Dmitrij Kitajenko conducted Gustav Mahler’s Eight Symphony two times in Zagreb, on September 27 and 29.
Felix Mendelssohn’s Italian Symphony, the fourth, his Violin Concerto op. 64 and Tchaikovsky’s Capriccio Italien have in common a vibrant, bright music with lots of colors and plenty of elegance. Dmitrij Kitajenko is scheduled to conduct the three works in a concert with the Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra on October 20…
On September 27 and 29, Dmitrij Kitajenko will conduct Gustav Mahler’s Eighth Symphony, the so-called Symphony of a Thousand with the Zagreb Philharmonic at the Lisinski Hall of the Croatian capital.
The Oehms Classics CD with Glazunov’s The Seasons and Tchaikovsky’s Serenade for Strings received the Supersonic Award from the Internet magazine Pizzicato.
French Internet-music magazine ResMusica has published a very positive review of the Oehms CD with the Second Symphony by Jean Sibelius as well as smaller works by Edward Grieg.
The music festival Grafenegg is organized this year for the twelfth time. For one of the festival’s over 20 concerts, Artistic Director Rudolf Buchbinder has engaged Dimitrij Kitajenko for a Mozart-Shostakovich program.The concert takes place at the open-air theatre Wolkenturm which has been called ‘an acoustic sculpture’.
One of the highlights of Korea’s iconic Pyeongchang Music Festival 2018 will be the concert with the local Festival Orchestra conducted by Dmitrij Kitajenko on Saturday 28 July 2018. Yeol Eum Son will be the soloist in Rachmaninov’s Second Piano Concerto. After the interval, Maestro Kitajenko will conduct Piotr Tchaikovsky’s…
Oehms Classics has published the recording with the Second Symphony by Jean Sibelius and Edvard Grieg’s ‘Allegretto grazioso’ (Symphonic Dances op. 64/2) as well as ‘Last Spring’ (Two Elegiac Melodies op. 34/2). On this CD with the catalogue # OC457 Dmitrij Kitajenko conducts the Gürzenich Orchestra Cologne.
Oehms Classics has released the recording of Igor Stravinsky’s Symphony op. 1 and the Suites Nos. 1 and 2 for chamber orchestra with the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra (OC 1888).
Dmitrij Kitajenko conceived a great program with Russian choral music for a project with three concerts at the Philharmonie in Cologne. The concerts begin with the The Legend of the Invisible City of Kitezh and the Maiden Fevroniya, a suite in four pictures which Maximilian Steinberg (1883-1946) draw from Nikolai…