Teodor Currentzis and MusicAeterna
Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op. 92Sony Classical
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02/02/2019 - Sverdlovsk Philharmonic / Yekaterinburg, Russia
02/04/2019 - Grand Hall / St Petersburg, Russia
02/06/2019 - Tchaikovsky Concert Hall / Moscow, Russia
02/10/2019 - Orchard Hall / Tokyo, Japan
02/11/2019 - Sumida Triphony Hall / Tokyo, Japan
02/13/2019 - Suntory Hall / Tokyo, Japan
02/14/2019 - Osaka Festival Hall / Osaka, Japan
03/24/2019 - Moscow Conservatory / Moscow, Russia
03/26/2019 - Philharmonie de Paris / Paris, France
03/28/2019 - Henry Le Boeuf Hall / Brussels, Belgium
03/30/2019 - Philharmonie / Cologne, Germany
04/01/2019 - Elbphilharmonie / Hamburg, Germany
04/02/2019 - Elbphilharmonie / Hamburg, Germany
04/05/2019 - Konzerthaus / Vienna, Austria
04/06/2019 - Konzerthaus / Vienna, Austria
04/08/2019 - Grand Theatre de Geneve / Geneva, Switzerland
04/10/2019 - KKL Luzern / Lucerne, Switzerland
04/14/2019 - Grand Theatre de Provence / Aix-en-Provence, France
04/16/2019 - Christos Lambrakis Hall / Athens, Greece
March 2020 GRAMOPHONE features Teodor Currentzis
The March 2020 issue Gramophone features revealing interviews with conductors Teodor Currentzis and Michael Tilson Thomas and, of course, the world's best classical music reviews. For the March issue of Gramophone, on sale now, Teodor Currentzis tells Peter Quantrill about his new recording of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony for Sony Classical, while Michael Tilson Thomas talks to Steven Winn about steppi...
Russia's most spectacular film project - DAU features Teodor Currentzis / The Moscow Times
At the end of January, parts of what is surely Russia's most spectacular film project premiered in Paris. The project - something between a film series and an extended social and psychological experiment - is called "DAU" and directed by Ilya Khrzhanovsky, a filmmaker with only one major work before this project. It is based, in part, on the life of the Soviet scientist Lev Landau, here played by the cla...
Surprise Mahler from Teodor Currentzis wMusicAeterna / The New York Times
For the very first time, Teodor Currentzis and his orchestra MusicAeterna have recorded a work by Gustav Mahler – his mighty Sixth Symphony. The new recording was just released on 26 October. The CD and digital will be followed by the release of the recording on vinyl in December. Long an admirer of Mahler's works, Currentzis states that he considers the 6th Symphony to be "…a masterpiece"&h...
In his first prom, Teodor Currentzis pushes MusicAeterna in Beethoven. A sound as radical as when new / The Guardian
Teodor Currentzis stalks on to the Albert Hall stage during Prom 18, kisses MusicAeterna's leader, raises his arms, and … what do we hear? Beethoven. If you believed everything you read about Currentzis, the fact that we can instantly recognise the composer may come as a surprise. So much is made of his maverick nature, not to mention his fondness for making grand, mysterious statements ("I am a p...
GRAMOPHONE congrats Teodor Currentzis & Igor Levit
Last issue's Recording of the Month was an extraordinary release by conductor Teodor Currentzis of Tchaikovsky's Symphony No 6, the Pathétique. A musician who single-mindedly sets out to reconsider how music – whether orchestral or opera – should be heard and recorded, it's no surprise that he's also a collaborator of Kopatchinskaja's. What unites them both is just how strongly they em...
Teodor Currentzis: MusicAeterna : Tchaikovsky & Stravinsky makes HAARETZ - Best Classical Albums of 2016
A large number of classical CDs were released in 2016, of which I only heard a small fraction. Many people continue to prefer discs, but others, mainly young people, have switched to more contemporary media, notably streaming and YouTube. The immediate question is what a reviewer should focus on. As the streaming sites are basically organized in a format of albums, a CD review enables the reader to look ...
Deutsche Welle releases documentary - 'Teodor Currentzis...the classical rebel'
'Teodor Currentzis, the classical rebel' shows how the Greek conductor blurs boundaries between genres, pursues thought-provoking projects, and pushes his MusicAeterna orchestra to its limits. Teodor Currentzis has been shaking up the music world provoking unusual reactions and in the classical world. A co-production of Bernhard Fleischer Moving Images and ZDF/Arte in cooperation with D...
MusicAeterna: Teodor Currentzis - Mozart: The Marriage of Figaro is WCLV 'Choice CD for May'
Each month, WCLV: Cleveland Program Director Bill O'Connell selects a series of special CDs to be featured on the air throughout the month. For May Bill has selected MusicAeterna led by Teodor Currentzis in Mozart: The Marriage of Figaro - on Sony Masterworks and is featuring on Mon 5/5, Wed 5/14, Fri 5/23. Almost one thousand miles east of Moscow, in the Russian city of Perm, the...
Teodor Currentzis | MusicAeterna - Mozart: The Marriage of Figaro is CBC Music 'First Play'
Teodor Currentzis is a perfectionist to the point of obsession, which isn't such a bad quality for a conductor to have. The Greek-born conductor and his Russia-based MusicAeterna ensemble have recorded Mozart's entire The Marriage of Figaro opera with an unprecedented attention to detail. Currentzis carefully controlled every corner of this recording, from finding the perfect acoust...
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