piano Trio @ Zimmermannhaus, Brugg, 2018-12-01 — Rihm: “Fremde Szene II” for Piano Trio (1982 – 1984); Schumann: Piano Trio No.1 in D minor, op.63; Weinberg: Piano Trio in A minor, op.24


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Gatti, Concertgebouw / Rihm, Bruckner — KKL Lucerne, 2017-09-04

Concert review, Daniele Gatti, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra @ KKL Lucerne, 2017-09-04 — Wolfgang Rihm (*1952): IN-SCHRIFT; Anton Bruckner (1824 – 1896): Symphony No.9 in D minor, WAB 109


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Boulez Memorial Concert — KKL Lucerne, 2016-03-20

Concert report: Pierre Boulez Memorial at KKL Lucerne, 2016-03-20, with Matthias Pintscher / Alumni of the Lucerne Festival Academy, Yeree Suh — Boulez: “Don”, from “Pli selon pli”; Berg: Three Pieces for Orchestra, op.6; Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps; Boulez: Mémoriale (… explosante-fixe … Originel)


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Camerata Zurich: Rihm, «Erscheinung» — Tonhalle, 2015-11-21

Concert Review: Igor Karško (viola) and the Camerata Zurich at the Tonhalle Zurich, playing compositions by Rossini (String Sonata No.1), Beethoven (Eyeglasses Duet), Wolfgang Rihm (Erscheinung), and Franz Schubert (String Quartet No.15 in G major, D.887)


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