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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Pärnu, Estonia

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Estonian Festival Orchestra covers itself in glory in Pärnu

In a programme of Lutosławski, Richard Strauss and Tchaikovsky conducted by Paavo Järvi, there are no weak links in the playing of the EFO and Stefan Dohr’s versatility on the horn is once again on display.

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Energy, rhythm, colour: Kristjan Järvi’s extravaganza in Pärnu

As an experience, this was quite something, with the music almost secondary and emotions carrying the day. The term minimalist could only be used to describe the rhythmic patterns.
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Nurturing emergent talent: the Järvi Academy at work in Pärnu

Aspiring young conductors literally have to face the music in a second half showcasing their skills, while their teachers kick off proceedings with chamber music presentations of Estonian composers. 
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Celebrating a musical hero: Neeme Järvi at 85

Neeme Järvi celebrates his 80th birthday in style, together with the Tallinn Chamber Orchestra and his daughter Maarika, in works by Mozart, Gluck and Dvořák.

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Business as usual: Paavo Järvi gets the band back together in Pärnu

The Estonian Festival Orchestra reunites under its founder at the eleventh edition of the Pärnu Music Festival. 
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Two “Firsts” as Beethoven opens the Pärnu Music Festival

While Kalle Randalu proves an amiable soloist in the First Piano Concerto, it is Beethoven the firebrand who startles in Paavo Järvi's account of the First Symphony with the Tallinn Chamber Orchestra.
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