"The Brahms Code", a documentary film about The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen and Paavo Järvi’s latest project dedicated to the music of Johannes Brahms, has been presented with the Silver Award by the New York Festivals TV & Film Awards in the documentary / music category.
Join Paavo Järvi for a Facebook Live Q&A on Saturday 25 April at 3pm EDT (9pm CET). Hosted by virtual arts education platform, Culturenet, this is the third in the start of a new series of Q&As with Paavo Järvi which will also feature on his YouTube channel.
Paavo Järvi is inviting young conductors around the world to join him for a Facebook Live Q&A - this time with a focus mostly on Brahms - on Saturday 11 April at 3pm EDT (9pm CET). Hosted by virtual arts education platform, Culturenet, this is the second in the start of a new series of Q&As with Paavo Järvi which will also feature on his YouTube channel.
On Good Friday, April 10, 1868, Johannes Brahms conducted the world premiere of A German Requiem in Bremen Cathedral. Exactly 150 years later Paavo Järvi and The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen returned to the Cathedral to give a special anniversary performance of the work together with the Latvian State Choir and soloists Valentina Farcas and Matthias Goerne. The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen will offer free streaming of its performance for 48 hours on the orchestra’s website, starting at 10am CET on Good Friday, 10th April 2020. The performance has also been released on a DVD / Blu-Ray.
CultureNet, a new virtual arts education platform based in LA, presents an exclusive discussion with Paavo Jarvi on Facebook Live this Sunday, April 5th at 3pm EDT (9pm CET). The live discussion is augmented by free screenings of the documentary Maestro film up until April 8th at noon PST (9pm CET.)