Maestro Vakhtang Jordania

1943-2005


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      RUSSIAN FEDERAL ORCHESTRA - MOSCOW
CHIEF CONDUCTOR AND ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

DAEGU CITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA -
DAEGU, SOUTH KOREA

CHIEF CONDUCTOR AND ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

KHARKOV PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA - KHARKOV, UKRAINE
LAUREATE CHIEF CONDUCTOR FOR LIFE

KHARKOV OPERA COMPANY
ARTISTIC ADVISOR

ST. PETERSBURG FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA
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For more about Maestro Vakhtang Jordania, read his bio here.

Read a New Gramophone Korea Feature Story About Vakhtang Jordania (In Korean) here.

Information about the Vakhtang Jordania International
Conducting Competition here.
"... Jordania conducts with technical assurance and flair. There was clear shape along with undulant flow... (he) had a clear conception of the (Shostakovich 7th) ... the (American Symphony) orchestra responded with fine playing, especially the luminous strings ... (he) was received as a returning hero" - New York Times

"Scintillating Shostakovich... under the brilliant baton of the Georgian conductor ... The Irish Independent, Dublin

"Jordania led a superlative reading (of Puccini's score) in a performance that sounded impeccably prepared." - Opera News

"Vakhtang Jordania inspired a well-weighed, well-balanced performance. - NRC Handelsblad, Amsterdam

"Jordania... communicated his convictions to the players-and thus to the audience ... The ensemble sounded like a new orchestra" - Los Angeles Times

"The Pacific Symphony musicians offered Jordania the ultimate tribute. They refused to stand after Rossini's Overture to "La Gazza Ladra," forcing him to accept the ovation by himself" - Orange County Register

"Under Vakhtang Jordania's baton, the Mendelssohn Italian Symphony was light and delicate. He created an air of suave grace and gaiety without being affected... " - Sud Ouest, Bordeaux

"Portland Opera's production is greatly enhanced by the rigorous restraint of conductor Jordania, who also conducted (a) sizzling "Carmen" a couple of seasons back." - The Oregonian

"Jordania... brings poise, authority and grace to the podium... illuminating the sweep of the music." - Rochester Times Union


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