Gloria seems to have magic powers – not only can she convince the Karaoke band of an average bar in Tokyo to play the perfect song for the occasion perfectly and in the right tune for her, but she also has perfectly memorized every line of it. And why does she let her competitor sit next to Pembridge alone when she is so jealous?
Rodrigo is STILL working in this restaurant to make one single annoying kid play in his youth orchestra? As if there are no waiters to be found…in …New York City!!!
It is made to appear like a common term in the classical music world, but „wet rehearsals“ is not at all a common term, even if reading about James Levine’s exploits would one make think so.
Even though it looks like „tickling an elephant’s balls“…this is exactly what many conductors do with their left hand! Now I know how it is called – thanks, „Mozart in the Jungle“!
Everything that is wrong with „Mozart in the Jungle“, Season 3, Episode 10: You’re the best or you f**** suck
Pembridge is a bit of a dick for leaving this emotional conversation with Cynthia after only less than a minute after arriving – directly after she mentions her cancer surgery as well! It’s like a scene out of „The Room“!
Everything that is wrong in „Mozart in the Jungle“, Season 3, Episode 9 „Creative Solutions for Creative Lives“
The great show in the memory of a great Czech woman composer consists mainly of vaudeville acts, improvised banter and the premiere of an old grumpy British composer. Not exactly women‘s lib going on here.
„the way to bring bassoons in“ is to give them a bloody cue, just like for everybody else, Pemberton!
Just when you thought it was safe to watch TV again a new series of „Mozart in the Jungle“ arrives, our favorite show that apparently exists in a parallel dimension to our dimension, a dimension where classical music is incredibly popular, where the stars look good without photoshop and where...
„Robocop’s anus“ is a correct description for a 20-second shitty electronic piece that you were invited to „work on“ as a famous conductor. And why does Andy invite a classically trained conductor to an electronic mixing studio to „work“ on this? Why does he think a classical musician can contribute something here?
Just when you thought it was safe to watch TV again a new series of „Mozart in the Jungle“ arrives, our favorite show that apparently exists in a parallel dimension to our dimension, a dimension where classical music is incredibly popular, where the stars look good without photoshop and where the audience screams with joy every time a conductor enters a stage.