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  • As in Schubert's 9th Symphony that ended the concert, the playing was beautifully manicured, yet rather faceless, lively but lacking in physicality.

    Berlin Philharmonic/Rattle Southbank- review

  • Tenor William Burden's restrained and mellifluous performance as a very life-like Peter Quint also as narrator in the Prologue was, if not quite sympathetic, not entirely sinister as the "older man" who entices the boy Miles, in a manner not dissimilar to Schubert's initially seductive but later insistent Erlkönig.

    Rodney Punt: Turn of the Screw Gets a Stunning New Turn at LA Opera

  • As Masako tries to cheer Yuzo in the bandshell after being denied tickets to hear Schubert's Unfinished Symphony, she suggests they pretend.

    Help us dream beautiful dreams

  • After his performance, many in the audience left, with probably 200 empty seats for what may have been the best individual performance of the two nights - Schubert's #9 symphony.

    Oh, Vienna

  • As Masako tries to cheer Yuzo in the bandshell after being denied tickets to hear Schubert's Unfinished Symphony, she suggests they pretend.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Wigmore Hall, LondonChristopher Maltman brought his survey of Schubert's late song cycles to a close with this considered, strikingly unusual performance of Schwanengesang, the composer's final collection, writes Tim Ashley

    Betrand Chamayou – review

  • The most moving music I heard was Dame Mitsuko Uchida's recital of Schubert's last three piano sonatas, D. 958-960, in which she went from thunderous hammer chords to the most delicate of quiet runs, with each voice of the counterpoint distinct, and distinctly this great artist's.

    Salzburg's Summer of Shadows and Shakespeare

  • On Aug. 17, pianist Christopher O'Riley performs Liszt reconceptions and arrangements, including his "Réminiscences de Don Juan de Mozart," "Isolde's Liebestod" and his piano arrangements of Schubert's "Frühlingsglaube" and Schumann's "Frülingsnacht."

    At the Ravinia Festival, A Liszt of Subtle Works

  • New Liturgical Movement: Schubert's Salve Regina skip to main | skip to sidebar

    Schubert's Salve Regina

  • From the serene, piano solo opening of Schubert's Arpeggione Sonata, her sense of equilibrium – musical and physical – held all in balance and grabbed our attention.

    Antonio Meneses and Maria João Pires; La traviata – review

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