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There was a breathtaking moment at the return of the opening melody where she lengthened the tempo in precise sync with Jarvi and the orchestra. And why not, since Jarvi and Berman are husband and wife? The potential to become a prime destination among the music festivals of the world is very great.
As a foreign journalist visiting Parnu since , I have witnessed and written about musical events of the highest caliber. The just concluded festival, July , was a case in point. With 13 concerts in 12 days, from large choral-orchestral works to chamber music, the edition, though constrained as usual by funding, celebrated the th birthday of the legendary Russian violinist handsomely.
The cottage where Oistrakh lived on Toominga Street — soft green with green apple trees in the yard -- bears a wooden plaque in his memory. Another important thread was Estonian music, performed in honor of the 90th anniversary of Estonian independence.
The anniversaries of Giocomo Puccini , Anton Webern and also Olivier Messiaen and Eugen Kapp both were recognized with performances of their music. Conductor Neeme Jarvi continued to be the artistic magnet for the festival. Both are Estonian-born and split teaching duties at the Neeme Jarvi Summer Academy, a week-long conducting master course held in conjunction with the festival since There was plenty of violin music this year, performed by a total of 11 guest artists.
His place was amply filled, however, by Russian virtuoso Viktor Tretjakov. Tretjakov, a master violinist in the Oistrakh tradition, was an inspiration to all who heard him, framing the festival with the Brahms and Tchaikovsky Violin Concertos. These were not the shallow performances frequently heard, but deeply musical, idiomatic, even elegant ones. Neeme Jarvi, who conducted Tretjakov in the final round of the International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow in which the teen-aged Tretjakov won led both concerts.
The second, which closed the festival July 29 , was with the St. Petersburg Festival Chamber Orchestra. Unfortunately, violinist Lydia Mordkovitch, a pupil and assistant to Oistrakh, cancelled her master class and festival performance at the last minute, reportedly because of illness. A guest I particularly pleased to to hear was cellist David Geringas.
I have commented in past seasons about the outstanding Finnish pianist Antti Siirala and Estonian oboist Kalev Kuljus. Their viscerally exciting concert at Parnu Concert Hall a sellout July 21 featured a sensational cimbalom virtuoso, Ernest Sarkozi, and covered everything from Brahms Hungarian Dance No. As in past years, the Oistrakh Festival was definitely worth crossing the ocean to hear. Not to mention the famous health spas, where guests are pampered with body-nourishing activities and therapies of all kinds. It needs business and promotional acumen, increased human resources and whole-hearted support, both public and private.
Each year a bare bones staff of two or three — with big hearts and the best of intentions — tries to do it all: hiring, promotion, care and feeding of artists, etc. In charge of the Jarvi Summer Academy this year -- virtually alone, indefatigable and remarkably successful -- was Holger Kaasik, He should be cloned.
Engaging artists requires ample lead time because the best talent must be booked far in advance. Promotion is expensive and requires single-minded attention. Media support is vital and again must be cultivated well in advance. Estonians like Neeme Jarvi and his family have a natural affinity for their native land and for Parnu, where they, like Oistrakh, spent many happy summers. Artists and ensembles from around the world are eager to work with them, but is there an over-dependency problem?
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Six études sur J.J. Dessalines
The sapling that has taken root in Parnu can become hardy and strong -- just like the thousands of trees I saw being planted by Estonians on an archival video at the Parnu City Museum. Light, air, water and fertile soil do it for trees. Human endeavors need something like that, too.
A quoi bon? Une fois que le voyage commence le reste de la symphonie semble trop court, tellement on aimerait en profiter plus. Et quel plaisir! Wednesday, August 06, A programme about the Beethoven Symphonie no 5 with Paavo. Aber ist Beethoven heilig? Nein — fand Chuck Berry "Roll over Beethoven". Nein - findet auch der Pop-Produzent Mousse T. Ende August kommt die neue CD auf den Markt, mit der 5.
Thèse d’Élizabeth Teissier : réactions dans les médias (1)
Wir stellen sie in dieser Sendung schon mal vor. L'Etat s'engage! L'orchestre de Verbier sera repris par le canton du Valais et la commune de Bagnes. Ere nouvelle. L'orchestre donnera encore une demi-douzaine de concerts. Wenn am 8. Schon im Alter von viereinhalb Jahren begann Sha, die ihren griechischen Nachnamen ihrem Ehemann verdankt, mit dem Geigespielen. Certainement pas. Horresco referens! Encore un sophisme. A mourir de rire..
Elle a du courage cette femme, respect. Patrick Luder. La loi de la jungle dans toutes sa violence. Vous croyez? Il est permis de penser autrement. Ca me parait important.
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