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Performer: Teodor Currentzis

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FreiburgCurrentzis: Rachmaninow

Nikodijević, Kourliandski, Rachmaninov
SWR Symphony Orchestra; Teodor Currentzis; Christoph Grund

CologneCurrentzis: Newski

Newski, Kourliandski, Rachmaninov
SWR Symphony Orchestra; Teodor Currentzis

DortmundBrahms Requiem

Feldman, Brahms
Mahler Chamber Orchestra; Teodor Currentzis; Nadezhda Pavlova; Wiebke Lehmkuhl; Dimitris Tiliakos; musicAeterna Choir

HamburgTeodor Currentzis / »Ein deutsches Requiem«

Feldman, Brahms
Mahler Chamber Orchestra; Teodor Currentzis; Nadezhda Pavlova; Wiebke Lehmkuhl; Dimitris Tiliakos; musicAeterna Choir

CologneCurrentzis: Schostakowitsch 7

Shostakovich: Symphony no. 7 in C major, "Leningrad" Op.60
SWR Symphony Orchestra; Teodor Currentzis
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An evangelical happening in Aix

Teodor Currentzis © Nadia Rosenberg
The musicians of MusicAeterna were impassioned, engaged and energised into a single force in this performance of Verdi's Requiem at the Aix Easter Festival.
****1
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A study in suffering: Currentzis at the Elbphilharmonie

Antoine Tamestit and Teodor Currentzis © Daniel Dittus
Teodor Currentzis, on tour with the SWR Symphony Orchestra, pairs two Russian masterpieces written a century apart: Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony and Schnittke's Viola Concerto with Antoine Tamestit.
****1
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Cool brilliance: Currentzis conducts Mahler at the Philharmonie

Teodor Currentzis © Olya Runyova
Theodor Currentzis and his musicAeterna bring blistering detail and revelatory playing to Wunderhorn-period Mahler, but it ultimately proves short on warmth. 
****1
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Electrifying Beethoven from Currentzis and musicAeterna

Teodor Currentzis conducts musicAeterna © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
The Greek conductor and his hand-picked Russian orchestra offer high-voltage Beethoven that crackles.
*****
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A beautiful but infuriating Clemenza in Amsterdam

Florian Schuele and Ekaterina Scherbachenko (Vitellia) © Ruth Walz
The transfer of last year's Clemenza di Tito from Salzburg delights and irritates in equal measure.
***11
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