“Behind Dubóczky’s precíse conducting without a baton lie confident and decisive ideas: he didn’t just give the beat, but communicated the music in such a way that the orchestra and the audience were both actively involved. The music’s speech-like character, its procedures, its sense of direction were of importance for him and his interpretation presented us with the essence of the work in all its completeness. Even the audience were assisted through his conducting in finding their way around the symphony’s structure.”

Olvassa el az egész cikket, itt: Muzsikakalendarium.hu