In July 2019 the German production company “Sounding Images” travelled to Estonia and followed the Järvi family in rehearsal and concert, both on and off stage for a “fly on the wall” documentary.
Deutsche Grammophon announces an exciting cooperation this month with Paavo Järvi and the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra featuring Franz Schmidt's complete symphonies and the Notre Dame Intermezzo.
Paavo Järvi will conduct the Philharmonia Orchestra’s Prom at the Royal Albert Hall on 9 September. Watch it on the BBC iPlayer at 7.30 p.m. GMT.
NHKSO AND PAAVO JÄRVI FEATURE IN GRAMOPHONE’S “ORCHESTRA OF THE YEAR AWARD” ONLINE FESTIVAL ON 27 JULY
For the third consecutive year, the Gramophone Classical Music Awards will be naming an Orchestra of the Year. The only award decided on by public vote, Orchestra of the Year celebrates collaborative music-making at the highest level.
How has Corona virus affected Paavo Järvi and the Tonhalle Orchester-Zürich’s plans for their second season together and what can audiences look forward to? Watch the interview with Paavo about Tchaikovsky, Mendelssohn, Pärt and much more.
The sun is shining and the musicians are gearing up for this year’s Pärnu Music Festival. But for those who are unable to travel to Estonia this summer, the good news is that all main 8 events will be available to watch online. The new streaming platform parnumusicfestival.tv gives access to live concerts and a replay for a further 30 days. Ticket price per concert is 7 euros.
Paavo Järvi’s second season as Music Director of the Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich was unveiled this week, with the announcement that Arvo Pärt will be making his contribution to the opening concert on 23 September as the orchestra’s next Creative Chair, with a new version of La Sindone.
Last month Paavo Järvi returned to Zürich for his first concerts with the Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich since the outbreak of corona virus in March. With a reduced orchestra and audience...
With the good news that the Pärnu Music Festival will go ahead with its 10th anniversary celebrations follows the even better news that 20 international members of the Estonian Festival Orchestra will be able to travel to Pärnu next month to be reunited with their Estonian colleagues for 8 days of sunny music-making on the Baltic coast and a focus on both young and established Estonian talent.