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Oberpfalz Nachrichten

30.10.2007
The National Philharmonic of Russia impressed with an unusually transparent and ethereal rendering of Tchaikovsky's Symphony in F minor… Vladimir Spivakov, Principal Conductor, emphasized the clear elegance of the movements' sequence, rather than a sentimental rapture.

Süddeutsche Zeitung

26.10.2007
For merely four years of its existence the National Philharmonic of Russia has moved out into the ranks of the best orchestras and proved its ranking now in the Munich Philharmonie… If five days ago in the Zurich Tonhalle the Orchestra impressed with its power most of all, in Munchen it showed the might of another kind, that does not require loud brass and percussion… It was long before that an orchestra of this class toured in Munich…

Südkurier

25.10.2007
With Isaak Schwartz' Yellow Stars the National Philharmonic of Russia had a great opportunity to display various aspects of mastery. Wonderful soloists: a clear trumpet, klezmer-clarinets, the strings, blazing up and fading down, with a lush violin solo, the impressive cellos and the cheeky dialogue of the winds…

Neue Zürcher Zeitung

22.10.2007
Very rarely a visual and acoustic impression is merged in such an entire and convincing sound image as it happened in the Finale of Shostakovich's Fifth Symphony. When the strings played at fortissimo their A in unison during a minute the audience got shuttered… Among the rich winds the warm flute tone was particularly noted… sweet chords of the brass and precisely built cantilena of the strings…