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Performer: Pietari Inkinen


TokyoBeethoven, Bruckner

Beethoven, Bruckner
Beethoven, Bruckner
Japan Philharmonic Orchestra; Pietari Inkinen; Alexander Melnikov

BolognaPietari Inkinen

Respighi, Strawinsky, Beethoven
Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna; Pietari Inkinen

SydneyThe Rite of Spring

Wagner, Strawinsky
Sydney Symphony Orchestra; Pietari Inkinen

PragueElisabeth Leonskaja & Beethoven

Beethoven, Bruckner
Prague Symphony Orchestra; Pietari Inkinen; Elisabeth Leonskaja

PragueTribute to water

Dvořák, Mozart, Sibelius, Debussy
Prague Symphony Orchestra; Pietari Inkinen; Wenzel Fuchs
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Mahler's Third struggles to coalesce in Cadogan Hall

Pietari Inkinen conducts the Prague Symphony Orchestra © Jan Slavík
Pietari Inkinen conducts the Prague Symphony Orchestra in Mahler's monumental Third Symphony. 

Japan Philharmonic sounds world class under Inkinen

Conductor Pietari Inkinen © Nguye Phuong

I’ve heard the Japan Philharmonic on several occasions in the past, but this was the first time with Inkinen, and the difference was startling. In previous encounters with this orchestra I noted a rather bright, at times even glaring sound. No longer. Inkinen has instilled instead a generously warm, even, glowing sonority and depth of sound that one hears in Europe’s finest ensembles.


Japan Philharmonic Orchestra makes a rare visit to London

Pietari Inkinen © Nguyen Phuong
Disciplined playing from the Japan Philharmonic brought mixed rewards in a programme that inspired only fitfully.

Master masons: Holten’s Meistersinger comes to Melbourne

Michael Kupfer-Radecky (Hans Sachs) © Jeff Busby
Having offered a strong feminist reading of Wagner's Ring, could Kasper Holten do the same again for Die Meistersinger? Opera Australia's co-production had moments of excellence, but ultimately left the viewer with more questions than answers

Alexei Volodin et Pietari Inkinen rayonnants dans Beethoven et Brahms à Bâle

Alexei Volodin © Marco Borggreve
L'Allgemeine Musikgesellschaft Basel a présenté le 3° concerto de Beethoven et la 1° symphonie de Brahms le 27 janvier dernier. Alexei Volodin, piano et Pietari Inkinen à la direction du SWR Symphonieorchester ont parfaitement assuré le remplacement d'Arcadi Volodos et de David Zinman initialement prévus.