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Performer: Marek Janowski

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New York CityMarek Janowski conducts: Beethoven with Seong-Jin Cho

New York Philharmonic
Weber, Beethoven, Schumann
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Marek Janowski; Seong-Jin Cho

BonnBeethoven from Bayreuth

Beethoven: Symphony no. 9 in D minor "Choral", Op.125
Bayreuth Festival Orchestra; Marek Janowski; Iwona Sobotka; Christa Mayer; Stephen Gould; Günther Groissböck
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Aix Easter Festival: Janowski conducts Ein Deutsches Requiem

Marek Janowski conducts Brahms' Ein Deutsches Requiem © Caroline Doutre
Janowski's concept rang consistently true and the musicians did him proud.
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Marek Janowski returns to Weber’s Euryanthe

Emily Magee and Catherine Foster among the cast for Euryanthe in Dresden © Björn Kadenbach
Emily Magee was in glowingly refulgent voice as the 'damsel in distress', Euryanthe, in this concert performance of Weber's rarity. 
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Janowksi ascends Bruckner 7 and admires the view

Marek Janowski © Felix Broede
Long climbs often provide the best views. The Adagio second movement of Anton Bruckner’s Seventh Symphony bears the tempo marking Sehr feierlich und sehr langsam… and it is very solemn and very slow indeed.
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Failing to make a splash: Janowski's Rhine Journeys

Marek Janowski © Felix Broede
With disappointing Schumann followed by engrossing, but incomplete, excerpts from Wagner's Götterdämmerung, Marek Janowski and the Oslo Philharmonic fail to make a splash.
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Twilight zone: a stirring Bayreuth Götterdämmerung

Stephanie Houtzeel, Christiane Kohl and Wiebke Lehmkuhl (Norns) © Enrico Nawrath
Frank Castorf's controversial but supremely well-cast Ring cycle is provocative to the last.
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