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Performer: Jakub Hrůša

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AmsterdamJoshua Bell and the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra: Smetana and Dvořák

© Phil Knott
Dvořák, Smetana
Bamberg Symphony; Jakub Hrůša; Joshua Bell

LondonProm 2: Bohemian Rhapsody

Dvořák, Smetana
Bamberg Symphony; Jakub Hrůša; Joshua Bell

ZürichDie Sache MakropulosNew production

Die Sache Makropulos
Janáček: The Makropulos Case (Věc Makropulos)
Jakub Hrůša; Dmitri Tcherniakov; Zurich Opera; Elena Zaytseva; Evelyn Herlitzius; Sam Furness

BambergSeason Opening with Jakub Hrůša

Wagner, Martinů, Brahms
Bamberg Symphony; Jakub Hrůša; Frank Peter Zimmermann

BambergJakub Hrůša conducts Wagner, Martinů und Brahms

Wagner, Martinů, Brahms
Bamberg Symphony; Jakub Hrůša; Frank Peter Zimmermann
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From the Vltava to the Elbe: triumphant Bamberg in Hamburg

Albrecht Mayer © Harald Hoffmann
An outstanding account of Smetana's Ma vlást in Hamburg's Elbphilharmonie was prefaced by Straussian oboe nostalgia courtesy of Albrecht Mayer. 
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Jakub Hrůša emphasizes color at the New York Philharmonic

Jakub Hrůša © Andreas Herzau
Jakub Hrůša and Simon Trpčeski with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra impress at Lincoln Center with a programme of works from Central and Eastern Europe. 
****1
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In Prague, an orchestra in transition

Jakub Hrůša, Frank Peter Zimmermann and the Czech Philharmonic © Petra Hajská
After blazing new trails abroad, the Czech Philhamonic keeps its hometown fans happy with a rousing return to form.
****1
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Virtuoso violin, dynamic conducting: Bell and Hrůša in Zurich

Joshua Bell © Chris Lee
The Tonhalle Orchestra Zürich recently struck a perfect balance of emotive and restraint in music by Brahms, Bartók and Saint-Saëns.
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Hrůša’s Slavic canvas and the mystery of Kabeláč

Jakub Hrůša © Andreas Herzau
Dvořák’s Slavonic Dances were a treat and Simon Trpčeski was characteristically glistening in Shostakovich, but the surprise package turned out to be a rarely heard work by Kabeláč.
****1
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