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  • He has collaborated with conductors such as Abbado,

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  • He has collaborated with conductors such as Abbado,

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  • Mitsuko Uchida, working with Abbado for the first time, was the soloist, muscular, springy, fiery and poetic.

    Lucerne Festival Orchestra; Xerxes; La bohème – review

  • Those performances are now being divided among Marcello Lehninger, the BSO's assistant conductor; Roberto Abbado; and the rising young Latvian superstar Andris Nelsons, who on March 17 is scheduled to make his BSO debut conducting Mahler's Ninth Symphony at Carnegie Hall.

    After string of cancellations, Boston maestro James Levine resigns

  • A common observation of Abbado's Bruckner has been that it is "un-Germanic" or "Italianate".

    Lucerne Festival Orchestra; Xerxes; La bohème – review

  • Abbado, taking a modest bow in the face of noisy applause – and on both nights a standing ovation – stood quietly among his players, unwilling to take centre stage.

    Lucerne Festival Orchestra; Xerxes; La bohème – review

  • They are perhaps not so convincing in the G major concerto – Aimard's playing does not have quite the range of colour and gradations of touch that Zimerman, and before him Michelangeli (on EMI), bring to the piano writing, nor the infectious energy of Argerich's performance with Abbado (DG again).

    Ravel: The Piano Concertos; Miroirs - review

  • For ticket buyers in Washington, where the Washington Performing Arts Society is sponsoring the BSO's March appearance, the cancellation has a silver lining: Abbado will conduct a completely different program.

    After string of cancellations, Boston maestro James Levine resigns

  • As the prime stage attraction before a paying concert audience, Mr. Levine, his head often deep in the score during a performance, could not match the unaffected elegance of an Abbado or a Muti or the visionary programming and persona of a Bernstein.

    The Met's Rock of Ages

  • The third, the pianist's first concerto recording, was more popularly oriented: Rachmaninoff favorites with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, albeit under the highly regarded Milanese intellectual Claudio Abbado, with whom she had appeared at the Lucerne Festival.

    The Fast and the Serious

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