Otras Formas

25/03/2016 by Jorge De Persia – La Vanguardia

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Today's top orchestra and conductor? The critics have spoken; here's my list

04/09/2015 by Tom Service – The Guardian

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Wir spielen die Musik

20/05/2015 by Corina Kolbe – Der Tagesspiegel

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La Nona più travolgente del mondo la suona l'orchestra senza direttore

11/05/2015 by Sandro Cappelletto – La Stampa

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Spira Mirabilis: the orchestra without a conductor

21/10/2014 by Jessica Duchen – The Indipendent

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Demokratischer Klangkörper

09/09/2014 by Thomas Schacher – Neue Zürcher Zeitung

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Classical music: the hottest tickets for autumn 2014

08/09/2014 by Tom Service, Andrew Clements – The Guardian

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What do audiences think?

They have responded enthusiastically, eager to come back, wanting to listen to more. They share our ideas, react to them, question us, respond back. By performing just one work, we give our audiences the chance to concentrate and understand. Instead of saturating a need for music, we are truly creating it. It is, perhaps, the start of their own musical journey.

Hearing them play Beethoven was like seeing an image through a telescope come magically into focus. The Guardian, 12.06.2011
It was thrilling to hear top players from orchestras throughout Europe freed to take responsibility and to create music from the inside. The funeral March movement was as moving, in its austere heart and its moments of ravishing beauty, as I have ever heard it. And the pinpoint precision of the string in the Scherzo caught the breath. The audience leapt to its feet in a spontaneous ovation. The Times, 9.11.2010
The whole orchestra turns to a natural, resonant body which breaths, moves and shows much soul and heart. It definitively leaves nobody cold! Hamburger Abendblatt, 3.10.2010