JAKUB HRŮŠA TO MAKE VIENNA PHILHARMONIC DEBUT ON 29TH NOVEMBER

JAKUB HRŮŠA TO MAKE VIENNA PHILHARMONIC DEBUT ON 29TH NOVEMBER

Jakub Hrůša has been invited to make his debut with the Vienna Philharmonic in four concerts beginning November 29th, replacing Mariss Jansons. Hrůša will lead the orchestra in a programme which opens with Dvořák’s Carnival Overture, continues with Tchaikovsky’s Piano...
Jakub Hrůša Returns to the Cleveland Orchestra

Jakub Hrůša Returns to the Cleveland Orchestra

Jakub Hrůša will return to conduct the Cleveland Orchestra in November 2019. Their previous collaborations have received acclaim from audiences and the press. Sam Jacobson, writing in Bachtrack, praises conductor and orchestra’s “incandescent chemistry” noting that...
Jakub Hrůša’s BBC Proms Performance Receives Rave Reviews

Jakub Hrůša’s BBC Proms Performance Receives Rave Reviews

Jakub Hrůša conducted the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra and violinist Joshua Bell at the BBC Proms on 20 July. The programme featured Dvořák’s Violin Concerto in A minor, with Bell; and Smetana’s Má vlast. Richard Morrison writes in The Times, “So far I have attended...
“Jakub Hrůša Reveals New Depths in San Francisco Symphony”

“Jakub Hrůša Reveals New Depths in San Francisco Symphony”

Jakub Hrůša has received acclaim for last Friday’s performance with the San Francisco Symphony. In reviewing a performance which included Shostakovich’s Violin Concerto No. 1 (with soloist Karen Gomyo) and Borodin’s Symphony No. 2, critic Rebecca Wishnia writes:...
Watch Jakub’s Berliner Philharmoniker Debut – A Czech Evening

Watch Jakub’s Berliner Philharmoniker Debut – A Czech Evening

JAKUB HRŮŠA AND FRANK PETER ZIMMERMANN WITH A CZECH EVENING – Watch the full concert on the Berlin Philharmoniker’s Digital Concert Hall website. Jakub Hrůša, chief conductor of the Bamberger Symphoniker and a guest of the Berliner Philharmoniker for the...
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