Flot og stemningsfuld opførelse af #RiteOfNothing af #LouiseAlenius i #Cisternerne i går aftes. Tiden stod stille, da stemmerne fra et stjernehold af sangere brød stilheden i det imponerende rum og de røde sweatre kom til syne!
You hear about conductors who motivate and inspire orchestras during rehearsals and concerts by creating a positive and constructive atmosphere where both parties elevate their musicianship and share something special with the audience. Conductors with charisma and positive energy that is so contagious, that you as a audience or orchestra member can't help to be changed when you leave the concert venue. Conductors who of course understand that perfection takes hard work and discipline, but that music is what comes out of a successful team work with focus on encouragement of the individual talent to create one collective result. #MarekJanowski did everything else than that last night with the #RoyalDanishOrchestra. He seemed completely uninterested in using all of the advantages of having a very flexible, agile and highly skilled team of musicians at his disposal. As always the orchestra seemed very positive and professional and did what they could to keep the energy up and give their very best performance, but they could only do so much for the audience, when Marek Janowski did what he could to create such a bad atmosphere, where he alternately shoushed the orchestra (and the audience!) and with fast movements in his left hand asked for more. What it was more of, I don't know, because it wasn't exactly clear. More espressivo? More volume? He let the orchestra and audience down and it was not until the last movement of Johannes Brahms' 3rd Symphony that you understood that the rest of the concert only had been a shadow of its full potential. #DetKongeligeKapel#DetKongeligeTeater