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Have you something planned for Sundays? How about an excursion to Mozart in Munich to hear tenor Julian Prégardien and Hofkapelle Munich? Perhaps a trip to Scotland with Beethoven and a voyage to the Hebrides in the company of Mendelssohn – baritone Russell Braun and the period-instrument Insula orchestra will be your guides. The Munich Chamber Orchestra (MKO) delves into the fascinating sound worlds created for harp and strings by Slovenian composer Vito Žuraj in a performance with soloist Marion Ravot and into the sonorous textures of Tchaikovsky's Rococo Variations with cellist Julian Steckel. Anyone who prefers spiritual travels on Sundays can look forward to works by Benjamin Britten and John Dowland, Paul Hindemith, Johann Sebastian Bach and Johannes Brahms performed by viola player Antoine Tamestit and Potsdam Chamber Academy. Camerata Bern – under its artistic director, the violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja – and soprano Anna Prohaska tell the story of the life and death of Jesus in a programme ranging from Gustav Holst to Giacinto Scelsi, from Walther von der Vogelweide and Hildegard of Bingen to György Kurtág and Iannis Xenakis. In music, all avenues are open – the Sundays at Four subscription series presents five for you to explore.