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Hugh Wolff opens the Belgian National Orchestra’s 2018/19 Season

Hugh Wolff opens the Belgian National Orchestra’s 2018/19 Season

This week, conductor Hugh Wolff returns to Brussels to inaugurate his second season at the helm of the Belgian National Orchestra Conducting the opening concert of the new 2018/19 season at the Bozar in Brussels on 14 September, the programme ...

John Nelson triumphs at the Gramophone Awards 2018

John Nelson triumphs at the Gramophone Awards 2018

Wright Music Management congratulates conductor John Nelson on his success at the prestigious Gramophone Awards 2018
 His critically acclaimed Erato/Warner Classics recording of Berlioz’s opera Les Troyens, featuring a star-studded cast which ...

Anneleen Lenaerts to première Kalevi Aho’s concerto for harp and strings “Mearra“ in Finland

Anneleen Lenaerts to première Kalevi Aho’s concerto for harp and strings “Mearra“ in Finland

On 16 September, renowned harpist Anneleen Lenaerts will give the Finnish première of Kalevi Aho’s Mearra – a work specially written for her by the acclaimed composer – partnered by the St Michel Strings and conductor Erkki ...

Cem Mansur on tour with the Turkish National Youth Philharmonic

Cem Mansur on tour with the Turkish National Youth Philharmonic

As founder and Music Director of the Turkish National Youth Philharmonic Orchestra, Cem Mansur will take this renowned group of young musicians on a European tour from 4 – 18 September, to perform in Istanbul, Prague, Bratislava, Vienna, Budapest ...

Alena Baeva debuts with the Turkish National Youth Philharmonic

Alena Baeva debuts with the Turkish National Youth Philharmonic

Alena Baeva will be making her debut with the Turkish National Youth Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Music Director Cem Mansur Joining the orchestra on their European tour, Alena will be performing Bernstein’s Serenade in Istanbul (4 ...

Stephen Kovacevich debuts with the Turkish National Youth Philharmonic

Stephen Kovacevich debuts with the Turkish National Youth Philharmonic

The Warsaw Philharmonic Hall will see Stephen Kovacevich make his debut with the Turkish National Youth Philharmonic Orchestra on 18 September  Joining the orchestra on the last leg of their European tour with Music Director Cem Mansur, Stephen ...

Stephen Kovacevich debuts at Künstlerhaus Boswil

Stephen Kovacevich debuts at Künstlerhaus Boswil

Returning to Switzerland for a third time in 2018, Stephen will be making his debut at Künstlerhaus Boswil on 9 September with a monumental programme to include major works by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms and Schubert’s glorious B flat major sonata

John Nelson conducts Werther in Wuppertal

John Nelson conducts Werther in Wuppertal

John Nelson starts the new season with a production of Massenet’s Werther at the Wuppertal Opera in a production by Karin Kotzbauer-Bode He will be conducting the Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra alongside a cast led by Sangmin Jeon, Catriona Morison ...

Joseph Bastian debuts with Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra

Joseph Bastian debuts with Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra

Maestro Bastian makes his much anticipated YNSO debut with a concert tour of Japan from 5 – 8 September 2018, to include the cities of Osaka, Fukuoka, Sasebo and Kudamatsu  Joining Joseph on stage is Mayuko Kamio, who will be performing ...

Alena Baeva debuts with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Alena Baeva debuts with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Alena will make her long awaited debut with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra during her participation at the 14th Chopin and his Europe International Festival in Warsaw Her performance of Karłowicz’s Violin Concerto will be conducted by Grzegorz ...

Anneleen Lenaerts to perform at the opening concert of the Moritzburg Festival

Anneleen Lenaerts to perform at the opening concert of the Moritzburg Festival

World renowned harpist Anneleen Lenaerts will be returning to the Moritzburg Festival, this time to perform at the opening concert of the 2018 edition on 11 August Performing Mozart’s Concerto for Flute and Harp, she will be joined by flutist ...

Alena Baeva makes her PyeongChang Music Festival debut

Alena Baeva makes her PyeongChang Music Festival debut

Alena will make her long awaited debut at the acclaimed PyeongChang Music Festival situated on the grounds of the Alpensia Resort She will perform in two recitals on 3 August playing works by Ravel, Martinu and Mendelssohn’s Octet (arranged for ...

Alexander Chausian performs at Festival de Musique de Menton

Alexander Chausian performs at Festival de Musique de Menton

Alexander will perform a solo recital on 1 August at Musée Jean Cocteau as part of the Festival de Musique de Menton The programme will include Bach’s Cello Suites No 1 & 2, Paganini’s Caprice No 17, Crumb’s Cello Sonata and Sollima’s ...

Laurence Equilbey in the New York Times

Laurence Equilbey in the New York Times

“A pioneer” – thus wrote the New York Times in describing conductor Laurence Equilbey, in their feature interview – read here – ahead of her performances of Haydn’s Die Schöpfung at Lincoln Center this week Equilbey will be ...

Alexander Chausian debuts at the PyeongChang Music Festival

Alexander Chausian debuts at the PyeongChang Music Festival

Alexander Chausian’s will make his PyeongChang Festival debut at the Alpensia Concert Hall on 25 & 26 July  He will be joined by Freddy Kempf, Maxim Rysanov and Boris Brovtsyn to perform Dvorak’s Piano Quartet No 2  Chaushian will also be ...

Anna Tsybuleva tours the Far East

Anna Tsybuleva tours the Far East

Anna Tsybuleva will make her debut with the Asian Youth Orchestra during a month long tour of the Far East performing Rachmaninov’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini with the orchestra’s Artistic Director Richard Pontzious  The tour will start ...

Alena Baeva returns to Ohrid Festival

Alena Baeva returns to Ohrid Festival

Making a welcome return to the idyllic Macedonian town of Ohrid, Alena will be joined by pianist Vadym Kholodenko for a recital at the Ohrid Festival Performing in The Church of Saint Sophia on 20 July, the programme will include Beethoven’s ...

Alena Baeva makes her Danish recital debut

Alena Baeva makes her Danish recital debut

Alena will make her Danish recital debut at the Frederiksværk Festival on 5 July with Julien Libeer  The programme will include Beethoven’s Violin Sonata No 4, Ravel’s Violin Sonata No 2 and Schubert’s Sonatine

Hugh Wolff returns to Aspen Music Festival

Hugh Wolff returns to Aspen Music Festival

Hugh Wolff makes a welcome return to the prestigious Aspen Music Festival in June and July As well as being on the faculty for the Aspen Conducting Academy, Wolff will perform two concerts, first conducting the Aspen Chamber Symphony on 29 June, in ...

Stephen Kovacevich performs at The Martha Argerich Festival in Hamburg

Stephen Kovacevich performs at The Martha Argerich Festival in Hamburg

We are proud to announce that Stephen will be performing at the inaugural concert of ‘The Martha Argerich Festival’ – a newly established festival by Symphoniker Hamburg  The performance will take place on 25 June at the Laeiszhalle  ...

Anneleen Lenaerts performs at the opening of the Stiftskonzerte Linz 2018

Anneleen Lenaerts performs at the opening of the Stiftskonzerte Linz 2018

Harpist Anneleen Lenaerts has been invited to perform at the opening concert of the prestigious Stiftkonzerte Linz this week, featuring Mozart’s Flute and Harp Concerto She will be joined by flutist Marina Piccilini and the Bruckner Orchester Linz ...

Hugh Wolff returns to Brussels

Hugh Wolff returns to Brussels

Hugh Wolff returns to Brussels this week for a typically eclectic and exciting programme with his Belgian National Orchestra The two concerts on 8 and 10 June at the Palais des Beaux-Arts will feature John Adams’ Short Ride in a Fast Machine, ...

Stephen Kovacevich returns to Paris

Stephen Kovacevich returns to Paris

Stephen Kovacevich will once again be performing at Théâtre des Champs-Elysées on 6 June with a programme to include works by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms and Schubert’s great B flat major sonata

Jacek Kaspszyk celebrates Bernstein in Warsaw Philharmonic’s season finale

Jacek Kaspszyk celebrates Bernstein in Warsaw Philharmonic’s season finale

Jacek Kaspszyk and his Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra will celebrate Leonard Bernstein in his 100th anniversary year, with two concert performances of the composer’s beloved Candide this week These highly-anticipated concerts on 8 and 9 June, will ...