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Performer: Paavo Järvi

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PärnuPaavo Järvi conducts Mendelssohn

© Kaupo Kikkas
Mendelssohn, Sibelius, Sumera
Estonian Festival Orchestra; Paavo Järvi

PärnuTheodor Sink plays Sumera's Cello Concerto

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Kõrvits, Sumera
Estonian Festival Orchestra; Paavo Järvi; Theodor Sink

StockholmPaavo Järvi & Estonian Festival Orchestra perform Sibelius

© Kaupo Kikkas
Sibelius: Symphony no. 2 in D major, Op.43
Estonian Festival Orchestra; Paavo Järvi
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A box of delights from the Paavo Järvi at the Elbphilharmonie

Paavo Järvi © Elbphilharmonie
A quartet of 20th-century French neoclassical works made for a joyful evening in Hamburg's Elbphilharmonie. 
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Warm and affirmative playing from the LSO and Paavo Järvi at St Lukes

Paavo Järvi © Global Concert Hall
An early evening concert of Haydn and Beethoven with a light heart proved to be a tonic in this dark November lockdown. 
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The show goes on as the Tonhalle Orchestra launches its new season

Paavo Järvi and Lars Vogt © Alberto Venzago

The Tonhalle Orchester Zürich premieres its 2020 concert season with a work by Composer-in-Residence, Arvo Pärt, and a spirited Beethoven concerto, with Lars Vogt at the piano.

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Elegance and accuracy from Järvi and the Philharmonia

Paavo Järvi © BBC Proms | Chris Christodoulou
The Estonian conductor takes evident delight in conducting mercurial Ravel and Shostakovich; Mozart is harder to engage with in an empty Royal Albert Hall.
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Two “Firsts” as Beethoven opens the Pärnu Music Festival

Harry Traksmann and Paavo Järvi © Kaupo Kikkas
While Kalle Randalu proves an amiable soloist in the First Piano Concerto, it is Beethoven the firebrand who startles in Paavo Järvi's account of the First Symphony with the Tallinn Chamber Orchestra.
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Passionate, ebullient Rachmaninov from Paavo Jarvi and the NHK

Paavo Järvi and the NHK Symphony Orchestra © Belinda Lawley
Igor Stravinsky once described Sergei Rachmaninov as "a six-and-a-half foot scowl". His Second Symphony – often a lugubrious affair – was here turned into something urgent and vital. 
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