Almost a year to the day when Paavo Järvi and the Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich were scheduled to make their first tour together they have at last succeeded, with performances at the summer festivals of Schleswig Holstein, Graffenegg and Lucerne.
The Pärnu Music Festival is streaming all of this week’s concerts live for free and making them available for repeat play for 30 days.
Don’t miss Paavo Järvi conducting the Estonian Festival Orchestra in three concerts on Wednesday (15 July), Thursday (16 July) and Sunday (18 July) with soloists Lars Vogt, Joshua Bell and Emmanuel Pahud.
Enjoy on parnumusicfestival.tv/pmf
THE TONHALLE-ORCHESTER ZÜRICH AND PAAVO JÄRVI INAUGURATE THE GROSSE TONHALLE WITH MAHLER’S THIRD SYMPHONY
The Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich and Paavo Järvi are looking forward to their first season at the refurbished Tonhalle Zürich and performing in the Grosse Tonhalle – its crowning glory.
Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich is nominated for Gramophone’s 2021 Orchestra of the Year Award – the only Gramophone Award decided on by public vote. The nomination comes as a result of impressing the Gramophone Editor and reviewers with the launch of its Tchaikovsky Symphony cycle with Paavo Järvi.
Pleasant warmth, the scent of flowers in the air, the landscape in rich colors – and also conviviality, openness and joie de vivre. Especially in the current time, the longing for Italy is particularly great. Paavo Järvi and the Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich alleviate the wanderlust by giving us Mendelssohn’s “Italian” – and thus a good portion of “Italianità” – straight to your living room.
After its cancellation last year, the first edition of the newly created Conductors’ Academy under the direction of Paavo Järvi finally takes place in Zürich this week.
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