Monday, August 27, 2007

Pressespiegel 1999

Anthony Tommasini: "A Conductor's Privilege Turns Spring to Autumn". In: NY Times, 25. Oktober 1999
"too often the ideas, as executed, were exaggerated and self-conscious".

Octavio Roca: "Making a Strong Case For Orff's 'Carmina Burana'". In: San Francisco Chronicle, 3. Oktober 1999
"There is a lot more to the score than bombast, however; and it is precisely the subtle colors and delicate textures of Orff's music that are often lost in recordings. Christian Thielemann's extraordinary reading with his Deutsche Oper Berlin gives up none of the music's gutsy rambunctiousness".

N.N.: "Bayreuth: Auf Barenboim folgt Thielemann". In: Die Presse, 27. Juli 1999

N.N.: "Musik-Karussell sucht seine Reiter. Sag mir, wo die Dirigenten sind". In: Die Presse, 25. Juni 1999
"neben Welser-Möst gewiß der faszinierendste Maestro der heute fast 40jährigen"

N.N.: "Berlin: Bleibt Thielemann?". In: Die Presse, 17. Mai 1999

Wilhelm Sinkovicz: "Mortiers Abgang: Was wird aus den drei Salzburger Festspielen?". In: Die Presse, 3. April 1999

John von Rhein: "Lyric's Last Masters Music, Mangles Visuals". In: Chicago Tribune, 11. Februar 1999

John von Rhein: "Conductor Thielemann has time on his side". In: Chicago Tribune, Arts & Entertainment, 7. Februar 1999, S. 14

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