Robertas Šervenikas


Süddeutsche Zeitung after “Ana Karenina” premiere at Bayerische Staatsoper

“Robertas Servenikas shows a courageous approach conducting the Bavarian State Orchestra. He manages the floating transitions between the completely opposite compositions cleverly chosen by Christian Spuck which are only united by the main instrument – the piano. Sergey Rakhmaninov’s romantic turmoil illustrates the exuberance of feelings, and Witold Lutoslavski’s noisy[…]

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Münchner Mercure

And that the ensemble are throwing themselves completely into this story, so that everything – as Cranko wanted it – feels sensuous, without artistry, close to life, to a large extent is to thank to Robertas Servenikas. Under the baton of the Lithuanian conductor, who was often praised, Prokofiev can[…]

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Süddeutsch Zeitung after Romeo and Julia in Munich

Sergei Prokoviev’s music played by the Bavarian State Orchestra conducted by Robertas Servenikas is presenting the music with all its values.Romeo and Juliet are accompanied on the long road to their death – and thus being re-awakened to blossoming life in a most beautiful way. Süddeutsch Zeitung 21.11.16. Ewa -Elisabeth[…]

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