30-04-2020 Axel KOBER and Düsseldorf Symphoniker live on stage on 30 April 2020
27-03-2020 Raab & Böhm mourns the loss of Jennifer Bate
26-03-2020 Robert TREVINO and the Malmö Symphony Orchestra @ Malmö Live on 26th March at 7
25-03-2020 Enthousiastic reviews for Dennis Russell Davies' new CD "Mass" by L. Bernstein
18-03-2020 Robert TREVINO and the Malmö Symphony Orchestra @Malmö Live on 19th March at 7
04-03-2020 Orozco-Estrada gives debut at Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks
28-02-2020 Marie JACQUOT makes her debut with Orchestre de Chambre de Luxembourg
21-02-2020 Dennis Russell DAVIES in Naples for Ronchetti world premiere
18-02-2020 Anu KOMSI guest in Budapest with Kurtág
17-02-2020 Andrés OROZCO-ESTRADA with Wiener Symphoniker at Musikverein
12-02-2020 Dennis Russell DAVIES and Filharmonie Brno tour to Linz
04-02-2020 Semyon BYCHKOV at Vienna State Opera
04-02-2020 Andrés OROZCO-ESTRADA at Houston Symphony for Schumann Festival
24-01-2020 Ivor BOLTON signs to Raab & Böhm for General Management
22-01-2020 Anu KOMSI twice in Helsinki in January
15-01-2020 Dennis Russell DAVIES guest at Maggio Musicale Fiorentino
15-01-2020 Axel KOBER conducts the premiere „Falstaff“ in Hamburg
15-01-2020 Michel TABACHNIK conducts Bartók and Mahler in Torino
20-12-2019 Marie JACQUOT receives "Ernst von Schuch-Dirigentenförderpreis"
19-12-2019 Bruno WEIL at Helsinki
11-12-2019 Giedrė ŠLEKYTĖ debuts at Royal Vlaanders Opera with "Rusalka"
03-12-2019 Marie JACQUOT guest at Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz
02-12-2019 Mourning Mariss JANSONS

Foto: Peter Meisel

Mourning Mariss JANSONS

Mariss JANSONS, one of the most highly esteemed and beloved conductors worldwide has died in St. Petersburg at the age of 76. Born 1943 in Riga, Latvia, JANSONS studied violin, piano and conducting at the Leningrad Conservatory when he was discovered by Herbert von Karajan. JANSONS subsequently spent several years in Vienna with Hans Swarowksy, was assistant of the legendary conductor Yevgeni Mrawinsky and then became Chief Conductor of the Oslo Philharmonic in 1979.

Following his tenure as Music Director of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (1997-2004) he was appointed Chief Conductor of the Sinfonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks in 2003 und almost simultaneously of the Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam (2004-15).

Over the years JANSONS had established a special relationaship with the Vienna Philhamronic Orchestra, conducting the famous New Year’s Concert no fewer than three times (2006, 2012 and 2016).

JANSONS was admired by people from all over the world for his great passion, his energy and his love for making music. Our thoughts are with his wife and family. Mariss JANSONS will be dearly missed by the musical world.