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He will be back later in the year as principal conductor emeritus but in the meantime there will be even more recordings, more guest appearances, and the challenge to ensure that the New Jersey Philharmonic gives the New York Phil a run for its money.
Göteborgs-Posten Magnus Haglund Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra Conductor Neeme Järvi Soloist Ilya Gringolts violin Music by Stravinsky, Prokofiev, Rachmaninov The Gothenburg Concert Hall, Wednesday 14th January 2004 What a bite there is to his playing, the young Russian violinist Ilya Gringolts.
Next year Järvi retires from Gothenberg after 22 years to become conductor emeritus.
He leaves the orchestra 116-strong and in fine musical shape, having forged a reputation as the leading interpreter on record of Scandinavian composers such as Sibelius and Grieg but also raising the international profile of Sweden’s leading composer, Wilhelm Stenhammar.
If this latter reading is as strong as the Prokofiev performance, then it’s going to be a fantastic record.
After interval, the orchestra and Neeme Järvi make a fine contribution in the bittersweet 3rd symphony of Rachmaninov.
Järvi will also maintain his close links with two more orchestras, the Japan Philharmonic in Tokyo and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, where he was principal conductor for many years.
And when the travelling finally ends Järvi’s influence on classical music, an influence far greater than his reputation, will continue to roll down the years.
Järvi’s last appearance as principal conductor in Gothenberg is on May 15, when he will repeat his first concert of 1982.In the past Gothenberg has been stuck firmly in the 19th-century romantic symphonic tradition.Järvi remains very alive to the problems facing classical music. There is all this downloading [from the internet] and, apart from Naxos with its low prices and interesting repertoire, the big companies can’t solve the problem.In Gothenberg Volvo is the main sponsor of the band; in Detroit it is the motor industry, led by General Motors, which helps keep the orchestra afloat.Järvi is one of those conductors who never quite made it to the leadership of one of the world’s great orchestras but who has made an essential contribution by bolstering symphonic music on the periphery.