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Please note: due to the time change in Europe, the schedule from 26th October to 5th November is temporary until 26th October.
- 01:00Scarlata and the Brightmusic Chamber Ensemble play Prokofiev, Schubert, Musgrave and more in Oklahoma City
- 01:00Bax, Beethoven with three soloists and Sibelius' Fifth from Houston
- 09:00Two concerts from Australia with Hardenberger & the Auric Quartet
- 15:00Gershwin's 'Porgy and Bess' with Mahajan and Samm from Moscow
- 16:00Coen plays Scarlatti's Sonatas in Vilnius
- 16:00Nordic Romances and Brahms' Piano Quintet from Stockholm
- 16:04Bach, Hummel & Mozart with Kuuskmann and Haydn from Tallinn
- 17:30Mussorgsky, Lhotka with Maras and Tchaikovsky's First from Zagreb
- 17:30Nielsen thrice with Znaider once from Copenhagen
- 17:30Schubert, an Iberg's world premiere with Hadland and Brahms from Trondheim
- 17:30The Orquesta Experimental de Instrumentos Nativos plays Taborda, Palacios, Cardona and more in Warsaw
- 18:00The Budapest Festival Orchestra plays Brahms, Schubert, Mahler, Strauss & more in San Sebastián
- 18:04Guth and Alpers perform Bacon, Copland, Duke et al in Cologne
- 18:15Aperghis, Abrahamsen, a Seung-Ah's world premiere and Gubaidulina from Amsterdam
- 18:30Strauss, Chopin with Kim, Dean and Beethoven from Manchester
- 23:25Bizet's 'Carmen' with Rachvelishvili, Antonenko, Hartig and Cavalletti from New York