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3rd Annual Basically Brandenburg with the Symphony Space All-Stars by Symphony Space on SoundCloud

San Francisco Symphony: Bach's Brandenburg Concertos 2, 3 and 6, Plus Handel @ Cal Performances' Zellerbach Hall (Berkeley, CA)

San Francisco Symphony: Bach's Brandenburg Concertos 2, 3 and 6, Plus Handel @ Cal Performances' Zellerbach Hall (Berkeley, CA)

San Francisco Symphony: Bach's Brandenburg Concertos 2, 3 and 6, Plus Handel @ Cal Performances' Zellerbach Hall (Berkeley, CA)

Check out "Messiah, HWV 56, Pt. 1: Symphony" by Choir of King's College, Cambridge, Brandenburg Consort & Stephen Cleobury on Amazon Music. https://music.amazon.com/albums/B00DD5D0NS?do=play&trackAsin=B00DD5D13C&ref=dm_sh_nHGAkjTtlWAa9D4d1i88VRAfS

Alexander Barantschik (1953) joined the San Francisco Symphony as concertmaster in Sept. 2001, having served as concertmaster of the London Symphony Orchestra and Netherlands Radio Philharmonic. His awards include first prizes in the International Violin Competition in Sion (CH) and the Russian Violin Competition. He has performed as soloist with the SF Symphony in violin concertos by many composers, as well as in Vivaldi's Four Seasons and all the Bach Brandenburg Concertos.

James Levine leads the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in three popular Bach works, the Brandenburg Concertos No. 2 and No. 5 and the "Wedding" Cantata, No. 202.

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