Soloist Radu Lupu performs Mozart's Piano Concerto No 19, KV 459 with the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie, under the baton of David Zinman, taking place at the Imperial Hall in Munich.
Antoni Wit conducts the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra in performances of Chopin's Piano Concertos No 1, Op 11 and No 2, Op 21. Soloists are Nikolai Demidenko and Evgeny Kissin.
Ying Li performs Allegro Energico, Spring Thaw', and Off-beat Waltz from John Burge's Twenty-Four Preludes, Johannes Brahms's Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Handel, Op 24, and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Sonata No 13 in B-flat major.
The Boy with the Wig: Kids on Mozart explores children's fascination with the composer. The 30-minute film features boys and girls aged between eight and eleven recounting his life through humour and serious interpretations of Mozart's biography.
Roberto Prosseda performs Mozart's Piano Sonata No 5 (KV 283) and four Impromptus, Op 90, by Franz Schubert. The performance finishes with Chopin's technically demanding Ballade No 4, Op 52.
Bernhard Haitink conducts the Berlin Philharmonic and the Ernst Senff Choir in a performance of Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 2 at the Berliner Philharmonie in 1992.
A dedication to music of Italian composers and performed by Italian musicians on Italian instruments, covering four centuries of music, from Girolamo Frescobaldi and Antonio Vivaldi to more contemporary music by Ennio Morricone and Azio Corghi.
Olivier Latry, current holder of the Great Organ of Notre Dame, plays Pierre Cochereau's Boléro, Louis Vierne's Carillon of Westminster and Scherzo.
Cellist Gabriel Schwabe and pianist Nicholas Rimmer perform Franz Schubert's Arpeggione Sonata, D. 821 and Camille Saint-Saëns' Swan from the Carnival of the Animals at the Schinkel Pavillon in Berlin.
Over the course of 19 days, the best youth orchestras in the world led by great conductors, and flanked by virtuoso soloists, guaranteed exciting and inspiring concert performances at the Young Euro Classical 2017.
Rogerio Tutti and his orchestra perform a mix of famous pop, jazz, and classical tunes, from Russian melodies by Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff to warm Latin sounds by South American composers.
Franz Welser-Möst conducts the Cleveland Orchestra in a performance of Bruckner's Symphony No 7. The work occupies a singularly important place in the composer's output. It was with this piece that Bruckner finally achieved widespread recognition and it has remained one of his most popular works....
The Italian pianist Roberto Prosseda is particularly noted for his performances of newly discovered works by Felix Mendelssohn. Moreover, Prosseda is particularly praised for his interpretations of Mozart.
Venezuelan pianist Gabriela Montero is accompanied by the Youth Orchestra of the Americas, conducted by Carlos Miguel Prieto. Including Maurice Ravel's Piano Concerto in G Major, as well as two of Montero's own works: the Latin Concerto.
This concert may be called a meeting of musical giants: Manfred Honeck conducts the Berlin Philharmonic while cellist Yo-Yo Ma features as soloist. Success guaranteed when these artists take the stage..
Musical critics from North America, Europe, and Russia praise Nalchik-born pianist Misha Fomin for his subtlety of touch and phrasing. He graduated cum laude from the Gnessin's Russian Academy of Music, Moscow.
Italian Pianist Michelle Candotti performs Liszt's Ballade No 2, Verdi/Liszt's Don Carlos: `Coro di Festa e Marcia Funèbre', and Verdi/Liszt, `Ernani: Paraphrase de Concert' during the semi finals of the International Liszt.
On September 19, 2012, Liège, reopened its Opera house. The season opens with Stradella, the uncompleted work of the youth of the composer César Franck, who was born and raised in Liège.
Claude Debussy's symphonic sketches for orchestra known collectively as `La Mer' evoke a richly varied vision of the sea.
Schwetzingen is a tiny town near Heidelberg which has a famous palace with magnificent gardens, not unlike those at Versailles.
Performed in the grandeur of Berlin's foremost opera house, the Staatsoper Unter den Linden, the `Mozart Celebration' is dedicated to the life's work of the famous composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Claude Debussy's `La Mer', masterpiece of suggestion and subtlety, richly depicts the ocean.
Two musical friends go on a wondrous journey through the world of Saint-Saëns's `The Carnival of the Animals', a humorous musical suite of fourteen movements.
A portrait of a very special vocalist and of two exceptional composers. When Philippe Jaroussky, whose angelic voice seems almost timeless and not belonging to any one epoque or decade, sings works by Telemann and Bach.
Italian pianist Riccardo Schwartz was born in Milan in 1986 and completed his studies at the Conservatorio of Milan as a student of acclaimed musicians such as Riccardo Risaliti, Leonardo Leonardi, and Annibale Rebaudengo. He graduated with Honorable Mention and continued his piano studies at the...