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SalzburgFrançois Leleux / Lisa Batiashvili / Chamber Orchestra of Europe

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Mozart, Bellini
Chamber Orchestra of Europe; François Leleux; Lisa Batiashvili

SalzburgSeong-Jin Cho / Chamber Orchestra of Europe

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Chamber Orchestra of Europe; Andrés Orozco-Estrada; Seong-Jin Cho

SalzburgDeutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin mit Fazıl Say

Bernstein, Mozart, Tchaikovsky
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin; Yutaka Sado; Fazıl Say

SalzburgCamerata Salzburg

Camerata Salzburg; Gregory Ahss; Giovanni Guzzo

SalzburgMozart: Requiem

Clyne, Mozart
Camerata Salzburg; Benjamin Hartmann; Julie Fuchs; Emily D'Angelo; Sunnyboy Dladla; Nahuel Di Pierro

SalzburgSheku Kanneh-Mason

Haydn, Mozart
Camerata Salzburg; Sheku Kanneh-Mason; Gregory Ahss
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Salzburg Barbiere is an exuberant celebration of old movies

Despite some forgivable excesses, Nicola Alaimo and Cecilia Bartoli led a dream cast for a fun, engaging performance of Rossini's classic.

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Bluebeard as psychothriller in Castellucci's mismatched double bill

Romeo Castellucci's intense production of Bartók's opera reaps its rewards in the performance under Teodor Currentzis, but Carl Orff's opera-oratorio De temporum fine comoedia feels little more than a drab filler. 
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Berlin Philharmonic shines in glory at the Salzburg Festival

There was a knowing inevitability in the Berliners' athletic performance of Schubert's “Great” C major Symphony.
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A joy to behold: Evgeny Kissin on a roll at the Salzburg Festival

An extraordinary evening in the Großes Festspielhaus as the pianist draws his audience in for a marathon recital of Berg, Gershwin and Chopin. 
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West-Eastern Divan Orchestra shows its stars at the Salzburg Festival

Daniel Barenboim offered an unusually Germanic take on César Franck, while section leaders Michael Barenboim and Kian Soltani pulled double duty as soloists in Brahms' Double Concerto.
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A hole in the heart: Salzburg Festival’s new Don Giovanni

The pairing of controversial director and bad-boy conductor brings some thrills but the Salzburg Festival's new Don Giovanni proves disappointingly uninvolving. 
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