Human and musically perfect performance
Interviews & Portraits
Kitajenko - Marathon Man
An article by Remy Franck about the complete recordings of the conductor
“Dmitri Kitaenko is not only one of the best conductors of our time, but he also has documented his oeuvre in an excellent way. More than 130 recordings he has …”
Through Tchaikovsky's music, I dive into his world and feel at home there
Dmitri Kitaenko is one of the leading interpreters of Tchaikovsky – on this all critics are in agreement. In a guest appearance on Variationen on WDR 3 to mark the completion of his symphonic recordings, Kitaenko spoke about Tchaikovsky’s earlier symphonic works and the crafting of the music. “Through Tchaikovsky’s music, I dive into his world and feel at home there”, Kitaenko explains.
Continuously dig deeper in the music
For his recording of Stravinsky’s ‘The Firebird (in the Melodiya box Les Ballets Russes) Dmitrij Kitajenko won the ICMA prize 2013 in the category ‘Historical Recording’. Backstage, Radio Orpheus’ Roman Berchenko made the following interview with Maestro Kitajenko:
Conducting is like performing acupuncture
Tchaikovsky and Prokofiev were on the programme as Dmitri Kitaenko, principal guest conductor of the Berlin Konzerthaus Orchestra, gave his first concert of the 2013|14 season at the Gendarmenmarkt. Read more about it in this interview.
Tchaikovsky is highly sensitive
Zauber der "Russischen Seele"
The Baton of Russia
"Mit russischer Seele"