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“Standing ovations for an orchestra are rare; here they were fully justified.” “Selten erlebt man Standing Ovations, …” (in German)

  • By Christoph König
  • 23 Sep, 2014

Jubiläumskonzert der Solistes Européens Luxembourg

“Selten erlebt man Standing ovations für ein Orchester, aber hier war es berechtigt und ein Zeichen dafür, wie sehr die Begeisterung, die die SEL vorlebten, auf die Zuhörer übergesprungen war.”

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“Rarely there are standing ovations for an orchestra, but here they were fully justified and a sign of the enthusiasm the Solistes Européens Luxembourg ignited.”

Please read full article here: 25 Jahre SEL Journal

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