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KAZUSHI ONO conductor 大野和士 指揮者
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20.feb.2021

MAHLER : Symphony No. 2 Resurrection Symphony
Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra
New National Theatre Chorus

Suntory Hall
Tokyo
Japan
Eri Nakamura (soprano), Mihoko Fujimura (mezzo-soprano)
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22.feb.2021

MAHLER : Symphony No. 2 Resurrection Symphony
Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra
New National Theatre Chorus

Tokyo Bunka Kaikan
Tokyo
Japan
Eri Nakamura (soprano), Mihoko Fujimura (mezzo-soprano)
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28.feb.2021

SAINT-SAËNS : Danse macabre g-moll op.40
BARTÓK : Piano Concerto No. 1, Sz. 83
KODÁLY : Dances of Galánta
JANÁČEK : Rhapsody "Taras Bulba"
Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra

Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre
Tokyo
Japan
Jean-Efflam Bavouzet (piano)
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NEWS & REVIEWS
Review: CBSO/Benedetti Plays Szymanowski at Symphony Hall
07 Dec. 2012
- Dvorak's symphonic poem The Wood Dove launched the main programme. What a disturbing work this is, gruesome in its narrative and muffled in its scoring, and drawing an unusually dark sound from the CBSO strings. Conductor Kazushi Ono's taut beat drew all the colour elements together, well-integrated and well-paced.

- Talk about "nocturnal" and you talk about Bartok, and sounds of nature at night lie at the heart of his Concerto for Orchestra. Ono's was a sleek, streamlined reading, so we admired the orchestra's virtuosity, not least the wonderfully rich fourth-movement violas amidst many other fine contributions.

Birmingham Post, by Christopher Morley

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