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“Vladimir Jurowski, more medium than conductor produces ever more faultlessly gorgeous, languid sounds…"
Robert Thicknesse, The Times.
"Jurowski is more than a cut above the rest. His clarity, subtlety, intelligence and well-preparedness - added to uncommon maturity - turn the Prokofiev into a balletic tour de force..."
Andrew Clarke, Financial Times
"This was a riveting performance, one of those rare times when a familiar work is rendered new to one's ears. From the incredibly soft and deliberate opening to the charged second movement to the aching third and powerful finale, it was potent direction, and the musicians responded in kind."
Andrew Druckenbrod, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
"Thursday night was clearly among the most magnificent musical achievements of the orchestra's last dozen years - right up there with Rattle's Gurrelieder, Muti's Respighi, and Sawallisch's Bruckner."
Peter Dobrin, Philadelphia Inquirer
"Jurowsky achieves with the RNO both the authentic European and the authentic Russian sound... The RNO has again demonstrated that it is a very flexible instrument."
Gazeta (October 2004)
"He chose a program far more interesting than Moscow orchestral audiences are used to. [In] "The Chairman Dances, Foxtrot for Orchestra" from John Adams' Nixon in China... Jurowski showed the same fastidious attention to precision that earlier characterised his reading of Debussy's Jeux (poème dansé), where the colouristic opening portion was neatly laid out and built surely toward the rhapsodic waltz into which the piece coalesces... Everything came together splendidly in Jurowski's performance [of Stravinsky's The Firebird], which benefited from a feeling for the work's drama that was exemplified by the way he tapered to a whisper and stretched out the string tremolo just before the glorious horn solo of thanksgiving in the finale... as [Jurowski] demonstrated, the Russian National is an orchestra capable of great things."
Financial Times (October 2002)
" The Isle of the Dead was brilliantly conjured by Jurowski and the LPO players"
"... the performance of Rachmaninov's Symphonic Dances was quite simply superb"
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