New Jersey Symphony Orchestra: impressive in Mozart show


Augustin Dumay est devenu au fil du temps une référence incontournable dans l’interprétation mozartienne, au concert comme au disque.

Concert

New Jersey Symphony Orchestra: impressive in Mozart show
Mozart performances can sometimes tend to be merely pleasant, but Dumay galvanized the orchestra as he encouraged brisk tempos and sharp articulations that brought out the vibrancy within the composer’s works […] 
As a soloist, Dumay’s concentrated, brilliant sound and stage animal demeanor […] Dumay led the Symphony No.29 (and) drew plenty of character – as he did throughout the program.
The Star-Ledger, Ronni Reich, Nov. 2012
New Jersey Symphony Orchestra / Augustin Dumay violin & conductor

the poetry that Dumay brought to the beautiful encore [the Adagietto from Bizet’s L’Arlesienne Suite No.1] was indescribable. I think there weren’t too many dry eyes in the house, including on stage. Dumay represents a very high level of artistry, and to hear that in both his playing and his conducting was a high point of the season for me.
Musician insight, Jonathan Spitz, Principal Cello of NJSO, Nov. 2012
New Jersey Symphony Orchestra / Augustin Dumay violin & conductor

Since his appointment as a music director at Kansai Philharmonic Orchestra, the orchestral sound has been improved dramatically.
Nikkei Newspaper, Uran Sasaki, Sep. 2011