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NEW ARTIST - Louis Lortie
We are delighted to announce that Louis Lortie has joined our roster for European Management
(November 2017)

Christian Baldini makes ENO debut
Christian Baldini made his debut at English National Opera in November 2017, conducting two performances of Aida
(November 2017)

Roman Rabinovich - Critical acclaim for UK tour
Roman Rabinovich's October tour in the UK, which included a Wigmore Hall recital, a recital on the historical instruments of the Cobbe Collection, and his debut with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and Sir Roger Norrington met with great critical acclaim including five-star reviews from David Nice in The Arts Desk and David Kettle in The Scotsman
(October 2017)

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Joseph Swensen - Artistic Director of NFM Leopoldinum Orchestra
Joseph Swensen had a successful start to his tenure as Artistic Director of the NFM Leopoldinum Orchestra in Wrocław, Poland on 30 September 2017
(October 2017)

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Llŷr Williams - great end to three-year Beethoven cycle
Llŷr Williams' three year Beethoven cycle at the Wigmore Hall and the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama came to a very successful end in May 2017 with a recital of the final three sonatas (click to watch op.111 from Cardiff) . Next season sees a five-recital Schubert series in Cardiff, beginning on 9 November 2017
(June 2017)

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Roman Rabinovich - brilliant debut with Calgary Philharmonic
Roman Rabinovich made his debut with the Calgary Philharmonic conducted by Daniel Cohen in a critcally acclaimed performance of Beethoven's 3rd piano concerto
(May 2017)

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Itamar Zorman - Berg in Belgrade
On 12 May, Itamar Zorman made a successful debut with the Belgrade Philharmonic and Vladimir Kulenović, playing Berg's hauntingly beautiful conceto in Belgrade's Kolarac Hall
(May 2017)

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Ildikó Szabó - Tribute to Brendel at Berlin's Konzerthaus
Ildikó Szabó and pianist István Lajkó opened the Hommage to Alfred Brendel Festival on 27 April with a recital at the Konzerthaus Berlin
(April 2017)

Dimitris Botinis - recording with Bamberg Symphony Orchestra for BR
April sees Dimitris Botinis' first collaboration with the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra in a recording of Russian works (Tcherepnin, Rimsky Korsakov, Kalinnikov and Lyadov) for Bayerischer Rundfunk
(April 2017)

Our Artists' Upcoming Concerts - Feb 2018

29 Jan Mitsuko Uchida Luxembourg, Luxembourg
30 Jan Liza Ferschtman Wilhelmshaven, Germany
1 Feb Llŷr Williams Cardiff, U.K.
2 Feb Louis Lortie Dourdan, France
2 Feb Liza Ferschtman Nijmegen, Netherlands
2 Feb Itamar Zorman San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
3 Feb Itamar Zorman San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
3 Feb Liza Ferschtman Doetinchem, Netherlands
3 Feb Ildikó Szabó Meschede, Germany
3 Feb Dimitris Botinis Kislovodsk, Russia, USA
4 Feb Ildikó Szabó Diepholz, Germany
5 Feb Louis Lortie Rome, Italy
6 Feb Ildikó Szabó Weissenburg, Germany
7 Feb Roman Rabinovich Scottsdale, USA
7 Feb Louis Lortie Trieste, Italy
8 Feb Mitsuko Uchida Cleveland, USA
9 Feb Mitsuko Uchida Cleveland, USA
10 Feb Mitsuko Uchida Cleveland, USA
10 Feb Ildikó Szabó Uffenheim, Germany
11 Feb Louis Lortie Perugia, Italy
11 Feb Llŷr Williams Perth, U.K.
13 Feb Itamar Zorman Dublin, Ireland
14 Feb Christian Baldini Amsterdam, Netherlands
16 Feb Joseph Swensen Granada, Spain
16 Feb Mitsuko Uchida Kansas City, USA
17 Feb Joseph Swensen Granada, Spain
17 Feb Christian Baldini Groningen, Netherlands
18 Feb Christian Baldini Amsterdam, Netherlands
18 Feb Mitsuko Uchida Chicago, USA
18 Feb Dimitris Botinis Saratov, Russia
18 Feb Roman Rabinovich Florida, USA
19 Feb Louis Lortie Milan, Italy
21 Feb Mitsuko Uchida Washington D.C, USA
21 Feb Ildikó Szabó Budapest, Hungary
22 Feb Ildikó Szabó Budapest, Hungary
23 Feb Phillipe Bach Meiningen, Germany
23 Feb Mitsuko Uchida Philadelphia, USA
23 Feb Roman Rabinovich Cleveland, USA
25 Feb Itamar Zorman Billings, MT, USA
26 Feb Mitsuko Uchida New York, NY, USA
25 Feb Phillipe Bach Meiningen, Germany
27 Feb Louis Lortie London, U.K.
28 Feb Ildikó Szabó Budapest, Hungary

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