David Krakauer studied both classical and jazz clarinet and after
discovering Klezmer in the 1980s, played in «The Klezmatics» and then in
his own band «Klezmer Madness!» He manages to combine ...
«From an instrumental point of view, she knows no boundaries, she has it all: musicality, musical passion, intensity of sound. Hilary Hahn lives for her art with the double morality of a strictly controlled passion ...
The piece is characterised by its fearless exploration of human limits and of the causes and mechanisms of tyranny, as Martin Haselböck and John Malkovich look into the dark soul of the dictator ...
After their prize-winning psychological portraits of the serial killer
Jack Unterweger and the womaniser Giacomo Casanova, the latest project
of Michael Sturminger and John Malkovich ...
Dhafer Youssef belongs to those jazz musicians from the Arab world, who
have managed to really reconcile the different musical traditions of the
orient and the west. Jazz was always curious to explore ...
It was his soft bass voice, melancholy melodies and themes that touch the heart that made Scott Matthew famous. Everyone's primordial longing to be loved can be heard in every single ballad ...
His combination of traditional rhythms and the songs of Senegal’s storytellers, the Griots, with electric guitar, horns and funk sound is legendary. He achieved global fame with his duets ...
«It's such an expressive, warm sound, so homogenous in the best sense of the word. If things have to stand out, then they do. But the refinement of the sound is so subtle!» The orchestra and Gilbert will perform ...
Paavo Järvi © Julia Baier (Ausschnitt)
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NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo
Janine Jansen, Violine
Paavo Järvi, Dirigent
Konzert für Violine und Orchester d-moll op. 47 (1903-1904/1905)
Symphonie Nr. 10 e-moll op. 93 (1953)
Valse triste op. 44/1 (Kuolema) (1904)
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