Good days! After months of cancellations, Paavo Järvi and The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen have finally been able to perform again together and they celebrated the occasion with a programme full of joy which audiences can watch online from 2 – 4 May on Classic Cloud/The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen
CONCERTGEBOUW ORCHESTRA – APRIL 2021
MOZART: Piano Concerto No.24 with Víkingur Ólafsson
SCHUMANN: Symphony No.3 “Rhenish”
“After months of concert abstinence, music finally came back to the public in the Concertgebouw on Friday evening… It was difficult not to be moved when Paavo Järvi conducted the opening of Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.24…”
Het Parool, Erik Voermans, 17 April 2021
“How many exclamation points are needed to describe the feeling to finally hear the splendor, richness and depth of the KCO (Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra) sound again. Played with Beethovian seriousness, the opening bars of Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.24 already caused goosebumps that raged to your head and toes.”
NRC Handeslblad, Rahul Gandolahage, 17 April 2021
“…Víkingur Ólafsson, who made his debut with the orchestra, grabbed his audience by the scruff of the neck… So did the almost forgotten sound sensations from Robert Schumann’s Third Symphony, that piece of romanticism from 1851. How beautiful, plucking double basses! How we missed them, throbbing horns and trombones! And oh yes, that’s how friendship buzzes between cellos and bassoons. In normal times we had speculated whether the Estonian-American guest conductor Paavo Järvi was on the list of dreamy chief conductors. He must be well suited to » Continue reading
Watch Paavo Järvi and the Concertgebouw Orchestra live in concert from Amsterdam next Friday. On the programme is Mozart Piano Concerto No.24 with soloist Víkingur Ólafsson and Schumann Symphony No.3 “Rhenish”.
Watch Paavo Järvi and the Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich’s performance of Mendelssohn Symphony No.3 recorded on 19 March at Tonhalle Maag. Mendelssohn is the featured composer of Paavo Järvi’s second season in Zürich and will be the follow up recording project to their currently Tchaikovsky cycle.