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Bringing her own unique sensibility to performances, Viviane Hagner has proven herself an artist of effortless virtuosity on the stages of the greatest concert halls in the world.

Posted: Oct-27-2015
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Violinist plays Beethoven with Michael Tilson Thomas. 

Posted: Sep-25-2017
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The first Japanese composer to achieve international status, Tōru Takemitsu proposed a fusion between Western music and the culture of his country. His music radiates a lyrical intensity that comes as much from his roots in the early modernists Debussy and Alban Berg as from his affinity with the more overtly experimental mid-twentieth-century styles of John Cage and Morton Feldman. Played throughout the world, he is considered one of the most important composers of the second half of the 20th century.
Of the four works gathered here, three feature the guitar. Inspired by a poem by Emily Dickinson, Spectral Canticle takes the listener through elusive sonic transformations corresponding to the changing seasons evoked by the poem. To the Edge of Dream has an eerie mood and celebrates the haunting, often sinister paintings of Belgian surrealist painter Paul Delvaux. Also inspired by a work of art, Vers, l’arc-en-ciel, Palma, with its refined writing, is close to the spectral composers. Finally, Twill by Twilight for orchestra expresses the moment, just after sunset, when twilight turns into darkness in a delicate and uncluttered pointillism

Posted: May-5-2023
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"She can muse, dance and protest with remarkable facility, and does not shy on her feelings... Hagner never lets us forget this mix of past and present, but the result she presents stands triumphantly on its own."

— Vancouver Classical Music
Posted: Jul-28-2020
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Posted: Aug-31-2017