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4 Jan 
5 Jan

 Sunday, January 05, 2014 at 1pm 
AIC Evolution
Hugh Lane Gallery
Charlemont House, Parnell Square North, Dublin 1, Ireland
00353 1 222 5550

Roddy O' Keefe and Karen Power

Karen Power : here comes another one

5 Jan

United Kingdom
 Sunday, January 05, 2014 at 7pm 
Larry Goves Premiere
Barbican Hall, London
Barbican, Silk Street, London EC2
United Kingdom
020 7638 8891

Tickets: £10-£28
Paul Daniel conductor
National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain

Some of the greatest young musicians of our time tackle the emotional breadth of Mahler’s heart-wrenching fifth symphony, while The Rules harnesses NYO’s electric energy to stunning effect. Who better to challenge the protocols of classical music in the concert hall?

Larry Goves : The Rules
Gustav Mahler : Symphony No 5

6 Jan 
7 Jan 
8 Jan

United Kingdom
 Wednesday, January 08, 2014 at 7.30pm 
Sakari Oramo conducts Beethoven, Schumann and Matthews
Barbican Hall, London
Barbican, Silk Street, London EC2
United Kingdom
020 7638 8891

Tickets: £10-£32
Sakari Oramo conductor
Horn players of the BBC SO - Martin Owen, Michael Murray, Andrew Antcliff and Nicholas Hougham

For his second programme in the season, Sakari Oramo offers an exhilarating menu of Beethoven, Schumann and Colin Matthews. Beethoven’s ‘Eroica’ Symphony was, and remains, a revolutionary statement of genius. The blazing ‘hunting’ horns in the symphony’s trio, perfectly echoe Schumann’s glorious Konzertstück for four horns, showcasing soloists from the BBC SO, and the heroic, romantic and soulful qualities of the instrument. Traces Remain, a new commission from Colin Matthews, takes its name and inspiration from a book of essays by Charles Nicholl: ‘the sudden presence, the glimpse behind the curtain, the episode measured in minutes and preserved across the centuries’.

Robert Schumann : Konzertstück
Colin Matthews : Traces Remain
Ludwig Van Beethoven : Symphony No.3 in E flat major, ‘Eroica’

8 Jan

 Wednesday, January 08, 2014 at 6pm 
Salle Pleyel
252 rue u Fauborg Saint-Honore, 75008 Paris

Elèves du Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse de Paris (CNSMDP)
Anne-Sophie Le Rol : violin
Glen Rouxel : violin
Suzana Bartal : piano

Eric Tanguy : Sonate pour deux violons
Franz Liszt : La Leggierezza pour piano solo
Pyotr Tchaikovsky : Les Saisons Juin Version piano et violon
Eric Tanguy : Toccata pour piano solo

9 Jan 
10 Jan

United Kingdom
 Friday, January 10, 2014 at 1.10pm 
CBSO Centre Stage - Lars Vogt
CBSO Centre
Berkley Street. B1 2LF
United Kingdom

Tickets: £9.50
Lars Vogt piano
Zoë Beyers violin
Eduardo Vassallo cello

Part of the CBSO Centre Stage season, a series of 50-minute informal and friendly concerts finding the performers ‘at home’ in the CBSO Centre.

Emotion recollected in tranquility: the young Brahms was tormented by an impossible love. Years later, he re-crafted his Op.8 into a trio which distills youthful ardour into music of epic power and deep poetry. Today, it’s the personal choice of one of the world’s greatest living pianists – the incomparable Lars Vogt, who will be performing in close quarters at CBSO Centre.

Juan Maria Solare : Fénix
Johannes Brahms : Piano Trio No 1

11 Jan

 Saturday, January 11, 2014 at 8pm 
Hear and Now: MacMillan conducts MacMillan
City Halls

Tickets: Free
Laura Samuel violin
James MacMillan conductor
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra

This will be the BBC SSO’s first major musical event of 2014, and a fascinating overview of a life in music, conducted by the composer himself.

For the first time in over a decade, Scotland’s foremost composer James MacMillan takes to the podium in his native country for a public concert. The programme, to be recorded for of BBC Radio 3’s Hear and Now, features two World Premieres from opposite ends of MacMillan’s career: his latest work The Keening and his early Symphonic Study, written as a graduation piece.

There’s also the Scottish Premiere of A Deep but Dazzling Darkness, a stunningly dramatic reflection on the ability of music to bring comfort, and in this performance a tremendous showcase for the skills of BBC SSO leader Laura Samuel. For Sonny, a gentle elegy in memory of a young child, is premiered in a new arrangement, and Exsultet, his 1998 fanfare for brass quintet (in the revised version for symphonic brass), conjures up a typically MacMillan-like journey from darkness into light.

James MacMillan : Symphonic Study
James MacMillan : For Sonny
James MacMillan : A Deep but Dazzling Darkness
James MacMillan : Exsultet
James MacMillan : The Keening

12 Jan 
13 Jan

 Monday, January 13, 2014 at 8pm 
Isis & Osiris
IRCAM/Centre Pompidou-Grande salle-Paris


Tickets: €5-14
Ensemble Multilatérale
IRCAM Computer Music Design Serge Lemouton

"The memory of the Isis-Osiris couple came back to me. It contains the novel in nucleo." In his diary, Robert Musil noted this quick comparison between his poem from 1923 and the large work in progress, l’Homme sans qualités. Brother and sister, figures of twinship, a superhumain and violent effort to go beyond duality?
Isis & Osiris, the program of creation by Jacques Lenot divided between a symphony of wind instruments, the earth, and electronics, the sky. Musicians perform under a virtual dome (ambisonics) in IRCAM's Espace de projection where four virtual orchestras are "suspended", meticulously arranged in the room's space.
From the sky, a sonorous dust haze.

Jacques Lenot : Isis & Osiris

14 Jan 
15 Jan 
16 Jan 
17 Jan

United Kingdom
 Friday, January 17, 2014 at 8:00pm 
Boudica: a concert of new music for an old tale
Headgate Theatre
14 Chapel Street North, Colchester, Essex CO2 7AT
United Kingdom
01206 366000

Tickets: £8
Corrina Dolso: soprano
Dylan Christopher: piano
Rosie Lowdell: violin
Rebecca Welham: cello

Set fire to a dark January evening and join us in a dramatic concert retelling the tale of Boudica through songs, instrumental music, poems and images…the woman who changed history in the UK and still captures our imaginations.

Soprano Corrina Dolso with Equinox instrumental ensemble, and featured composer Julia Usher bring this tale to the Headgate theatre, with images by Hilary Lazell, and new poem by Joan Taylor.

Come and sing in the performance as part of the Equinox 'pop-up' choir. receive the PDF score in advance by emailing Free come-and-sing workshop 6-7:30pm on the evening of the concert.

Corrina Dolso : Red Star
Rosie Lowdell : The Defeat of the 11 Kings / Roman Invasion
Ellie Davies : Three Cries
Mark Ellis : Before the wilderness
Julia Usher : The Burnt Layer
Julia Usher : Cold heart(h)

17 Jan

United States
 Friday, January 17, 2014 at 8:00pm 
BMOP Welcomes New Year with Three Premieres 1/17
Jordan Hall, Boston
30 Gainsborough Street
United States

Tickets: $20-$50
Boston Modern Orchestra Project and special guests

The Boston Modern Orchestra Project (BMOP), the nation’s premier orchestra dedicated exclusively to commissioning, performing, and recording new orchestral music, welcomes the New Year with three premieres by Ken Ueno, Elena Ruehr and David Rakowski. BMOP has performed each composer’s music thrice before on the Jordan Hall stage and has recorded multiple albums featuring their work.

David Rakowski : Piano Concerto No. 2
Ken Ueno : Hapax Legomenon
Elena Ruehr : Summer Days

18 Jan

 Saturday, January 18, 2014 at 3pm 
Cité de la musique, Paris
221, avenue Jean Jaurès 75019 Paris, France
+33 (0)1 44 84 44 84

Tickets: €12.60-18
Béla Quartet
Frédéric Aurier violin
Julien Dieudegard violin
Julian Boutin viola
Luc Dedreuil cello
IRCAM Computer Music Design Serge Lemouton

The composer Luis Fernando Rizo-Salom was killed in a tragic accident in July 2013. The Cité de la musique and IRCAM dedicate this concert to his memory and continue to mourn his loss. The premiere that Luis Fernando Rizo-Salom was preparing with the Quartuor Béla and IRCAM has been cancelled as the work is unfinished. Therefore, the concert program has been modified.

George Crumb : Black Angels
Gyorgy Ligeti : Quartet n°1 « Métamorphoses nocturnes »
Marco Stroppa : Spirali
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Adagio for Glassharmonica K. 356

19 Jan

 Sunday, January 19, 2014 at 4pm 
Orchestre National d'Île-de-France - Thomas Søndergård - James Ehnes
Salle Pleyel
252 rue u Fauborg Saint-Honore, 75008 Paris

Tickets: Single Rate
Orchestre National d'Île-de-France
Thomas Søndergård : conducting
James Ehnes : violin

Alberto Colla : Œuvre nouvelle création
Felix Mendelssohn : Concerto pour violon n°2
Johannes Brahms : Symphonie n° 2

20 Jan

United Kingdom
 Monday, January 20, 2014 at 7.30 pm 
St Gabriel's Church
St Gabriel's Church, Aldersbrook Road, London E12 5HH.
United Kingdom

Tickets: £6 / £1
Aldersbrook Community Choir

A short concert featuring the Rutter and Wilson.

John Rutter : Magnificat
Jeffery Wilson : Ave Virgo Sanctissima

20 Jan

United Kingdom
 Monday, January 20, 2014 at 7.45pm 
Songbook 2014
Library Theatre
St George's Square, Luton
United Kingdom
01582 547474

Tickets: Adults £15
Geraldine McGreevy(soprano)
Christopher Gould (piano)

Martin Gaughan : Sorrow Stay

21 Jan

 Tuesday, January 21, 2014 at 7.30pm 
Five Year Anniversary Concert
BBC Hoddinott Hall

Tickets: £15
Conductor | Grant Llewellyn
Soprano | Rosemary Joshua


BBC Hoddinott Hall celebrates its fifth birthday with timeless masterpieces by Handel, Mozart, Parry and the warmth, vitality and fiery rhythms of Dvořák's Eighth Symphony. Experience music by namesake Alun Hoddinott, including Dragonfire, a tour-de-force for BBC National Orchestra of Wales' percussion section.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Exultate Jubilate
Alun Hoddinott : Dragonfire
Charles Parry : I Was Glad
Alun Hoddinott : Magnificat
Alun Hoddinott : Nunc Dimittis
G F Handel : Zadok the Priest
Antonin Dvorak : Symphony No. 8

22 Jan

United Kingdom
 Wednesday, January 22, 2014 at 7.30pm 
Ilan Volkov conducts Beethoven, Boulez and Grisey
Barbican Hall, London
Barbican, Silk Street, London EC2
United Kingdom
020 7638 8891

Tickets: £10-£32
Ilan Volkov conductor
Nicolas Hodges piano
BBC Singers

Beethoven’s powerful Seventh Symphony is prefaced by a trio of beguiling modern French works in the first of two concerts pairing Beethoven with recent French music. The BBC Singers have had great success with Boulez’s now-classic work cummings ist der Dichter, which sets the poetry of ee cummings for vocal ensemble and chamber orchestra. Conductor Ilan Volkov, known for his high-voltage performances and radical programmes, presents the UK premiere of Hugues Dufourt’s piano concerto with Nicolas Hodges as soloist. Dufourt’s own world of sonorities reflects that of one of France’s greatest 20th century composers, Gérard Grisey. In his monumental early work Mégalithes, 15 brass players scattered around the hall hurl sonic clusters of shimmering dissonance into the auditorium – a not-to-be-missed experience.

Gérard Grisey : Mégalithes
Hugues Dufourt : Piano Concerto
Pierre Boulez : cummings ist der Dichter
Ludwig Van Beethoven : Symphony No. 7 In A major

22 Jan

United Kingdom
 Wednesday, January 22, 2014 at 8pm 
UBS Soundscapes: Eclectica - An Eastern Vigil
LSO St Luke's, London
161 Old Street London EC1V 9NG
United Kingdom
020 7638 8891

Tickets: £10 - £22
Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir
Daniel Reuss conductor

Grammy award-winning Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, one of the most famous choirs in the world, collaborates with Gilad Atzmon, a writer and an award-winning jazz saxophonist and member of The Blockheads living in London.

They explore the mystical soundworlds of Arvo Pärt, Cyrillus Kreek, Vasyl Barvinski, Nikolai Kedrov and Rachmaninov combined with Atzmon’s swirling improvisations.

Arvo Pärt : Two slavonic psalms
Alfred Schnittke : Three sacred hymns
Arvo Pärt : Magnificat
Arvo Pärt : Nunc Dimittis
Cyrillus Kreek : Psalm 22
Cyrillus Kreek : Psalm 104
Vasyl Barvinskyi : Oh, What a Wonder!
Nikolai Kedrov : Otsche Nash
Sergei Rachmaninov : All-Night Vigil (‘Vespers’)

23 Jan

 Thursday, January 23, 2014 at 7.30pm 
Meditations on the Sea
Queens Hall
0131 668 2019

Tickets: £10-£30
Garry Walker: conductor; Maximiliano Martín: clarinet

Scottish Chamber Orchestra

To Scots, living on so many islands and dependent on it for so much, the sea is a constant presence to be loved and admired, but also feared and respected. This complicated relationship with the sea is reflected here in pieces by two of the most important and widely performed living composers.

MacMillan’s Tuireadh laments the dead of the Piper Alpha disaster in great tidal movements of sound and grief. South African composer Volan’s Symphony offers a beautiful and oblique reflection “on the sea and the role of ships and their cargoes in our history”.

Jean Sibelius : Pelléas et Mélisande
Kevin Volans : Symphony: Daar Kom die Alibama
James MacMillan : Tuireadh
Zoltán Kodály : Dances of Galanta

23 Jan

United Kingdom
 Thursday, January 23, 2014 at 7.30pm 
Jack Quartet
Wigmore Hall, London
36 Wigmore St, London W1
United Kingdom

Tickets: £15-£30
JACK Quartet

The JACK Quartet’s concerts prove time and again that we belong to a golden age of chamber music composition, one in which creative diversity and difference are encouraged and celebrated.
This programme, devised by Wigmore Hall’s Composer in Residence Julian Anderson, opens with a seminal work composed in 1931 by Ohio-born Ruth Crawford Seeger, the first woman to receive a Guggenheim Fellowship, and closes with Horaţiu Rădulescu’s evocatively titled Fifth String Quartet of 1995.
Brian Ferneyhough’s wild Exordium, written in honour of Elliott Carter’s 100th birthday in 2008, stands in bold contrast to Julian Anderson’s ‘Light Music’ and the world première of a new score by Christopher Trapani, winner of the 2007 Gaudeamus Prize.

Ruth Crawford Seeger : String Quartet
Christopher Trapani : New work
Brian Ferneyhough : Exordium
Julian Anderson : String Quartet No. 1 ‘Light Music’
Horaţiu Rădulescu : String Quartet No. 5 ‘before the universe was born’

24 Jan

United Kingdom
 Friday, January 24, 2014 at 7.30pm 
Max Richter: Memoryhouse
Barbican Hall, London
Barbican, Silk Street, London EC2
United Kingdom
020 7638 8891

Tickets: £17.50 - 25
Performed by the BBC Symphony Orchestra with Max Richter, conducted by André de Ridder

Contemporary composer Max Richter premieres his 2002 debut album Memoryhouse with the BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by André de Ridder.

An homage to Europe and the haunting power of memories, Memoryhouse is the stunning album that announced Max Richter as a major talent. With echoes of his earlier collaborations with Roni Size and electronic duo FSOL, influences of post-rock acts such as Sigur Rós and classical forebears like Arvo Pärt and Philip Glass, this work shows the unique mix of contemporary classical and electronics that would become the signature language in Richter’s musical universe.

Max Richter : Memoryhouse

25 Jan

 Saturday, January 25, 2014 at 9pm 
Harpist Gwyneth Wentink: new music for 'The human body'
Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
Het Concertgebouw, Concertgebouwplein 2-7, 1071 LN Amsterdam

Tickets: €10-36
Gwyneth Wentink (harp)
Lars Wouters van den Oudenweijer (klarinet)
Wouter Snoei (elektronica)
Arnout Hulskamp (visuals)
Mark Bain (geluidskunstenaar)

Michiel Mensingh : Style Wars IV 'Postmodernism Strikes Back'
Arvo Pärt : Spiegel im Spiegel
Wouter Snoei : Trio
Matthew Shlomowitz : Letter Piece 5: Northern Cities
. Cymatical : Piece for Heart & Vibrations
Simeon ten Holt : selectie (uit 'Canto ostinato')

26 Jan 
27 Jan 
28 Jan

 Tuesday, January 28, 2014 at 7.30pm 
Contemporary with Thomas Søndergård
BBC Hoddinott Hall

Tickets: £8 - 10

Conductor Thomas Søndergård

Come and experience music by two leading Danish composers. The different levels of mood and emotion created by Poul Ruders have established him as one of the world’s leading composers. Kafkapriccio includes score from his opera, based on Kafka’s The Trial. In contrast, Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen’s compelling, ritualistic command of sound creates music that nags at the imagination long after the performance has ended.

Poul Ruders : KafKapriccio
Pelle Gudmundsun-Holmgreen : Symphony Antiphony

29 Jan 
30 Jan 
31 Jan

United Kingdom
 Friday, January 31, 2014 at 12.30 pm 
Saxology Sax Quartet
Chelmsford Cathedral
53 New St, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 1TY
United Kingdom
01245 294492

Tickets: free
Saxology Saxophone Quartet

Contemporary ensemble of some 25 years standing offer a programme of arranged and original music.

Jeffery Wilson : Threnody
Jeffery Wilson : Circus Acts

31 Jan

 Friday, January 31, 2014 at 7.30pm 
Musikverein, Vienna
Bösendorferstr. 12, 1010 Wien, Österreich
+43 1 505 81 90

Tickets: €5-48

Igor Stravinsky : Symphonies of Wind Instruments
Sergei Rachmaninov : Konzert für Klavier und Orchester Nr. 3 d-Moll, op. 30
Arvo Pärt : Silhouette. Hommage à Gustave Eiffel
Arvo Pärt : Symphonie Nr. 4, „Los Angeles“

31 Jan

 Friday, January 31, 2014 at 8.30pm 
Sebastian Rivas. Aliados (Alliés)
Théâtre de St-Quentin-en-Yvelines
Place Georges Pompidou - CS 80317 78054 Saint Quentin en Yvelines Cedex
01 30 96 99 30

Music Sebastian Rivas, commissioned by the French governement | Libretto Esteban Buch | Director Antoine Gindt | Live Production Philippe Béziat | Conductor Léo Warynski
Artistic Collaboration and Assistant Director Élodie Brémaud | Stage Design Élise Capdenat | Lighting Daniel Lévy | Costumes Fanny Brouste | IRCAM Computer Music Design Robin Meier
Nora Petrocenko Lady Margaret Thatcher
Lionel Peintre Général Augusto Pinochet
Mélanie Boisvert The nurse
Thill Mantero The aide-de-camp
Richard Dubelski The conscript
Ensemble Multilatérale
Antoine Maisonhaute violin
Kobe Van Cauwenberghe electric guitar
Benoît Savin bass clarinet
Mathieu Adam trombone
Lise Baudouin piano
Hélène Colombotti percussion

"We're also very much aware that it’s you who brought democracy to Chile" said Lady Thatcher when she invited the senator Augusto Pinochet to tea in London in 1999, sparing not the slightest compliment for the man who would soon have to stand trial for his crimes. Following the example of Nixon in China by John Adams, the opera Aliados inspired by political history, in this case by the Falklands War in 1982 and the improbable alliance of the Iron Lady, champion of liberalism, with the Chilian general during the Cold War.

The failing memories of the two aged leaders retired from roles of power, revealing archives, and collective history are at the heart of this project by Sebastian Rivas and Esteban Buch, two Argentineans looking back at a decisive event for their generation and their identity. On the theater stage, designed by Antoine Gindt to look like the set of a television program, reality strikes through visual manipulation and stylized singing. An opera in real-time in every sense of the word; historical time and computer time.

Sebastian Rivas : Aliados

31 Jan

United Kingdom
 Friday, January 31, 2014 at 7pm 
Peter Grimes
English National Opera
London Coliseum
United Kingdom

Peter Grimes Stuart Skelton
Ellen Orford Elza van den Heever
Balstrode Iain Paterson
Auntie Rebecca de Pont Davies
Swallow Matthew Best
Ned Keene Leigh Melrose
Bob Boles Michael Colvin
Mrs Sedley Felicity Palmer
Hobson Matthew Trevino
Reverend Horace Adams Tim Robinson
First Niece Rhian Lois
Second Niece Mary Bevan Conductor Edward Gardner
Director David Alden
Set Designer Paul Steinberg
Costume Designer Brigitte Reiffenstuel
Lighting Designer Adam Silverman
Choreographer Maxine Braham


The bleak, enclosed world of a fishing village provides the backdrop for the story of fisherman Peter Grimes and his uneasy relationship with the other inhabitants. Following the death of Grimes's apprentice, the community presumes Grimes to be guilty. Although he is cleared of any blame, the villagers no longer trust him, and when his new apprentice accidentally falls to his death, Grimes spirals towards a tragic breakdown.

The most significant British opera in over two centuries, Peter Grimes is a work of visceral and sustained beauty, and is notable for the orchestral interludes that depict the sea in different moods.

This is the first revival of David Alden's 2009 five-star sell-out production. ENO Music Director Edward Gardner again conducts the electrifying score, with Stuart Skelton heading an outstanding cast in his return to the title role.

Co-produced by ENO, De Vlaamse Opera, Opera de Oviedo and Deutsche Oper Berlin.

Further performances: 1st, 6th, 8th, 14th, 21st, 23rd, 27th February

Benjamin Britten : Peter Grimes

1 Feb

 Saturday, February 01, 2014 at 14:15 
Reinbert de Leeuw celebrates birthday with two world premieres
Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
Het Concertgebouw, Concertgebouwplein 2-7, 1071 LN Amsterdam

Radio Filharmonisch Orkest
Reinbert de Leeuw - dirigent

Igor Stravinsky : Monumentum pro Gesualdo di Venosa ad CD annum
Willem Boogman : Raving
Reinbert de Leeuw : Der nächtliche Wanderer

2 Feb

United Kingdom
 Sunday, February 02, 2014 at 7.30pm 
Peter Maxwell Davies Six Sorano Variants (UK première)
Wigmore Hall, London
36 Wigmore St, London W1
United Kingdom

Tickets: £10-18
Ziyu Shen
Anthony Hewitt

15-year-old Ziyu Shen won the 11th Lionel Tertis International Viola Festival and Competition 2013, held on the Isle of Man, setting a new record of the youngest winner. She also gave the world première of the Six Sorano Variants by Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, the commissioned work for the competition.

Ernest Bloch : Rhapsodie from Suite hébraïque
Peter Maxwell Davies : Six Sorano Variants
Johannes Brahms : Viola Sonata in F minor Op. 120 No. 1
. Guan : Song of the Prairie
Maurice Ravel : Pavane pour une infante défunte (arr. for viola and piano by Vadim Borisovsky)

2 Feb

United Kingdom
 Sunday, February 02, 2014 at 7.30pm 
Sir Peter Maxwell Davies world premiere
Barbican Hall, London
Barbican, Silk Street, London EC2
United Kingdom
020 7638 8891

Tickets: £10 £15 £20 £28 £37
Sir Antonio Pappano conductor
Maxim Vengerov violin
London Symphony Chorus
Simon Halsey chorus director
London Symphony Orchestra

The LSO and London Symphony Chorus premiere the Tenth Symphony from iconic British composer (and Master of the Queen’s Music) Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, and legendary violinist Maxim Vengerov plays Britten’s supremely imaginative Violin Concerto.

Change of programme
At the request of the soloist, the concerto being performed will now be the Britten Violin Concerto, rather than the Elgar Violin Concerto that was originally scheduled when listings were first published in January 2012.

Edward Elgar : In The South
Benjamin Britten : Violin Concerto
Peter Maxwell Davies : Symphony No 10

3 Feb 

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