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Mariss Jansons

Mariss Ivars Georgs Jansons (born 14 January 1943) is a Latvian conductor, the son of conductor Arvīds Jansons and the singer Iraida Jansons.

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ARE YOU KIDDING ME. Mariss Jansons thinks women conductors aren't his cup of tea?! . Well I can tell you which cond…
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Mariss Jansons is no longer my cup of tea.
NEWS: Conductor Mariss Jansons has been awarded the Royal Philharmonic Society Gold Medal. Story to follow.
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I just used Shazam to discover Finlandia, Op.26 by Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra & Mariss Jansons.
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Maestro Mariss Jansons - the conductor of the coming opera production of Pique Dame. I still…
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I just used Shazam to discover España, Walzer, Op. 236 by Wiener Philharmoniker, Mariss Jansons.
Introduced mum to conductors & Mariss Jansons. She never knew, having lived all life in Riga! Thinks both "handsome" :)
Inspired by folk music: Mariss Jansons' farewell performance with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra via
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TONIGHT on MEZZO Live HD: Mariss Jansons conducts at the including Also sprach Zarathustra! From 8.30pm
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Mariss Jansons, Yuja Wang and delight in the Russian repertoire:
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Mariss Jansons in conversation with principal violist Hermann Menninghaus during a rehearsal break. Mariss...
We already wrote about the Ljubljana Festival that will commemorate the tenth anniversary of the death of Carlos Kleiber with a concert conducted by Riccardo Muti on July, 7th. It’s a pleasure for us to host a global information about this festival. AT THE HEART OF YOUR SUMMER ADVENTURE The 62nd edition of the Ljubljana Festival, featuring a highly diverse and exciting program, will run between 1 July and 1 September this summer. Five concerts in Ljubljana’s Congress Square together with one at the Piazza Unità in neighbouring Trieste will make for an even more varied summer beat across two cities. The Festival gets off to a passionate start with a performance of Carmina Burana and by the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam. Renowned conductors Uroš Lajovic, Riccardo Muti, Karel Mark Chichon, Nikša Bareza, George Pehlivanian, Vladislav Černušenko, Andres Mustonen and Mariss Jansons all come to lead and inspire. Alongside the celebrated Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam are Moscow ...
Next on Classical QED 89.3, Mariss Jansons leads the playing "Piano Concerto".
Composers Datebook for April 26, 2014 Saturday, April 26 Michael Hersch's Symphony No. 2 On today’s date in 2002, Mariss Jansons led the Pittsburg Symphony in the premiere performance of the Second Symphony written by a then 32-year-old American composer named Michael Hersch. Hardly a child prodigy, Michael Hersch was introduced to classical music at age 18 by his brother Jamie, who showed him a videotape of Georg Solti conducting Beethoven's Fifth. That experience shook him. "It scrambled everything.” Hersch recalled. “That's when I knew that I was to be a composer... My whole life started over at that moment." Hersch certainly made up for lost time, exhibiting an uncanny ability to master both the piano and the intricacies of contemporary compositional techniques in less than a decade. His first success as a composer came when his “Elegy for Strings” won a major prize and was conducted by Marin Alsop at Lincoln Center in New York in 1997. Since then his works have been commissioned and perform ...
For Pittsburghers who want to keep up with the phenomenal Mariss Jansons: after leaving the PSO, the Maestro became the principal conductor of the Concertgebouw Orchestra, considered the greatest in the world by many aficionados.
The Freundeskreis Schweiz of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra made a generous donation to the orchestra and our chief-conductor Mariss Jansons. We received ...
For the last 125 years, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra has been one of the very best orchestras in the world. Mariss Jansons was appointed its chief conductor in 2004.
May 3rd 2013 - Jaap van Zweden, the Dutch-born Music Director of the Dallas Symphony and Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestras will make his debut with the legendary Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, standing in at the last minute for an indisposed Mariss Jansons. He will conduct the orchestra in Bartok's…
How Come Work Doesn't Imitate Art? Last Tuesday I heard one of the finest concerts I have ever heard in my life. (And I have gone to lots of concerts over the years.) It was the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra conducted by Mariss Jansons. They played Mahler’s First Symphony. I love that piece of music and have heard fine recordings of it, but this was something else. Transcendent isn’t a word I use very often, but I don’t have other words to describe that sublime experience. (Other performances that are still vibrantly alive in my memory: hearing Karl Richter conduct the Bach B Minor Mass, John Coltrane’s quartet performing A Love Supreme live, and seeing Kathleen Turner and Bill Irwin in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolff stand out.) Then I thought about the world of work. How come I have never been in a meeting that had a similar impact on me? I know that art is different, but why? I certainly have felt engaged, productive, proud, believing that I was making a difference, etc. when I worked on som . ...
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En toch. Blistering Bartók from Kavakos and the Concertgebouw in New York Wednesday, 13-Feb-13 20:00 Carnegie Hall: Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage, New York City, NY Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Bartók, Violin Concerto no. 2, Sz 112 Mahler, Symphony no. 1 in D major "Titan" Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Mariss Jansons, Conductor Leonidas Kavakos, Violin Two programmes, four works, and nothing written before 1880: the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and their chief conductor Mariss Jansons certainly know how to play to their strengths on tour. What strengths they are, too. This orchestra generates a uniquely warm sound, maintains scrupulously clean textures, and possesses technical skills that surpass even the finest of other orchestras. Its principals demonstrate how to be musical individuals within a collective, and the wells of colour available on this orchestra’s palette are so kaleidoscopic, delivered in phrases full of light and shade, that one begins to wonder if there is anything the Concertgeb ...
I went to the Kennedy Center last night to hear the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam, Mariss Jansons conducting. It was a great concert. The first half was Bartok's Violin Concerto No. 2, not something I know well but nicely done with a young soloist named Leonidas Kavakos. The second half was Mahler's Symphony No. 1, a favorite of mine and performed better than I'd ever heard it--incredible ensemble playing, the strings smooth and wonderful brass. The first time I heard this orchestra was c. 1996 in Shanghai, in the municipal stadium. They sounded good there, but they did better on a concert hall stage last night than they did on risers on a basketball court 15+ years ago.
I'm going tonight to hear the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra under Mariss Jansons--Richard Strauss and Bruckner. I may melt from Weltschmerz.
Performed by Mariss Jansons and the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Copyright owned by EMI Records.
Hans Christian Lumbye: "Copenhagen Railway Steam Gallop" / "Tranvía a vapor de Copenhague", galope New Year's Concert of the Vienna Philharmonic, conducted by Mariss Jansons, at the Golden Hall of the Musikverein in Vienna, Austria on January 1,
Playing Benjamin Britten's Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra. Mariss Jansons conducts the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
Dvorak Cello Concerto Daniil Shafran, Mariss Jansons, the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra. concert recording from Moscow in 1980
Mariss Jansons' English pronounciation is *exactly* like that of the title character from "Bram Stoker's Dracula" played by Gary Oldman.
Mariss Jansons conducts the Bavarian Radio Symphony Chorus and Orchestra in two particularly…
Stage and screen legend Julie Andrews returns for the third time to host the merry annual New Year's celebration with the Vienna Philharmonic, under the direction of Mariss Jansons from Vienna's Musikverein. This is Jansons' second time at the podium of this much cherished event. The famed Vienna Bo...
The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra's aristocratic playing of Richard Strauss with Mariss Jansons brought the house...
Mariss Jansons, Christian Thielemann, and Gustavo Dudamel will be conducting their orchest
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