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Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra’s second program and Vladimir Jurowski returns to Boston
Benjamin Zander’s Philharmonic Youth Orchestra debuted at Symphony Hall last November with an especially impressive performance of Richard Strauss’s elaborately demanding autobiographical extravaganza, Ein Heldenleben (“A Hero’s Life”).
Batting a Thousand
| March 22, 2013
Talking with Vladimir Jurowski
The 40-year-old Russian conductor Vladimir Jurowski made an enormous impression last year at his BSO debut, conducting Shostakovich's gnarly hour-long Fourth Symphony.
| March 01, 2013
From Jurowski to Gatsby: 10 top-notch spring events hosted at Boston's premier classical-music venues
Last year, Russian conductor Vladimir Jurowski's BSO debut with Shostakovich's daunting Fourth Symphony was Boston's most thrilling orchestral concert in a long time.
| March 01, 2013
Phrygian not frigid: Classical concerts to come
Here are some of the dozens of classical-music events this winter I'm especially looking forward to (or most curious about).
| December 21, 2012
The BSO’s conductor roulette
The last few BSO concerts of the season have had their pleasures and raised some questions, especially about who might be the next BSO music director, one of Boston's — indeed, one of the country's —major cultural positions.
| December 14, 2012
Vladimir Jurowski sets the BSO on fire
Vladimir Jurowski has bigger and better credentials than most of the contenders for the next BSO directorship. Did he strike sparks?
| October 19, 2012
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