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NZSO: Melnikov with Brahms, Wigglesworth with Britten

By , 17/07/2009
Mark Wigglesworth’s is a name that has been conspicuous on the European scene for a couple of decades: a visit to New Zealand has been long awaited. Alexander Melnikov is younger (though he played with the NZSO in 2001) but his live performances and recordings have already gained him a prominent place among the pianists of our time. Brahms’s First Piano Concerto has the scale and substance of a symphony... read more

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