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ComposerWorkConductorNotesOrchestra
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AdamsCity NoirJohn AdamsNew York
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AdamsCity NoirJohn AdamsSeattle
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AdamsEl NinoDavid RobertsonHouston
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AdamsHarmoniumJaap van ZwedenNew York
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AdamsMust the Devil Have All the Good Tunes?John AdamsSeattle
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AdamsMust the Devil Have All the Good Tunes?John AdamsSt. Louis
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AdamsMust the Devil Have All the Good Tunes? (La Phil Commission)Gustavo DudamelLos Angeles
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AdamsNaive and Sentimental Music (LA Phil Commission)John AdamsLos Angeles
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AdamsNew Work Michael Tilson ThomasSFS co-commission, world premiereSan Francisco
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AdamsNew Work Michael Tilson ThomasSFS Co-commissionSan Francisco
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AdamsOn the Transmigration of SoulsJakub HrusaCO PremiereCleveland
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AdamsScheherazade.2, Dramatic Symphony for Violin and OrchestraJohn AdamsPhiladelphia
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AdamsShort Ride in a Fast MachineJohn AdamsSeattle
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AdamsShort Ride in a Fast MachineStephane DeneveSt. Louis
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AdamsThe Chairman DancesEdo de WaartChicago
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AdamsThe CHairman DancesGemma NewDallas
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AdamsViolin ConcertoEdo de WaartSan Diego
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AdesConcerto for Piano and OrchestraThomas AdesLos Angeles
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AdesConcerto for Violin and Orchestra, Concentric PathsOsmo VanskaPSO PremierePittsburgh
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AdesDances from POwder Her FaceJakub HrusaChicago
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AdesLieux retrouves for cello and orchestraThomas AdesBoston
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AdesOverture, Waltz, and Finale from Powder Her FaceThomas SondergardCleveland
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AdesPiano ConcertoAlan GilbertCleveland
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AdolpheNew Work (World premiere, cso commission)Louis LangreeMahler’s Third Symphony was premiered in the U.S in 1914 by the CSO. The symphony’s movements have illustrative titles like “What the Flowers in the Meadow Tell Me,” and “What Love Tells Me.”
Mahler used text from Friedrich Nietzsche’s Also sprach Zarathustra: “The world is deep, and deeper than the day has thought.”
A new work from Julia Adolphe, whose music has been described as “alive with invention” (The New Yorker), proves we are ever looking forward.
Cincinnati
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AhoSieidi, Percussion ConcertoOsmo VanskaMinnesota
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AlfvenSuite from BergakungenThomas SondergardAtlanta
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Ali-ZadehFairy TalesKirill KarabitsChristian Tetzlaff returns to the Orchestra Hall stage - famous for a birlliant, search style of music-making - to perform Shostakovich's Second Violin Concerto in a program led by Ukrainian conductor Kirill Karabits. The Fiary Tales of Franghiz Ali-Zadeh, music that springs from the storytellers of her Azerbaijani homeland, receives its first performance by the Minnesota Orchestra, and the concerts conclude with Prokofiev's dramatic Fifth Symphony.Minnesota
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AmmannNew Work for piano and orchestraSusanna MalkkiAmerican Premiere; BSO co-commissionBoston
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AndriessenAgamemnonJaap van ZwedenCleveland
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AntheilBallet mecanique Franz Welser-MostCO PremiereCleveland
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ArnoldBrass Quintet No. 1Jaap van ZwedenNew York
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ArutiunianTrumpet ConcertoStephen mulliganAtlanta
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AubertHabaneraFabien GabelUtah
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AuerbachBSO Commission - World PremiereMarin AlsopWritten for a trio of singers and orchestra, Stravinsky's Pulcinella is a sparkling evocation of the world of commedia dell'arte clowns. Marin Alsop introduces us to a brilliant and mesmerizing voice - that of the Russian-American composer and pianist Lera Auerbach, who brings grandeur and intensity to her large-scale orchestra music. The program is rounded out by Prokofiev's witty "lassical" symphony and Brahms' boisterous Academic Festival Overture.Baltimore
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AuerbachIcarusStephane DeneveSt. Louis
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AuerbachIcarus for OrchestraStephane DeneveWith these concerts our esteemed colleague Stephane Deneve begins his sixth and final season as our principal guest conductor. Soviet-born American composer Lera Auerbah sayss she was drawn to the myth of Icarus because of "his wish to reach the unreachable, the intensity of the ecstatic brevity of his flight, and the inevitability of his fall." Her advernturous musical palette exploits the full soinc range of the orchestra: shimering, soaring, and ultimately dying away. Stravinsky describes a different myth about feathere flight in his Firebird. He mined everything from Russian folk music to his classical forebears (especailly his teacher, Rimsky-Korsakov) to tell this story of a prince, an evil king, and, of course, a magical firebird. Peter Lieberson set five love poems by Pablo Neruda to music in a touching work written for his wife, mezzo-soprano Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, who gave the world premiere. Philadelphia
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AuznieksCrossingRobert SpanoAtlanta
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BacewiczOvertureKrzysztof UrbanskiIn his much-anticipated return to the NSO, electrifying young conductor Krzysztof Urbański unleashes the full force of Tchaikovsky's Fourth Symphony. Witness the composer’s magnificent journey from darkness to light: an evolution of emotion ranging from wistful poetry to commanding optimism and ultimately, renewed love of life. Chopin’s Piano Concerto No. 2 is performed by young French pianist Lise de la Salle, whose playing inspired a Washington Post critic to write, “For much of the concert, the audience had to remember to breathe... the exhilaration didn’t let up for a second until her hands came off the keyboard.”National
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Bach"Komm, Gott Schopfer, heiliger Geist"Esa-Pekka SalonenLos Angeles
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Bach"Schmucke dich, o liebe seele"Esa-Pekka SalonenLos Angeles
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BachBrandenburg Concerto No. 3Paolo BordignonBaltimore
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BachBrandenburg Concerto No. 4Thomas DausgaardSeattle
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BachBrandenburg Concerto No. 5Richard EgarrSt. Louis
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BachCantata No. 12Robert SpanoAtlanta
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BachCantata No. 29Robert SpanoAtlanta
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BachConcerto No. 2 in C Major for Three PianosMichael FrancisDetroit
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BachKeyboard Concerto No. 1 in D MinorBernard LabadieChicago
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BachKeyboard Concerto No. 5 in F minorBernard LabadieChicago
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BachMass in B MinorYannick Nezet-SeguinPhiladelphia
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BachOrchestra Suite No. 4Rafael PayareSan Diego
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BachOrchestra Suite No. 4Ton KoopmanSan Francisco
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BachOrchestral Suite No. 3Paolo BordignonBaltimore
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BachOrchestral Suite No. 3Nicholas KraemerChicago
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BachOrchestral Suite No. 3Richard EgarrSt. Louis
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BachPiano Concerto in F MinorSir Andras SchiffBoston
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BachPrelude and Fugue in E Flat MajorEsa-Pekka SalonenNew York
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BachRicercar from Musical OfferingRafael PayareSan Diego
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BachSuite No. 3Alan GilbertCleveland
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BachTwo Chorale PreludesEsa-Pekka SalonenNew York
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BachViolin Concerto in G MinorEmmanuelle haimLos Angeles
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BachViolin Concerto NO. 1 in A MinorTon KoopmanSan Francisco
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Bach, CPECello Concerto in A MajorPaul WatkinsMinnesota
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BacriOphelia's TearsRiccardo MutiWorld Premiere, CSO CommissionChicago
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BarberAdagio for StringsNicola LuisottiAtlanta
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BarberAdagio for StringsCarolyn KuanBaltimore
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BarberAdagio for StringsStephane DeneveSt. Louis
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BarberAndromache's Farewell for soprano and orchestraFabio LuisiDallas
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BarberConcerto for CelloJohn StorgardsDetroit
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BarberFirst EssayGianandrea NosedaNational
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BarberKnoxville: Summer of 1915Gustavo DudamelLos Angeles
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BarberKnoxville: Summer of 1915Jaap van ZwedenNew York
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BarberMedea's Meditation and Dance of VengeanceAndris NelsonsBoston
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BarberPiano ConcertoGemma NewDallas
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BarberSecond Essay for OrchestraTeddy AbramsSan Francisco
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BarberToccata Festiva for Organ and OrchestraThierry FischerUtah
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BarberTwo Scenes from Antony and CleopatraJuanjo MenaChicago
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BarberViolin ConcertoRafael PayareLos Angeles
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Barber Violin ConcertoMichael Tilson ThomasSan Francisco
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BartokBluebeard's CastleJaap van ZwedenNew York
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BartokConcerto for OrchestraEsa-Pekka SalonenLos Angeles
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BartokConcerto for OrchestraHan-na ChangMilwaukee
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BartokConcerto for OrchestraKarina CanellakisMinnesota
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BartokConcerto for Orchestra Andris NelsonsBoston
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BartokConcerto for Viola and OrchestraJukka-Pekka SarastePittsburgh
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BartokDance SuiteSir Andras SchiffBoston
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BartokDance SuiteEdward GardnerSan Francisco
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BartokDances of TransylvaniaKen-David MasurMilwaukee
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BartokMusic for Strings, Percussion, and CelestaLeonard SlatkinDetroit
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BartokPiano Concerto No. 2Robert SpanoAtlanta
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BartokPiano Concerto NO. 3Yannick Nezet-SeguinPhiladelphia
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BartokThe Miraculous Mandarin Suite
Andrews Orozco-Estrada
New York
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BartokThe Wooden PrinceMatthias PintscherBaltimore
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BartokViolin Concerto NO. 2Nicholas CarterAtlanta
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BartokViolin Concerto No. 2Stephane DeneveSt. Louis
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Bartok Concerto for Orchestra Andris NelsonsBoston
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BatesAlternative EnergyRafael PayareSan Diego
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BatesResurrexitManfred HoneckChicago
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BatesResurrexitManfred HoneckPittsburgh
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BatesWorld's Greates SynthTeddy AbramsSFS Co-commission and west coast premiereSan Francisco
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