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Performer: Jakub Hrůša

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BambergBeethoven's Triple Concerto

© Gabrielle Revere
Bamberg Symphony; Jakub Hrůša; Lars Vogt; Karen Gomyo; Julian Steckel

HamburgWith Jakub Hrůša at the Elbphilharmonie

© Andreas Herzau
Beethoven, Strauss R.
Bamberg Symphony; Jakub Hrůša

BambergSolo cellist Ulrich Witteler plays Bloch

© Marian Lenhard
Wagner, Bloch, Beethoven
Bamberg Symphony; Jakub Hrůša; Ulrich Witteler

ErlangenSolo cellist Ulrich Witteler plays Bloch

© Michael Aust
Wagner, Bloch, Beethoven
Bamberg Symphony; Jakub Hrůša; Ulrich Witteler

SchweinfurtTowards the new year with Gershwin and Bernstein

© Michael Aust
Gershwin, Bernstein, Grofe
Bamberg Symphony; Jakub Hrůša; Kirill Gerstein
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Hrůša and the Czech Phil bring magnificent programme to Cologne

Jakub Hrůša © Pavel Hejnz
The Czech Philharmonic, in tremendous form, still play their core repertoire with unaffected naturalness.
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Mahler's Resurrection painted by Hrůša and the Philharmonia

© Alison Karlin | Bachtrack Ltd
Mahler's Second Symphony receives an unforgettably committed and detail-rich performance at the Royal Festival Hall.
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Bravura Strauss and Beethoven from Jakub Hrůša

Jakub Hrůša © Andreas Herzau
Stylish Mozart and volcanic Beethoven from the Philharmonia orchestra and their principal guest conductor Jakub Hrůša.
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Hrůša cheers up New York with Dvořák's Sixth Symphony

Jakub Hrůša © Andreas Herzau

Jakub Hrůša conducted the New York Philharmonic in a program of lesser-known works from well-loved composers. While Hrůša especially made the case for the Dvořák, the evening as a whole did not add up .

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Jakub Hrůša leads TCO in John Adams’ On the Transmigration of Souls

Joélle Harvey, Jakub Hrůša and The Cleveland Orchestra © Roger Mastroianni, courtesy of The Cleveland Orchestra
A brilliant programming decision paired Adams’s 9/11 memorial with Mahler’s life-affirming Symphony no. 4, with the fine soprano Joelle Harvey as soloist.
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