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13/06/2012
Luisa Miller at La Scala
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www.gianandreanoseda.com/pressroom.aspx
23/05/2012
Gramophone Podcast online !
The latest Gramophone Podcast now online

In this month's edition of the Gramophone Podcast, editor-in-chief James Jolly talks to EMI pianist HJ Lim about recording Beethoven sonatas, whilst editor Martin Cullingford talks to Janina Fialkowska about her new Chopin disc on Atma Classique, and Gianandrea Noseda reflects on recording Britten's War Requiem for LSO Live, 50 years after the work was premiered.

www.gramophone.co.uk/classical-music-news/beethoven-britten-and-chopin-from-hj-lim-gianandrea-noseda-and-janina-fialkowsk
16/05/2012
Live Streaming from the Copenhagen Concert Hall
17th May at 17:30 hours GMT
Noseda conducts Bach, Shostakovich and Brahms' Fourth in Copenhagen ,Enrico Dindo, cello, Danish National Symphony Orchestra

BACH arr Respighi: Prelude and fugue.

SHOSTAKOVICH. Cello Concerto No. 2.

BRAHMS: Symphony No. 4.


www.worldconcerthall.com/en/schedule/noseda_conducts_bach_shostakovich_and_brahms_fourth_in_copenhagen/3453/
05/05/2012
Mad About Music,Gilbert Kaplan interviews Gianandrea Noseda on WQXR!
In this interview with Mad About Music host Gilbert Kaplan, Noseda reveals:

-- Why he would select Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony if he ever had to audition.

-- That Bach is the finest composer: “There is God, there is Bach, there are other composers.”

-- How 1.5 million music lovers responded to BBC’s offer of a free download of the nine Beethoven symphonies.

-- His favorite historical conductors: Ferenc Fricsay, Dimitri Mitropoulos and Victor De Sabata.

-- His favorite work he has yet to conduct: Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde.

-- Biggest danger for a new music director: Trying to change the DNA, the traditions of an orchestra too abruptly.

-- Musical fantasy: If not a conductor, he would love to play the French horn.

Playlist:

Giuseppe Verdi: Macbeth, “Witches Chorus.” Santa Cecilia Academy Rome Orchestra and Chorus. Thomas Schippers. London 433-039-2.

Johann Sebastian Bach: St. Matthew Passion. Conclusion. Vienna Concentus Musicus, Regensburg Cathedral Boys Choir, Cambridge King's College Choir and soloists from the Vienna Boys Choir. Nikolaus Harnoncourt. Teldec 2292-42509-2.

Alfredo Casella: Symphony No. 2. Second movement [excerpt]. BBC Philharmonic. Gianandrea Noseda. Chandos 10605.

Ludwig van Beethoven: Missa Solemnis. Kyrie [excerpt]. English Baroque Soloists and the Monteverdi Choir. John Eliot Gardiner. Alastair Miles, bass; Charlotte Margiono, soprano; Catherine Robbin, mezzo-soprano; William Kendall, tenor. DG 429 779-2.

Frankie Goes to Hollywood: "The Power of Love" [excerpt] from Welcome to the Pleasuredome. UD-53199.

Modest Mussorgsky: Boris Godunov (1869 version). Coronation Scene. Mariinsky Orchestra and Chorus. Valery Gergiev. Konstantin Pluzhnikov, tenor. Philips 462 230-2.
www.wqxr.org/#!/programs/mam/2012/may/06/