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Cyrill Ibrahim Apr 10
A bit of - tomorrow recording in
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Music History Jul 7
in 1791 is given the Mus. D. degree at Oxford.
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Quartet Berlin-Tokyo May 30
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Kidderminster Choral Mar 29
Great rehearsal last night, so it's all set to be a wonderful concert tomorrow!
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𝓘𝓿𝓪𝓷 𝓘𝓵𝓲𝓬 Aug 2
🚨 CD out today! 🥳🎇🎈🙌🎶🎹 order/listen here:
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Haydn Society of GB Mar 31
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RSK Classical Jun 25
Recommended recording for this simply stunning box of treasures played by Vienna Chamber Orchestra/Ernst Märzendorfer and put together with love from Scribendum Recordings - read the full review here from
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Haydn Society of GB Aug 7
"The Nelson Mass is rubbish" 😂
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Treske Ensemble Jun 6
Really enjoyed our concert at Westbourne Music! Looking forward to our next recital at the Llandeilo Festival!
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AAM Aug 3
Tonight, we take to the stage at Milton Abbey International Music Festival once again for our Gala Festival performance of ’s oratorio, The Creation. 

 We’re delighted to be joined by , conductor and soprano . What a line-up! 🌟
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Polyphony Arts May 3
Overwhelmed by lush music right now! Concert TONIGHT, 7.30pm, Kings Hall, Newcastle Uni.
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Pearls of Art Music Sep 13
(1732-1809): String Quartets Op. 77. No. 2. One of Haydn's last two completed quartets, dedicated to Prince Lobkowitz. Performed by the Quatuor Mosaiques.
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EUCO Apr 15
And to follow Barber, continuing the tragic mood, comes Symphony 44 of , the Trauer (translated as Funeral!)....... is anyway looking forward to a very busy tour.
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Blanaid Murphy May 16
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MozartCircleConcerts Sep 14
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Hoylake Choral Society Jun 7
Just one day away now, tickets will be on the door...
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Cyrill Ibrahim Apr 11
Excited to record - on a train
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Berliner Philharmoniker Jun 10
Experience Michael Sanderling conducting ’s Symphony No. 7 and ’s Cello Concerto No. 2 with soloist Bruno Delepelaire, new in the archive! 🎶
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John Vasquez Sep 15
Embarrassing article - perpetuating every existent myth about Haydn while we also get to hear what this guy thought about the first minute of each symphony while he has half-paying attention, before he stopped listening altogether.
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Mike McCaffrey Sep 11
Always one of my favorite chapters of the Story, this full background of his elevation to Doctor of Music from Oxford highlights one of the high points of his life!
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