“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: “Once...

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Jakub Hrůša Delights with Mahler’s Fifth Symphony

Jakub Hrůša and the Philharmonia have been praised following their performance of Mahler's Fifth Symphony at London's at Royal Festival Hall. Writing for Classical Source, critic Douglas Cooksey praised Jakub's “natural affinity with Mahler’s music”. He continues,...

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Jakub Hrůša Acclaimed for an Outstanding 2017

Jakub Hrůša has gone from strength to strength in 2017, astounding critics and audiences alike. Hrůša has showcased his prowess and innovation, winning critical acclaim in his Chicago Symphony Orchestra debut back in May. This performance firmly placed him among the...

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Jakub Hrůša’s BBC Proms Debut Announced

Jakub Hrůša will make his BBC Proms debut this year at London's Royal Albert Hall on Saturday 26th August. The all-Czech programme opens with a Hussite war song, whose melody reappears in Dvorák’s Hussite Overture (depicting the struggles of Czech Reformation pioneer...

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Jakub Hrůša's first recording with the Bamberger Philharmoniker, Smetana: Má Vlast, has been released on Tudor. Smetana’s cycle “My Country” is a pinnacle of symphonic literature. There is nothing quite like it: six musical poems which, while independent of each...

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Jakub Hrůša Thrills with Glyndebourne’s Cunning Little Vixen

Conductor Jakub Hrůša has earned outstanding praise from the classical press for his performances at Glyndebourne’s revival of Melly Still’s 2012 production of Leoš Janáček’s operatic fable The Cunning Little Vixen. Neil Fisher in The Times writes of Hrůša: “A Brno...

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