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Janine Jansen

Benjamin Britten began composing his Violin Concerto Op. 15 when he was just 25 years old, and as the Second World War was brewing

  “It is with great regret that chief conductor Kirill Petrenko has to cancel his participation in the New Year’s Eve (NYE) concerts of the Berliner

  Jean Sibelius' Violin Concerto in D Minor Op. 47 premiered on this day in 1905. Aspiring to be a virtuoso violinist, Sibelius' love of the

  Broman, concertmaster of the Swedish Radio Symphony, came to Britta Byström with the idea of a piece in which she could “play with herself.” Byström


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