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    Saturday I night I hope I will be going to a concert and these will be played:
    Vivaldi The Four Seasons, Spring
    Haydn Serenade for Strings in F, Opus 3, No 5
    Vivaldi Two Violin Concerto in A minor
    Bach Two Violin Concerto in D minor, BWV 1043
    Gardel Scent of a Woman
    Paganini Campanella
    Paganini Variations on a Theme from Rossini's Moses in Egypt
    Handel 'Largo' from Xerxes
    Brahms Hungarian Dance No 5 in G minor

    The violinist is Attilla Sautov with the Mueller International Chamber Orchestra.
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    Rodion Shchedrin: Concerto No.2 for orchestra (The Chimes) (London premiere)
    Nicolay Yakovlevich Myaskovsky: Silentium, Op.9 (London premiere)
    Interval
    Edison Denisov: Bells in the fog (London premiere)
    Sergey Rachmaninov: The Bells (Choral Symphony)

    Anyone going to this magnificent 'bell-themed' evening at the Royal Festival Hall on Sept. 29th ? Russian/premieres/the best Rachmaninov; doesn't get much better !
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    I work with the LA Phil sometimes, so I have great access to concerts. But I am especially looking forward to:

    Vogt Plays Rachmaninoff
    Liadov: The Enchanted Lake
    Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 2
    Sibelius: Symphony No. 2 Vogt Plays Rachmaninoff

    and

    Capuçon Plays Korngold
    Oct 26, 27, 28
    Korngold: Violin Concerto
    Mahler: Symphony No. 5

    ...but I'm very lucky, I hope to see a bunch of shows this season!

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    Oh, duh - if anyone is interested in learning more, tix and such are here:

    http://laphil.com/Rachmaninoff
    http://laphil.com/Korngold

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    For our Aussie friends, Bang on a Can will be in Sydney and Melbourne in early November.

    http://bangonacan.org/events

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    I'm going to a children's concert called the "PhilharMonster" this afternoon. This is an annual event. The children have a costume contest beforehand. The conductor always makes a grand entrance in some costume (I've seen him as Spiderman and Mario). The orchestra is also in costume. The program is assorted and appropriate spooky music. This year, they are performing Lemony Snicket's "The Composer is Dead," which I'm looking forward to seeing live.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vH_82oGKIVQ (part 1 of 3)
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    On thursday 1. nov. Im going to see Rachnmaninoff Piano Concerto no.3 (Denis Matsujev) And symphony 4 by Carl Nielsen
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    Great performance by Denis Matsuev! I hope i see more of him..
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    Past is past Next Month Guns n' Roses Live concert in bangalore December- 07- 2012, So i have plan to go there. dont miss it. rock and roll fans @)

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    Just booked to go see the Halle, again in Manchester
    Karl-Heinz Steffens conducting

    Grieg Four Norwegian Dances
    Haydn Trumpet Concerto
    Dvorák Symphony No.9, ‘From the New World’
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    Default Guns n Roses in Bangalore | Mumbai | Gurgaon

    Quote Originally Posted by Kbmanonymous View Post
    What are some exciting concerts you plan on going to in the future. On jan 30th im going to the preforming arts center at purchase college to see Vadim Gluzman and the orpheus chamber orchestra....im excited one of the songs there playing is by Penderecki
    Coming December 2012, Guns n Roses going to perform in India. So i already sold the tickets. am waiting for that unbelievable movement. I hope they performing well. what your suggestion. moozentertainment.com is going to present there major cities in India. Bangalore, Mumbai, Gurgaon.

    Schedule on below:
    Bangalore: December-07-2012
    Mumbai: December-09-2012
    Delhi(Gurgaon): December-12-2012

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    Just ordered tickets to a Piano Recital by "Iskra Mantcheva" 23/01/13.

    She is playing stuff by Chopin & Liszt. Never heard of the pianist before, so I'm a bit nervous..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravndal View Post
    Just ordered tickets to a Piano Recital by "Iskra Mantcheva" 23/01/13.

    She is playing stuff by Chopin & Liszt. Never heard of the pianist before, so I'm a bit nervous..
    And so you should be, after seeing this...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIMVjeOR7qA

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    Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.

    the tickets is a birthday gift to my stepfather. he knows very little about classical music.

    Funny thing is... In her biography it says that she has been taking "masterclasses" with evgeny kissin & leif ove andsnes. <- which does not reflect at all in her playing. and that is a good thing! rather listen to some weird rubato than a metronomic copy of a piece
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