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Frankfurt Radio Symphony | "40. Dresdner Musikfestspiele"

Dresden
Kulturpalast 08:00 PM

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Frankfurt Radio Symphony | "Spotlight"

Frankfurt
Alte Oper 07:00 PM

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Frankfurt Radio Symphony

Frankfurt
Alte Oper 08:00 PM

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Frankfurt Radio Symphony

Frankfurt
Alte Oper 08:00 PM

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NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra

Hamburg
Elbphilharmonie 08:00 PM

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NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra

Hamburg
Elbphilharmonie 08:00 PM

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NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra | "Klassik kompakt"

Hamburg
Elbphilharmonie 06:00 PM

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Frankfurt Radio Symphony | "Kissinger Sommer"

Bad Kissingen
Max Littmann-Saal | Regentenbau 08:00 PM

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Frankfurt Radio Symphony | "Rheingau Music Festival"

Rheingau
Kloster Eberbach 07:00 PM

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Frankfurt Radio Symphony | "Rheingau Music Festival"

Rheingau
Kloster Eberbach 07:00 PM

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Colombian Youth Philharmonic | Kultursommer Nordhessen | "First European Tour"

Kassel
Kongress Palais - Stadthalle, Festsaal 08:00 PM

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Colombian Youth Philharmonic | "First European Tour"

Stuttgart
Liederhalle, Beethovensaal 08:00 PM

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Colombian Youth Philharmonic | "Rheingau Musik Festival" | "First European Tour"

Wiesbaden
Kurhaus 08:00 PM

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Andrés Orozco-Estrada returns to the podium of the Munich Philharmonia

Andrés Orozco-Estrada is soon returning to the podium with the Munich Philharmonia in March and April to give two subscription concerts. Following the enthusiastic reception to his début performance there in May 2010 as understudy to Christoph Eschenbach, including the Süddeutsche Zeitung's review entitled “Love Stories”, he received immediately a double repeat invitation to the Munich Philharmonia in the Gasteig. The concerts of 20 and 21 March will feature “Petrushka” and Concerto in D for Violin, two important works by Igor Stravinsky. The soloist is the outstanding violinist Thomas Zehetmair, who will also start the evening with Bach's Concerto in E BWV 1042. In the concerts of 3 and 4 April Andrés Orozco-Estrada and the Munich Philharmonia will range from Bach to Dvořák. The young Frenchman David Fray, praised for his interpretations of Bach, will give a performance of Bach's Piano Concerto in D minor BWV 1052 framed by Haydn's Symphony No. 26 in D minor “Lamentatione” and Dvořák's Symphony No. 7 in D minor op. 70.

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