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Beethoven bewegt BR-KLASSIK

2020 will see major celebrations of Ludwig van Beethoven's 250th anniversary. The Bavarian Radio will also join the congratulatory choir and honour the bold innovator with the year long project, “Beethoven bewegt (inspires) BR-KLASSIK”.

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“Finding Harmony” with the King's Singers

In times when social coexistence seems to be disintegrating in many countries, the King's Singers long for harmony. “Finding Harmony” is the name of the British vocal ensemble's new program which will be released on album at the beginning of February.

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Reynaldo Hahn at the Palazzetto Bru Zane

For more than 10 years the Palazzetto Bru Zane has been committed to the rediscovery of unknown music of the French romantic period. A prime example of this is the focus on Reynaldo Hahn, whose work has long remained in the shadows of music history.

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Renovated historic Prague State Opera will focus with a multi-year-programme on "Musica Non Grata"

After three years of major reconstruction, the Prague State Opera (Státní Opera) has reopened its doors once again. The reopening has also marked the beginning of a four-year opera and concert series entitled "Musica Non Grata" which will combine the forces of four different Prague stages.

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Conductor Giacomo Sagripanti is conquering opera houses worldwide

The young Italian conductor, Giacomo Sagripanti, is considered an insider's tip yet has been conquering the world's major opera houses for several years now. On January 28 he will conduct Anna Netrebko in her role debut as Turandot at the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich.

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Daniel Behle makes Lohengrin debut

Tenor Daniel Behle takes the next step into the class of Heldentenors and makes his debut as Lohengrin at the Dortmund Opera at the end of November. The new production by Ingo Kerkhof celebrates its premiere on November 30.

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