Haitink


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Haitink

Bernard. born 1929, Dutch orchestral conductor; received an honorary knighthood in 1977
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Gad Kadosh, a protege of the great Bernard Haitink, conducts with sparkle, verve and a huge sense of drama, drawing a kaleidoscopic palette of timbre and tone from the consistently remarkable Longborough Festival Orchestra.
A conducting pupil of Maestro Kurt Masur, Maestro MacDonald also pursued conducting studies with Bernard Haitink, Gunter Blumhagen and Volker Rohde.
of our time: a gala concert celebrating the 85th birthday of Bernard Haitink.
The watercolour, by artist Norman Perryman, will join his collection of action portraits of distinguished classical musicians which includes Jessye Norman, Yehudi Menuhin and Bernard Haitink as well as Mr Nelsons' two immediate predecessors - Sir Simon Rattle and Sakari Oramo.
The Irish 28-year-old strings teacher at St Christopher's School only recently arrived in the kingdom after working with award-winning rapper Tinie Tempah, hit-makers Massive Attack, actor Liam Neeson and classical legend Bernard Haitink.
International stars such as Valery Gergiev, Angela Gheorghiu, Bernard Haitink, Leonidas Kavakos, Menahem Pressler, Eva-Maria Westbroek and many other musicians will participate in the 2013 Jubilee Programme of the Concertgebouw.
Subsequent strong recordings conducted by Carlo Maria Giulini, Sir Simon Rattle, Bernard Haitink, Richard Hickox and even Kurt Masur have caught the work's anti-war message, but the original Britten recording, digitally re-mastered and still available, is a tough act to equal and comparisons will always be made.
He has also worked with the biggest names in music, Solti, Levine, Marriner, Haitink, Rattle, Sawallisch and Muti.
He has worked and recorded with a host of great conductors, including Gergiev, Previn, Haitink, Sir Colin Davis, Sir Andrew Davis, Rostropovich, Menuhin, Harding, Xavier-Roth, Chung and Tortelier.
Even the greatest conductors cannot work with every orchestra - Bernard Haitink once told me that one concert with the New York Philharmonic was more than enough
He has performed as a soloist with, among many others, the conductors Sir Simon Rattle, Bernard Haitink, Riccardo Chailly and Sir Charles Mackerras.