Paavo Järvi conducts

The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen

Program

Brahms: Variations on a Theme by J. Haydn

Beethoven: Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61 (Violin: Daishin Kashimoto)

Schumann: Symphony No. 3 in E-flat major, Op. 97 "Rhenish"

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Profiles

Paavo Järvi, Conductor
The Estonian conductor Paavo Järvi has been Artistic Director of The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen since 2004. He also holds the positions of Music Director of Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Music Director of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Artistic Adviser to the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra and will become the seventh Music Director of the Orchestre de Paris in 2010/11.

In addition to his permanent positions, Paavo Järvi is in much demand as a guest conductor appearing regularly with orchestras such Los Angeles, New York Philharmonic, Boston, Staatskapelle Dresden, La Scala, NHK Symphony, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Bayerischer Rundfunk, Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France or the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. He gave his very successful debut with the Vienna Philharmonic in November 2006 and made his subscription series debut with the Cleveland Orchestra in May 2007.
Mr Järvi's extensive discography includes orchestral music by Grieg, the Grammy award-winning recording of Sibelius's Cantatas, and Grieg's Peer Gynt, which won the best Orchestral recording in the 2006 BBC Music Magazine Awards. All three discs were recorded with the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra. Paavo Järvi has released over 10 CDs with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.

Paavo Järvi and The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen have released recordings of Beethoven Piano Concertos with Japanese pianist Ikuyo Nakamichi and works for chamber orchestra by Igor Stravinsky and Richard Strauss.

Born in Tallinn, Estonia, he studied percussion and conducting at the Tallinn School of Music then, in 1980, moved to the USA where he continued his studies at the Curtis Institute of Music and at the Los Angeles Philharmonic Institute, with Leonard Bernstein. Mr Järvi is known for having championed many works by Estonian composers including Arvo Pärt, Erkki-Sven Tüür, Lepo Sumera and Eduard Tubin.
Daishin Kashimoto, Violin
Daishin Kashimoto was first prize winner of such renowned competitions as the 6th Menuhin International Junior Violin Competition in England in 1993, the International Competition for Violinists in Cologne in 1994 (where he was the youngest participant), and, in 1996, both the International Fritz Kreisler Violin Competition in Vienna and the Marguerite Long-Jacques Thibaud International Competition for Piano and Violin in Paris.
He has received a number of prestigious awards, such as the Arion Award (1995); both the Idemitsu and Mobile Music Awards (1997); the Fresh Artists Award of the Nippon Steel Music Awards (1998); The Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology’s Art Encouragement Prize for New Artists (1998); the Cultural Award from Hyogo Prefectural Government (2011); the Change Maker 2011 award in Japan; and the Steigenberger and Davidov Awards in Germany.

A Japanese national born in London in 1979, Daishin Kashimoto began studying violin in Tokyo at the age of three under Kumiko Eto. He moved to New York in 1985, and in the following year was accepted as the youngest student in the pre-college division of The Juilliard School, where he studied under Naoko Tanaka and received the Edward John Noble Foundation Scholarship. In 1990 he moved to Lübeck, Germany, to accept an invitation to study under Prof. Zakhar Bron. From age 20 he studied under Prof. Rainer Kussmaul at Staatliche Hochschule für Musik in Freiburg, and completed the master’s course there, winning the Gustav Scheck prize.

He has been recognized internationally for performing under renowned Maestros such as Seiji Ozawa, Lorin Maazel, Yuri Temirkanov, Vladimir Fedoseev, Evgeny Svetlanov, Michel Plasson, Semyon Bychkov, Eliahu Inbal, Mariss Jansons, Lord Yehudi Menuhin, Myung-Whun Chung, Mikhail Pletnev and others.

Daishin is also active in the field of chamber music, and has performed with noted musicians such as Martha Argerich, Itamar Golan, Yuri Bashmet, Gidon Kremer, Mischa Maisky, Gérard Caussée, Paul Meyer, Emmanuel Pahud, Eric Le Sage, and others.
On January 22, 2007, he was chosen to perform at a special concert aimed to develop the relationship between China, Korea, and Japan, and performed chamber music with the H.I.H. Crown Prince Naruhito of Japan (viola) and Myung-Whun Chung (piano), together with Jing Zhao and Dong-Hyuck Ahn.

Since 2007, Daishin has served as music director at annual chamber music festival “Le Pont” in Ako and Himeji in Japan.

Daishin was appointed as the first concertmaster of the Berliner Philharmoniker in 2010. He performed also as a soloist with Berliner Philharmoniker under the baton of Sir Simon Rattle and Andris Nelsons. In addition, he is a member of the Philharmonic Octet Berlin.

As a recent project as a soloist, from 2010 to spring 2013, Daishin performed and recorded all of the Beethoven violin sonatas together with pianist Konstantin Lifschitz, and they received high praise for their concerts throughout Japan spanning three tours. The complete CD box of Beethoven: Complete Violin Sonatas, released worldwide on Warner Classics in January 2014.

He plays on a violin made by Andrea Guarneri, 1674.
The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen
The Estonian conductor Paavo Järvi has been Artistic Director of The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen since 2004. He also holds the positions of Music Director of Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Music Director of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Artistic Adviser to the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra and will become the seventh Music Director of the Orchestre de Paris in 2010/11.

In addition to his permanent positions, Paavo Järvi is in much demand as a guest conductor appearing regularly with orchestras such Los Angeles, New York Philharmonic, Boston, Staatskapelle Dresden, La Scala, NHK Symphony, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Bayerischer Rundfunk, Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France or the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. He gave his very successful debut with the Vienna Philharmonic in November 2006 and made his subscription series debut with the Cleveland Orchestra in May 2007.

Mr Järvi's extensive discography includes orchestral music by Grieg, the Grammy award-winning recording of Sibelius's Cantatas, and Grieg's Peer Gynt, which won the best Orchestral recording in the 2006 BBC Music Magazine Awards. All three discs were recorded with the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra. Paavo Järvi has released over 10 CDs with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.

Paavo Järvi and The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen have released recordings of Beethoven Piano Concertos with Japanese pianist Ikuyo Nakamichi and works for chamber orchestra by Igor Stravinsky and Richard Strauss.

Born in Tallinn, Estonia, he studied percussion and conducting at the Tallinn School of Music then, in 1980, moved to the USA where he continued his studies at the Curtis Institute of Music and at the Los Angeles Philharmonic Institute, with Leonard Bernstein. Mr Järvi is known for having championed many works by Estonian composers including Arvo Pärt, Erkki-Sven Tüür, Lepo Sumera and Eduard Tubin.



The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen is one of the world's leading orchestras, delighting audiences throughout the world with its unique musical style. The Estonian conductor Paavo Järvi has been the orchestra's Artistic Director since 2004.

An artistic highlight for the ensemble has been the Beethoven Project, with internationally acclaimed performances and glowing reviews. In 2009 the orchestra presented the complete cycle of all nine Beethoven symphonies with Paavo Järvi in Paris, at the Salzburg Festival, and at the Beethovenfest in Bonn. Deutsche Welle's award-winning TV documentary about the Beethoven Project was televised worldwide in September 2010, and in October all nine Beethoven symphonies, recorded in Bonn, were released on DVD. That year The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen was also recognized with the Certificate of Special Merit of the German Record Critics' Award, in particular for the Beethoven Project, and Paavo Järvi received the ECHO Classic Award as Conductor of the Year 2010 for his Beethoven interpretations with the orchestra.

In 2010 The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen and its Chief Conductor Paavo Järvi appeared in Europe, the USA, Canada, and Japan, performing works by Beethoven and the symphonies of Robert Schumann.

In 2011 the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen continued its recordings of the Schumann cycle. The first CD, with Symphonies No. 1 and 3, was released in November. An extensive tour took the orchestra to South America in August.

The orchestra received the ?Zukunftsaward? (Future Award) as ?best social innovation? in 2007 for its unique collaboration with the Gesamtschule Bremen-Ost (Bremen East Comprehensive School). In 2008 the ensemble was honored with the prestigious German Founders Award in the special award category for its successful combination of entrepreneurship and culture. In 2009 three of The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen's CD productions won ECHO Classic Awards.

The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen appears with Paavo Järvi and other renowned guest conductors and internationally sought-after soloists at major festivals and concert venues throughout the world. The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen is Orchestra in Residence at the International Beethovenfest in Bonn and the Elbphilharmonie concerts Hamburg. The orchestra continually delights audiences with its unique and refreshing style of musical interpretation, combined with an unerring instinct for imaginative, well thought-out programs. The highly motivated chamber music-like approach of each player enables the ensemble to present outstanding concerts, even without a conductor.

On this basis, long-standing and productive musical friendships have developed with such internationally renowned soloists as Sabine Meyer, Viktoria Mullova, Heinz Holliger, Olli Mustonen, Hélène Grimaud, Heinrich Schiff, Janine Jansen, and Christian Tetzlaff.

The orchestra's repertoire ranges from Baroque to contemporary music. Collaboration with specialists in specific genres has been a characteristic feature of the ensemble from the start. Thus, its work with conductors like Ton Koopman and Trevor Pinnock is just as natural as its collaborations with Heinz Holliger and Pierre Boulez. In addition, the orchestra also continues to devote particular interest to ?crossover? projects.

History of the Orchestra: Founded in 1980, The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen initially consisted of a group of outstanding music students with a grassroots constitution, in order to motivate the individual members both personally and musically. Early acid tests, such as an appearance at the UN in 1983 and Gidon Kremer's invitation to Lockenhaus in 1984/85, laid the foundations for the orchestra's rapidly growing international reputation. In 1987 the ensemble was institutionalized as a professional chamber orchestra in Frankfurt.

Since 1992 The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen has been based in the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen, where it has become an indispensable part of the city's musical life. Every season the orchestra presents three subscription series, special concerts, three chamber music series, and the open-air festival "Sommer in Lesmona." The ensemble has also been an essential component of the Bremen Music Festival since 1998, appearing in outstanding musical theatrical productions with such artists as Klaus Maria Brandauer.

The orchestra's former Principal Guest Conductors or Artistic Directors have included Mario Venzago, Heinrich Schiff, Ji?í Belohlávek, and Thomas Hengelbrock. Daniel Harding held the post of Music Director from 1999 to 2003.

In addition to their concerts, educational projects have been particularly important to the musicians for 25 years. These include concert introductions and workshops as well as innovative collaborations with schools and adult education institutions.

The Wind Soloists of The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen have been a permanent ensemble since 1990. They undertake many tours within Germany and abroad and have recorded a number of award-winning CDs.

The orchestra's numerous CD recordings for prestigious record labels such as Deutsche Grammophon, Teldec, BMG, Virgin Classics, Decca, Berlin Classics, Sony BMG, and PentaTone document the diverse activities of The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen. The first CD of the Beethoven cycle with Paavo Järvi won the prestigious German Record Critics' Annual Award for 2007. Three CDs by The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen received ECHO Classic awards in 2009. In 2010 The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie will be recognized with the Certificate of Special Merit of the German Record Critics' Award for its outstanding achievements in the recording field, the first orchestra to receive this award.

The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen moved into its new rehearsal rooms in the Gesamtschule Bremen-Ost (Bremen East Comprehensive School) in April 2007. The musicians and students work side-by-side at the school - a unique situation worldwide. In this ?future lab? many new projects and cooperative programs are developed with the school which have an impact on the neighborhood and the entire city of Bremen. The orchestra and the school received the Zukunftsaward (Future Award) 2007 as the ?best social innovation? in recognition of their outstanding commitment. The television station ARD documented this unique ?residential community? in a 45-minute film entitled Beethoven, Rap, and Dreams. The new rehearsal hall also offers a wide range of possibilities as a venue for public events and a recording studio with SACD quality. Two of the three ECHO Classic award-winning CDs for 2009 were recorded there.

The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen is organized as a company in which the musicians are sole partners. Thus, they assume full responsibility not only for artistic but for financial matters as well. This is all the more remarkable since the orchestra is only 39% subsidized and generates the remaining 61% itself.

The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen has analyzed its artistic and entrepreneurial activities with Prof. Dr. Christian Scholz of the University of Saarbrücken, one of the leading experts on the subject of high-performance teams. Based on the findings of this study, a management tool, the 5 Seconds Model, was developed, which the company orchestra uses to optimize its (high) performance on a continuing basis. Together with Prof. Dr. Scholz, the orchestra now offers the 5 Seconds Model to interested companies from the business and industrial sectors as management training for executives. In 2008, The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen received the German Founders Award, which is presented by the television station ZDF, the magazine Stern, Porsche, and the Sparkasse savings bank group ?for the successful combination of entrepreneurship and culture: a leading orchestra with the highest standard of quality, which at the same time does musical youth work in a disadvantaged area.?

The loyal support of partners and sponsors, such as the orchestra's primary sponsors, Kraft Foods, the Bremen Sparkasse and Kaefer Isoliertechnik, plays a vital role in the tremendous success of The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen. The work of the orchestra would not be possible, however, without the generous assistance of the City of Bremen in particular. In addition, numerous other friends and patrons also support the orchestra's projects and make an essential contribution to ensuring that The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen can continue to work toward achieving its artistic goals on a long-term basis.

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