Though it failed to fill the hall, this was a closing concert of high achievement. Perhaps the thought of a German orchestra performing an entire evening of Ravel did not whet appetites. But what Jonathan Nott and his dedicated Bambergers delivered on Saturday was very special, not at all sensational (no climactic performance of Bolero, not even the swirl of La Valse), but a scrupulous examination of what made Ravel the composer he was.
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