Honouring the Beethoven anniversary, the complete cycle of symphonies and overtures with Die Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie is being released as a box set on SACD.
The Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich launches the first album in its new Tchaikovsky cycle on Alpha Classics, celebrating Järvi’s first season as Chief Conductor
Paavo Järvi and the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra’s recording of the complete symphonies of Franz Schmidt, recently released by Deutsche Grammophon, has been named Gramophone Magazine’s Recording of the Month in this month’s Awards Issue.
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.The resulting 45 minute film will now be broadcast this autumn on both Arte (20 September at 17.35 CET) and WDR (4 October at 08.50 CET)
Deutsche Grammophon announces an exciting cooperation this month with Paavo Järvi and the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra to rediscover the music of Franz Schmidt – a composer of the late romantic and early modern period, who in the last years has been celebrating a comeback with audiences.
The BBC has announced that Paavo Järvi will conduct the Philharmonia Orchestra’s Prom at the Royal Albert Hall on 9 September, replacing Esa-Pekka Salonen who is unable to travel to London.
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.