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Bernard Haitink

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Remembering Bernard Haitink

The Gramophone podcast

The great Dutch conductor Bernard Haitink died on October 21 at the age of 92. During his 65 years career he conducted many of the world's great orchestras, holding posts with Amsterdam's Concertgebouw Orchestra for 27 years, as well as the London Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Staatskapelle Dresden, Glyndebourne and the Royal Opera, and regularly guest conducting the Boston Symphony, the Berlin and Vienna Philharmonics, the Bavarian RSO, the Chamber Orchestra of Europe and numerous others. He left over 450 recordings, and they provide the focus for this conversation between Gramophone's Editor in Chief, James Jolly, and the critic and broadcaster, and Gramophone reviewer, Rob Cowan. This Gramophone Podcast is given in association with Leipzig – the City of Music.

38mins

29 Oct 2021

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Bernard Haitink, R.I.P.

Perfect Pitch

Bruckner, Mozart, Mahler.

40mins

24 Oct 2021

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Johannes Brahms : l'intégrale des Symphonies, par Bernard Haitink

Disques de légende

durée : 00:21:57 - Disques de légende du mercredi 30 septembre 2020 - Au début des années 1970, le chef d'orchestre néerlandais Bernard Haitink enregistre les quatre Symphonies de Johannes Brahms pour le label Philips, avec l'Orchestre royal du Concertgebouw d'Amsterdam dont il est le directeur musical depuis 1964.

21mins

30 Sep 2020

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Conductor Bernard Haitink • BBC Young Musician • Grazyna Bacewicz

Music to my Ears

In our May 2018 issue episode, we discuss the critic-composer Twitter spat, France's contract to help Saudi Arabia set up an opera house and orchestra, the death of El Sistema founder José Abreu, and a See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

35mins

17 Apr 2018

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Maestro Bernard Haitink (rebroadcast from 2008) (Critical Thinking)

WFMT: Critical Thinking and Critic's Choice

In a rebroadcast from 2008, Andrew Patner talks with conductor Bernard Haitink about Mahler, Shostakovich, and life.

59mins

1 Aug 2017

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Bernard Haitink, conductor (rebroadcast) (Critical Thinking)

WFMT: Critical Thinking and Critic's Choice

In a program from January of 2014, Andrew Patner talks with Bernard Haitink about his 60th anniversary year as a conductor of leading international orchestras.

1hr 2mins

25 Apr 2016

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Bernard Haitink (Rebroadcast) (Critical Thinking)

WFMT: Critical Thinking and Critic's Choice

In a program that first aired January 13, 2014, Andrew Patner talks with Bernard Haitink discussing his 60th anniversary year as a conductor of leading international orchestras.

1hr 2mins

4 Aug 2015

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Bernard Haitink (Rebroadcast) (Critical Thinking)

WFMT: Critical Thinking and Critic's Choice

Andrew presents a 2014 conversation with Bernard Haitink discussing his 60th anniversary year as a conductor of leading international orchestras.

1hr 2mins

19 Aug 2014

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22 Jump Street; Bernard Haitink; Roisin Murphy; The Roof

Front Row: Archive 2014

Kirsty Lang talks to conductor and violinist Bernard Haitink as he looks back over his career as he celebrates his 85th birthday. Catherine Bray reviews buddy cop movie sequel 22 Jump Street, starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum. Róisín Murphy, the lead singer of Moloko, is back with a solo EP all in Italian, covering some classic Italian torchsongs. She tells Kirsty why she's decided to make life difficult for herself by singing in a language she can't speak fluently. And the directors of a new free-running theatre show The Roof, which takes place in a converted outdoor car park next to London's National Theatre, discuss the challenges of parkour on rooftops and why the audience are handed out headphones as they enter the arena.

28mins

3 Jun 2014