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Three all-Tchaikovsky programmes at Cadogan Hall from Gergiev’s Mariinsky Orchestra deliver mixed results, writes Sarah Kirkup
...plus, how you can help the AAM's project
A young composer reflects on where he finds his inspiration, and why live music is best
Andreas Ottensamer plays Weber, Giovanni Antonini conducts Haydn and Sir Mark Elder gives us Shostakovich's Fifth, plus Valentina Lisitsa's Tchaikovsky, Isabelle Faust's Bach and Berlioz from Melbourne
Véronique Gens sings Chausson, Debussy from the New York Phil, Massenet conducted by Neeme Järvi and Yevgeny Sudbin's Beethoven
Concertos by Prokofiev and Offenbach, Mozart's Symphony No 40, a Dvořák piano quartet and Richard Strauss's Sonatina No 1 from Christian Thielemann
It's not just the music that matters - it's the people behind it too
...that’s the simple and intriguing idea behind Encounters, as the Southbank Centre's Music Director explains
A feast of fine pianists – Andrey Gugnin, Jeremy Denk, Inga Fiolia and Khatia Buniatishvili – elegant singing from Julie Fuchs and some colourful Respighi. Plus, Happy Birthday Emma Kirkby
Jan Lisiecki plays a Mendelssohn piano concerto, Edward Gardner launches a Schubert symphony cycle, Tasmin Little plays Ethel Smyth and Juanjo Mena conducts Arriaga

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