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|Mauricio KAGEL||10 Märsche, um den Sieg zu Verfehlen (10 Marches to Miss the Victory)|
|Francis POULENC||Les Biches|
|Kurt WEILL||Die Sieben Todsünden (The Seven Deadly Sins)|
|Frank ZAPPA||I Was in a Drum|
|Pierre BOULEZ||Dérive 2|
|Georg Friedrich HAAS||in vain|
|Charles IVES||Symphony No. 3|
|Saul WILLIAMS / Thomas KESSLER||Said the Shotgun to the Head|
|Igor STRAVINSKY||Symphony of Psalms|
|Carl NIELSEN||Symphony No. 4 The Inextinguishable|
|Leonard BERNSTEIN||Serenade after Plato’s “Symposium”|
|Alban BERG||Lyric Suite (Lyrische Suite)|
|Edward ELGAR||Enigma Variations|
|Miloslav KABELÁČ||Overture No. 2 for large orchestra, Op. 17|
|György LIGETI||Violin Concerto|
|Antonín DVOŘÁK||The Water Goblin, Op. 107|
|Leoš JANÁČEK||Taras Bulba|
|Darius MILHAUD||La Création du Monde|
|Philip GLASS||Yorùbá Songs|
|John ADAMS||Naïve and Sentimental Music|
|Igor STRAVINSKY||Symphonies of Wind Instruments|
|Claude VIVIER||Zipangu for 13 strings|
|Henri DUTILLEUX||Mystère de l’Instant|
|Joseph HAYDN||Symphony No. 20 in C major, Hob. I:20|
|Robert SCHUMANN||Violin Concerto in D minor, WoO 23|
|Wolfgang RIHM||Verwandlungen für Orchester|
|Johannes BRAHMS||Variations on a Theme by Haydn, Op. 56a|
Conductor Jonathan Stockhammer leads the orchestra [NDR Sinfonieorchester] with verve through this exciting, apparently unstructured work [VARÈSE: "Déserts"], which stretches the musicians’ to their limits. Hamburger Abendblatt, 20/04/2015
The elaborate middle section under Stockhammer’s baton was highly entertaining. He illustrated the finesse of the score, displayed the music’s wide dynamic range and let the runs of the harmonic series shine.
Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 04/11/2014
Jonathan Stockhammer, the conductor, supervised a vibrant, exacting account of this complex, haunting work.
New York Times, 17/02/2013
Stockhammer exerted an iron control over the proceedings, so you could hear plenty of detail, even when the music was at its most violent.
The Guardian, 4/3/2012
Jonathan Stockhammer conducted the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France with a refinement of sound and ethereal sweetness.
Die Welt, 17/2/2010
An American conductor who lives in Germany, leading a radio orchestra that belongs to a station once founded by American occupation authorities, with a programme that includes works by Ives, Barber and Bernstein: it cannot get much more transatlantic than this in mid-February when Jonathan Stockhammer will conduct the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra and Gächinger Kantorei. Hans-Klaus Jungheinrich, a longstanding editor of the Frankfurter Rundschau and prominent author of books on topics such as opera and New Music, met the conductor to talk about a lifestyle based on dialogue, about exemplary conductors – and last but not least, about the music scene on both sides of the Atlantic. ...