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Following the success of the “Nuremberg Symphony Live in Prague” CD which was released in June 2010, Colosseum Records this week launched the latest instalment in the continuing series, this time documenting the orchestra’s recent performance in the Golden Hall of Musikverein, Vienna. …

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Immediate re-invitation to the Musikverein

Following their hugely successful debut in the Vienna Musikverein last week, Alexander Shelley and the Nuremberg Symphony were extended an immediate re-invitation to the perform at the venue in the 2013 season. The concert, given in front of a capacity audience of 2,200, was recorded as part of the Nuremberg Symphony’s “live in…” series …

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Debut at the Musikverein, Vienna

Following concerts in the Karmeliterkirche in Weissenburg and the Meistersingerhalle in Nuremberg at the weekend, Alexander Shelley and the Nuremberg Symphony are looking forward to the orchestra’s first ever guest engagement in the Goldener Saal of the Musikverein in Vienna. The concert, which has now been sold out for several weeks …

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Reunion…

To open the Nuremberg Symphony’s Sunday subscription series, Alexander Shelley was joined by his former cello teacher, the soloist, chamber musician and leader of the London Symphony Orchestra cello section, Tim Hugh. …

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2009–2010 Season opening in Nuremberg

A day after returning from a hugely exciting and successful three week tour with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and Colin Currie (read reviews in the press area), which included a free concert for the earthquake-hit people of Christchurch, Alexander Shelley went straight into rehearsals for the opening of his second season at the helm of the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra. …

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“Soundscapes” Tour with New Zealand Symphony and Colin Currie

In the first half of September Alexander Shelley returns to the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra for a seven concert tour of the north and south islands. Joined by the British percussion virtuoso Colin Currie, they take two programmes on tour including music by Beethoven, Copland, Ravel, Britten, Richard Strauss, Jennifer Higdon, James Macmillan and Lyell Cresswell. …

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