Paavo Järvi , Conductor

September 2017
Evening performance
Matinee performance
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© Julia Bayer
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Paavo Järvi: Musical ambassador

Where is home for Paavi Järvi? The life of an international conductor consists of airports and hotel-hopping and Järvi’s passport is more well-travelled than most. 
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TokyoBartók programme

NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo; Paavo Järvi

BedfordCarnival in Prague

Dvořák, Hummel
Philharmonia Orchestra; Paavo Järvi; Lucienne Renaudin-Vary

LondonPaavo Järvi: Dvořák

Philharmonia Orchestra; Paavo Järvi; Gautier Capuçon

TokyoMahler's Symphony no.7

Mahler: Symphony no. 7
NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo; Paavo Järvi

TokyoDuruflé, Saint-Saëns, Fauré

Duruflé, Saint-Saëns, Fauré
NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo; Paavo Järvi; Daishin Kashimoto; Ai Ichihara; Andrè Schuen; Tokyo Philharmonic Chorus

TokyoTakemitsu, Wagner

Takemitsu, Wagner
NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo; Paavo Järvi; Akiko Suwanai
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Järvi’s baton permeates a nexus of tight-knit shapes

The conductor guided us on a tour through a museum where Erkki-Sven Tüür, Mozart and Brahms reside in spheres of different shades and spaces – and yet each remain enclosed in a prefigured structure.
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Riveting Schumann and Schubert in Tokyo

Paarvo Järvi and the NHK Symphony give a riveting account of Schumann and Schubert.
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Don Giovanni as “unlimited myth” at La Scala

Robert Carsen's Don Giovanni cannot burn in a hell in which he does not believe. 
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La Valse / Symphony in C / Sheherazade

The Scala Ballet performs a daring triple bill this Spring, showcasing young Italian choreographers alongside one of Balanchine's masterpieces, Symphony in C.
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NHK Symphony Orchestra's magnificent Mahler Six

Is the very, very good the enemy of the great? It is hard to fault a performance as fine as this – except perhaps against a benchmark no longer recognised.
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Pristine chaos becomes harmony

The ever consummate conductor delivers a trio of stylistically contrasting works by Haydn, Beethoven and Nielsen with a single trait in common: obdurate perfectionism.
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