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KRISTJAN
JARVI
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BI 1504
ATTERBERG
Cello Concerto / BRAHMS
String Sextet No. 2 (arr. for string orchestra)
CHAN 5091
Reich
Three Movements/ The Desert Music
BI 1681
GRUBER, H.K.
Rough Music / Zeitstimmung / Charivari
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BIOGRAPHY

The Estonian-born conductor Kristjan Järvi has forged a special connection with audiences across the globe. Renowned as one of the best communicators on the international stage, he has been hailed by The New York Times as ‘a kinetic force on the podium, like Leonard Bernstein reborn’. In his capacity as Chief Conductor and Music Director of both the Tonkünstler-Orchester Niederösterreich, Vienna, with which he has toured the UK, Spain, Germany, Japan and the Baltic countries, and New York’s celebrated Absolute Ensemble, which he founded, he is well known for his musical insight into repertoire ranging from the classical period to the twenty-first century. His flair for imaginative programming is reflected in his appointment as Artistic Adviser to the Kammerorchester Basel. In high demand among the top orchestras of the world, including the Staatskapelle Dresden, BBC Philharmonic, Sydney Symphony, Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra and Orchestre national de France, Kristjan Järvi maintains regular relationships with the London Symphony Orchestra, Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, WDR Symphony Orchestra Cologne, NDR Radiophilharmonie and Royal Scottish National Orchestra.

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CHAN 5061
Schmidt
Das Buch Mit Sieben Siegeln

…a riveting listen, delivered in spacious sound....
CHAN 5070
Bernstein
Mass

Kristian Järvi’s new recording derives much of its energy from Bernstein’s own 1971 account. Randall Scarlata’s portrayal of a celebrant breaking...
CHAN 5091
Reich
Three Movements/ The Desert Music

“...a stunningly fine recording, rich and detailed, with extraordinary solid bass, and a broad, deep soundstage...