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Beethoven: Piano Trios Op.70 No.2 & Op.97 'Archduke' - Isabelle Faust, Jean-Guihen Queyras, Alexander Melnikov, L.V. Beethoven

By giving the stringed instruments the status of genuinely equal partners with the piano, it was Beethoven who gave the piano trio the form it was to retain throughout the 19th century. This album presents the composer's last two works in the genre, Op.70

Philharmonia Orchestra, Royal Festival Hall, London – review

The Philharmonia’s Brahms cycle concludes with a programme that includes a brave choice.

Richard Goode, Wigmore Hall, London

The pianist was the second in a week to tackle Debussy’s ‘Préludes’ on a London stage.

Tempest Flute Trio & Sally Wigan: Monday Platform - Wigmore Hall

The Tempest Flute Trio performed brilliantly to a packed and hugely appreciative audience in the Queen Elizabeth Hall Front Room in last January’s PLG Young Artists New Year Series. Formed at the Royal Northern College of Music, the Tempest Trio won the

Leonard Elschenbroich: Schumann, Mark Simpson and Prokofiev - Wigmore Hall

Leonard Elschenbroich became a BBC New Generation Artist in October 2012, the latest in a glittering array of accolades and opportunities to come the young German cellist’s way since he was presented with the Leonard Bernstein Prize at the 2009 Schleswi

25th Anniversary Box - Osiris Trio

This five-CD box set is released to celebrate the 25th anniversary of leading Dutch piano trio, the Osiris Trio. Their discography encompasses two centuries of repertoire for piano trio and this collection reflects the full range - from Haydn to a disc of

Ingrid Fuzjko Hemming Piano Recital 2014 - Cadogan Hall

Ingrid Fuzjko Hemming returns to Cadogan Hall for a special one off performance. Japan’s legendary and best loved concert pianist is performing with special guest Vasko Vassilev, the Concertmaster of the Royal Opera House and Bulgaria’s most popular v

Leonardo Vinci: Alto Arias - Filippo Mineccia

When he revived 'Artaserse' by Leonardo Vinci last year, the countertenor Max Emanuel Cencic did not revive just any forgotten opera, but a work calling for five countertenors. Then, if not before, it must have become clear to everyone how large the hype

Freddy Morgan Piano Recitals - Purcell Room, Southbank Centre

Hear talented young musicians from The Purcell School, Britain's oldest specialist school for talented young musicians, perform an eclectic programme of works written for piano. The School holds the UNESCO Mozart Gold Medal in recognition of its unique

Decoda - Barbican

This March, the Barbican Weekender returns to explore image and identity through arts and technology. How have these shaped how we see ourselves? Vibrant New York Chamber Collective Decoda presents a free family concert for you to explore Brahms’ Cla