Österreich, Wien, Musikverein, 19:30 Works by Haydn, Mozart and Schubert Paavo Järvi, Christian Tetzlaff
Japan, Yokohama, Minato Mirai Hall, 15:00 Works by Franz Schubert Paavo Järvi
Japan, Tokorozawa, Muse Tokorozawa (Civic Cultural Centre), 15:00 Works by Mozart, Haydn and Schubert Paavo Järvi
Japan, Tokyo, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, 19:00 Works by Schubert, Mozart and Haydn Paavo Järvi, Hilary Hahn
Japan, Tokyo, Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall, 19:00 Works by Mozart, Bach and Schubert Paavo Järvi, Hilary Hahn
Japan, Nagoya, Aichi Prefectural Art Theater Concert Hall, 18:45 Works by Mozart and Schubert Paavo Järvi, Hilary Hahn
Japan, Nishinomiya, Hyogo Performing Arts Center, 14:00 Works by Mozart and Schubert Paavo Järvi, Hilary Hahn
Japan, Miyazaki, Medikit Arts Center Miyazaki, 15:00 Works by Mozart and Schubert Paavo Järvi, Hilary Hahn
South Korea, Daegu, Concert House, 19:30 Works by Mozart and Schubert Paavo Järvi, Hilary Hahn
South Korea, Seoul, Lotte Concert Hall, 20:00 Works by Mozart and Schubert Paavo Järvi, Hilary Hahn
South Korea, Yongin, Samsung Concert Hall, 19:30 Works by Mozart and Schubert Paavo Järvi
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The Beethoven Project
In the early days of the collaboration between Paavo Järvi and The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen the symphonies of Ludwig van Beethoven were the primary focus of activities for a number of years. Concert-goers appreciated their Beethoven interpretations as spirited and highly competent new versions of these frequently heard works. Conductor and orchestra received glowing reviews around the globe.
After playing at the New York Mostly Mozart Festival in August 2007, for example, the New York Sun praised the ensemble as: »the authoritative Beethoven orchestra of our day«. The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen and Paavo Järvi have performed together as annual guests and ›Orchestra in Residence‹ at the International Beethoven Festival in Bonn since 2004.
»The best Beethoven in the world«
The basis for this shared success lies in the complementarity, chemistry and appreciation of this unique combination of conductor and orchestra for projects of this nature. The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen has been well-acquainted with historically informed performance practice for many years and presents outstanding concerts even without a conductor. Growing up in a family of conductors, Paavo Järvi learned in the best possible tradition what conducting involves and how much discipline, ambition, inquisitiveness and skill are needed to turn classic works into a new listening experience.
The shared resolve of these exceptional partners to constantly seek out new adventures without compromising on perfection guarantees an incomparable concert experience. Following the first cyclic performance of all nine symphonies in Yokohama in May 2006, the Nikkei Newspaper concluded: »without a doubt the best Beethoven in the world.« On all tours to Japan, concert performances by The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen with Paavo Järvi were ranked by Japan’s leading music critics among the Top 5 best concerts of the year.
In 2013, Beethoven’s opera ›Fidelio‹ marked a revival of the Beethoven project. Celebrated performances of ›Fidelio‹ took place in Bremen, at the Beethovenfest Bonn and in Yokohama, Japan.