Alessandro Crudele

conductor
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Alessandro Crudele, conductor
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© Marco Borggreve
Alessandro Crudele
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© Marco Borggreve
Alessandro Crudele, conductor
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© Marco Borggreve
Alessandro Crudele, conductor
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© Marco Borggreve
Alessandro Crudele, conductor
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© Marco Borggreve
Alessandro Crudele, conductor
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© Marco Borggreve
Alessandro Crudele, conductor
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© Marco Borggreve
Alessandro Crudele, conductor
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© Marco Borggreve
Alessandro Crudele
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© Marco Borggreve
Video / Audio
Alessandro Crudele, Portrait Part 1
German critics have named Alessandro Crudele as "Podium Strategist" and the legendary pianist Gerhard Oppitiz has stated: "he is certainly one of the most significant conductors of his generation -- his artistry is demonstrating a well-balanced combination of musical intelligence and highly refined sensitivity".

Filmed in 2012, this short but intimate documentary accompanies the young italian conductor, who is based in Berlin, during his travels, which include stops at the Dewan Philharmonik in Malaysia, the Casa da Música in Porto and the famous Smetana Hall in Prague, featuring the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, Prague Symphony Orchestra and Orquestra Sinfónica do Porto Casa da Música.
Alessandro Crudele, Portrait Part 2
German critics have named Alessandro Crudele as "Podium Strategist" and the legendary pianist Gerhard Oppitiz has stated: "he is certainly one of the most significant conductors of his generation -- his artistry is demonstrating a well-balanced combination of musical intelligence and highly refined sensitivity".

Filmed in 2012, this short but intimate documentary accompanies the young italian conductor, who is based in Berlin, during his travels, which include stops at the Dewan Philharmonik in Malaysia, the Casa da Música in Porto and the famous Smetana Hall in Prague, featuring the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, Prague Symphony Orchestra and Orquestra Sinfónica do Porto Casa da Música.
Ravel: Pavane pour une infante défunte · Alessandro Crudele
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Alessandro Crudele conducts the JPO
A short documentary about Alessandro Crudele's critically acclaimed visit to South Africa.

Typical comments from critics included, "This was virtuoso playing of the most refined sort" (Artslink), "He had flexibility, a gift for a neat rhythmic swerve, and a sense of timing" (Pretoria News), and "Crudele's ingrained exploration of the music's inner textures made the reading even more stimulating." The Citizen wrote, "Crudele drew a huge dynamic range from the players, from a whisper to a roar," and finally, "The fourth and final season of 2010 will be remembered by the quite amazing debut of the young Italian conductor Alessandro Crudele" (Artslink).

The footage was filmed during the last concert of the Johannesburg Philharmonic's 2010 season.
credits: Filming: Diamonddogfilms
Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5 - Mov 3 - Alessandro Crudele
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Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5 - Mov 1, Part 2 - Alessandro Crudele
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Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5 - Mov 1, Part 1 - Alessandro Crudele
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