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     A “tall, majestic bass” with “impeccable technique” and “a palpable presence on stage” Canadian bass-baritone Nathan Berg’s career has spanned a vast range of repertoire on the concert and operatic stage. His recent dramatic work has earned acclaim around the globe from the title role in Der fliegende Holländer in his Bolshoi Theatre debut, Alberich in Das Rheingold with the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra and Minnesota Opera, Doktor in Wozzeck with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and the Houston Symphony to his company debut at Teatro alla Scala, in Robert Carsen’s world-premiere production of Battistelli’s CO2.

    Establishing himself as a specialist in the works of Wagner, the 2017/18 season will see Mr. Berg return to the role of Holländer at the Cincinnati Opera Festival, Alberich in Das Rheingold with Opéra de Montréal and making his debut as Wotan in Das Rheingold at the Badisches Staatstheatre, Karlsruhe, Germany. In 17/18 he will also make debuts at the Salzburger Festspiele and Whitsun Festival singing The King of Scotland in Christof Loy’s production of Ariodante opposite Cecilia Bartoli in the title role, and Douglas d’Angus in La donna del lago, also opposite Cecilia Bartoli. An incredible presence on the symphonic stage, Nathan Berg will perform Elgar’s The Dream of Gerontius with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Andrew Davis, as well as with the Vancouver Symphony, conducted by Bramwell Tovey. He will also perform with conductor Hannu Lintu, first in Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis with the Finnish National Radio Orchestra, then with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra in Rachmaninoff’s The Bells. Another season highlight will be Detlev Glanert’s Requiem at the new Elbphilharmonie concert hall in Hamburg.

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    In 2016/17 Nathan Berg appeared as Bluebeard in Mariusz Trelinski’s new production of Bluebeard’s Castle for Teatr Wielki, Vodnik in Rusalka for Beijing’s National Centre for the Performing Arts and returned to Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra as Doktor under Markus Stenz. Other appearances included Semperoper Dresden as Zoroastro in Orlando in Andreas Kriegenburg’s production, the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks for L’enfant et les sortilèges under Esa-Pekka Salonen, the Wratislavia Cantans International Festival for Mahler’s Symphony No. 8 under Jacek Kaspszyk, BBC Scottish Symphony for Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis under Donald Runnicles, Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra for Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 under Andrés Orozco-Estrada and the Orquesta Sinfónica del Principado de Asturias for The Dream of Gerontius under Rossen Milanov. In North America, Mr. Berg performed Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 with the San Diego Symphony, Saskatoon Symphony, and Grand Teton Music Festival; the latter conducted by Donald Runnicles, Mozart Requiem with the Rhode Island Philharmonic and Bramwell Tovey, and returned to the Edmonton Symphony for an evening of opera excerpts.

    In his vast range of styles and repertoire Berg is in demand by the world’s most distinguished conductors including Kurt Masur, Sir Andrew Davis, Hannu Lintu, Roger Norrington, Hans Graf, Donald Runnicles, Philippe Herreweghe, Vasily Petrenko, Vladimir Ashkenazy, and Michael Tilson Thomas to name a few.

    As a Grammy-nominated and Juno Award-winning recording artist he has performed on over 30 recordings of works ranging from the 17th to 20th century with period to modern orchestras. Early in his career, Nathan Berg established his name as an outstanding interpreter of baroque and pre-classical music, both in concert and opera alongside major Mozart roles around the world. Notable amongst his many early recordings with Les Arts Florissants are Mozart’s Requiem and Handel’s Messiah and video recordings of Rameau’s Les Indes Galantes (Opéra de Paris) and Lully’s Armide (Théâtre des Champs-Elysées). Other noteworthy earlier recordings are Dvořák’s Stabat Mater with Robert Shaw and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Peter Hall’s Glyndebourne Festival production of Rossini’s La Cenerentola as well as lieder recordings including songs by Othmar Schoeck and the album ‘Lieder Recital’ with pianist Julius Drake. Recent releases include Wozzeck (Doktor) with the Houston Symphony and Hans Graf, Dvořák’s Requiem with the Royal Flemish Philharmonic and Philippe Herreweghe, Beethoven’s Symphony No.9 with Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony and Les Indes Galantes with Christophe Rousset and the Théâtre du Capitole, Toulouse. Soon to be released are Rusalka (Vodnik) in DVD and Donna del Lago (Duglas) in CD.

    Born in Saskatchewan, Nathan Berg studied in his native Canada, the United States, Paris and at the Guildhall School of Music, London, where he won the prestigious Gold Medal for Singers.


  • With a “first-class voice” (The Boston Globe), Nathan Berg has emerged as one of the most in-demand bass-baritones of his generation. Berg enjoys a versatile career that incorporates a balance of concert, recital and operatic performances. Recognized as a leader in Baroque and Classical performance in his earlier career, he is now becoming acknowleged as an emerging star in Romantic and later period performance with his recent debuts as Wagner's Dutchman (Bolshoi in Moscow) and Alberich, Puccini's Scarpia, Bartok's Bluebeard and Berg’s Doktor in Wozzeck among others. In his 2016 stage debut as Alberich in Rheingold, Nathan had “a star turn” (Twin Cities Arts Reader). Nathan was “complex, believable and of magnificent voice” (Pioneer Press) and his final curse on the ring was “spine-tingling” (Backtrack) and “the evening’s most compelling moment” (Star Tribune). 

    Born in Saskatchewan, Canada, three-time Grammy nominated, Juno award winning and 2014 Juno award nominee Nathan Berg did a majority of his musical studies in Canada, U.S. and France, finishing up at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, where he studied with Vera Rozsa and won the Gold Medal for Singers. He is a winner of prizes in the Royal Over-Seas League, Peter Pears, Kathleen Ferrier and Walther Gruner Lieder competitions. 

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    With repertoire ranging from Bach and Handel to Mahler and Wagner, he has travelled extensively to perform with such conductors as Davis, Slatkin, Masur, Boulez, Harding, Hogwood, Salonen, Dutoit, Dohnanyi, Christie, Herreweghe, Tilson-Thomas, Abbado, Norrington, Haenchen, Rilling, King and Leppard. Mr. Berg has performed with numerous orchestras around the world including the New York Philharmonic, Berlin Philharmonic, Cleveland Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, Montreal Symphony, The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, the National Symphony, the Rias Kammerchor, the Academy of Ancient Music, Les Arts Florissants and the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra just to name a few. 

    Highlights of his 2016/2017 season include a stage debut as Alberich in Rheingold at Minnesota Opera and his debut at the Salzburg Festival as the King in Ariodante and Duglas in Rossini’s La Donna del Lago both alongside Cecilia Bartoli.

    2015/2016 found Nathan with the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks under Salonen for Ravel’s L’enfant et les Sortileges, Bartok’s Bluebeard’s Castle (Bluebeard) directed by Mariusz Trelinski at Polish National Opera (a co-production with the Metropolitan Opera, New York), Dvorak’s Rusalka (Vodnik) at the National Center for the Performing Arts in Beijing, debuting with Semperoper in Dresden in Handel’s Orlando (Zoroastro) and performing the Doktor in Wozzeck with Markus Stenz at the Concertgebouw.

    Some 2014/2015 highlights were his debut with the Teatro alla Scala, Milan in the world premier of Giorgio Battistelli’s CO2, Alberich in Wagner’s Rheingold under Myung-Whun Chung with the Seoul Philharmonic, with the Budapest Festival Orchestra for Handel's Apollo e Dafne, Montreal Symphony for Bernstein’s A Quiet Place (Sam), Finnish Radio Symphony for Haydn’s Creation under Hannu Lintu, Leone in Handel’s Tamerlano at La Monnai, Brussels and Netherlands Opera and as the Doktor in Berg’s Wozzeck with Donald Runnicles and the BBCSSO. 

    2013/2014 saw Nathan debut with the Bolshoi Opera, Moscow as the Dutchman in Wagner's Flying Dutchman, at Carnegie Hall with Roger Norrington and Beethoven's Missa Solemnis, with the Royal Flemish Philharmonic under Philippe Herreweghe to record  Dvořák’s Requiem, with the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra under Vasily Petrenko in Dvořák’s Stabat Mater, with the Opéra National de Bordeaux as Huascar in Les Indes galantes, with Vladimir Ashkenazy and the Philharmonia Orchestra with Prokofiev’s Ivan the Terrible, 

    Other recent operatic highlights include debut performances in Valencia as Sprecher in Mozart's Magic Flute, concert performances of Handel's Theodora with Le Concert Spirituel, concert performances of Berg's Wozzeck with the Houston Symphony under Hans Graff, Rameau's Les Indes Gallantes at Opera de Toulouse, Zoroastro in Handel's Orlando at Opéra de Lille, Opéra de Dijon and Théâtre des Champs-Élysées by acclaimed director David McVicar and under the baton of Emmanuelle Haim, performances at l'Opéra national de Paris in a new production by Laurent Pelly of Handel's Giulio Cesare as Achilla, a return to Edmonton Opera for his role debut as Scarpia in Tosca, The Rake's Progress and Semele at La Monnaie and Don Giovanni with The Calgary Opera (after which he was nominated in the 2010 Betty Mitchell Awards for“Outstanding Performance By An Actor In A Comedy Or Musical”).

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    A few recent symphony engagements have included the St. John Passion with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, St. Matthew Passion with the Concertgebouw Orchestra,  Mahler's Symphony No. 8 with the Royal Scottish Symphony Orchestra, the Brahms Requiem with the National Arts Centre Orchestra debut performances with the Seattle Symphony and Maestro Ludovic Morlot with Mahler's Kindertotenlieder, performances of Beethoven's 9th Symphony with the Houston Symphony, Atlanta Symphony, Philadelphia Orchestra and San Francisco Symphony (also recorded for commercial release),  and Dvořák's Te Deum with the Cleveland Orchestra. 

    At the Proms in London he has performed with the English Concert and Trevor Pinnock and with the BBC Symphony Orchestra under Belohlavek. Some other concert highlights have included L'Enfance du Christ with Eschenbach and the Orchestre de Paris, Haydn's Creation under Daniel Harding with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Bartok's Bluebeard's Castle with the Montreal Symphony, Walton's Belshazzar's Feast with the Toronto Symphony and Sir Andrew Davis, the premier of the Robert Levin's new completion of Mozart's Mass in C Minor with the Orchestra of St. Luke's at Carnegie Hall, and Haydn and Rameau concerts with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra under William Christie, Beethoven's 9th Symphony at the Tanglewood Festival (Boston Symphony), the Hollywood Bowl (Los Angeles Philharmonic), the National Symphony in Washington and with the Montreal Symphony, Mussorgsky's Songs and Dances of Death with the Philharmonia Orchestra and Esa-Pekka Salonen, Mozart's Requiem in his debut performance with Kurt Masur and the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Handel's Messiah for his debut with the Philadelphia Orchestra under Nicholas McGegan, and with the New York Philharmonic under Sir Neville Marriner, Mahler's Des Knaben Wunderhorn with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Mozart's Requiem and Haydn's Nelson Mass with Les Violons du Roy in Montreal and at Alice Tully Hall, Haydn's Seasons with Les Arts Florissants and the Brahms Requiem with the Toronto Symphony.

    Operatic roles have included the role of Argante in Rinaldo at the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich, the title role in Le Nozze di Figaro for New York City Opera and the Netherlands Opera, with whom he also sang Manoa/Samson and Mercurio/L'Incoronazione di Poppea, Ferrando/Il Trovatore in Trieste, Schaunard/La Bohème for the Canadian Opera Company and with Ozawa in Tokyo and Colline in La Bohème at the Opera de Paris Bastille and Vancouver Opera. Also with the Opera de Paris Mr. Berg has sung Masetto /Don Giovanni, Thesée in Rameau's Hippolyte et Aricie and Huascar/Ali in Rameau's Les Indes Galantes. He made his debut with Wagner in the role of the Dutchman with Utah Opera and with Bartok with Bluebeard and the Montreal Symphony. He sang Guglielmo/Cosi fan tutte for Welsh National Opera, Vancouver Opera and Edmonton Opera and Leporello/Don Giovanni for New York City Opera and English National Opera. He also sang Leporello and Masetto in Peter Brook's production for Aix-en-Provence, conducted by Claudio Abbado and Daniel Harding in Aix and the tour that followed and was Masetto in Graham Vick's production at Glyndebourne, where he returned to sing the role of Alidoro in a new production of La Cenerentola at the 2005 Festival and Achilla/Giulio Cesare at the 2006 Festival. Other recent engagements include Leporello/Don Giovanni for Austin Lyric Opera, Texas, and in Moscow, and Marcello/La Bohème for Edmonton Opera. Mr. Berg  Recent concert work included Messiah with the Toronto and New Jersey Symphony Orchestras, Mozart's Mass in C with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra under Lorin Maazel, and the Mozart Requiem with the Orchestre de Lille and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, with whom he will also sang the Bach Magnificat.

    Mr. Berg is also a prolific recitalist and, working with eminent pianists such as Graham Johnson, Malcolm Martineau, Julius Drake, Roger Vignoles and Martin Katz, has given recitals at the Wigmore Hall, Edinburgh Festival, Musee d'Orsay in Paris, the Blackheath Concert Halls, the Aix-en-Provence Festival and at the Lincoln Center in New York.

    Berg is an established recording artist with over thirty CD and DVD recordings to his name. Some of Berg's recording highlights include the recently released Beethoven 9th Symphony with Tilson-Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony, Dvořák's Stabat Mater with Robert Shaw and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, various lieder recordings including songs by Othmar Schoeck and the album 'Lieder Recital' with Julius Drake as well as multiple collaborations with Les Arts Florissants, including Handel’s Messiah, Mozart’s Requiem and Rameau’s Zoroastre. DVD highlights are Alidoro with Glyndebourne's production of Cenerentola, Huascar/Ali (Rameaus' Les Indes Galantes) with Paris Opera, Hidraot in Armide by Lully with the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées and Achilla in Handel's Giulio Cesare with Paris Opera. Soon to be released are Rameau's Les Indes Galantes (Huascar) from a 2014 production at Opéra National de Bordeaux (DVD recording) and Dvořák’s Requiem with the Royal Flemish Philharmonic under Philippe Herreweghe (2014).




    Orchestras/Organisations Nathan has Performed With;

    North American

    -New York Philharmonic

    -Carnegie Hall 

    -Chicago Symphony

    -National Symphony, Washington,DC

    -Los Angeles Philharmonic

    -Atlanta Symphony

    -Cleveland Orchestra 

    -Boston Symphony Orchestra

    -Montreal Symphony  Orchestra

    -Hollywood Bowl/Los Angeles Philharmonic

    -Tanglewood Festival

    -National Arts Centre, Ottawa

    -Toronto Symphony

    -Colorado Symphony

    -Edmonton Symphony

    -Violons du Roy

    -St Paul Chamber Orchestra

    -St Louis Symphony

    -San Francisco Symphony 

    -Washington National Cathedral 

    -Vancouver Symphony

    -Oregon Bach Festival

    -Nashville Symphony

    -Memphis Symphony

    -Handel and Haydn Society

    -Boston Baroque

    -Detroit Symphony

    -Grant Park Festival, Chicago

    -Saratoga Performing Arts Center

    -Seattle Symphony

    -Baltimore Symphony 

    -Minnesota Orchestra 

    -Milwaukee Symphony 

    -Calgary Symphony

    -Ann Arbor Symphony

    -Naples Philharmonic

    -Grand Philharmonic Choir/ Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony

    -Pacific Symphony

    -New Jersey Symphony

    -Cincinatti Symphony

    -Music of the Baroque (Chicago)

    -Philadelphia Orchestra

    -Houston Symphony

    -National Symphony Orchestra of Mexico

    -Orquesta Sinfonica de Puerto Rico

    -Washington National Cathedral Baroque Orchestra

    -Charlotte Symphony

    -Dallas Symphony

    -Rhode Island Philharmonic

    -San Diego Symphony


    Europe

    -Berlin Philharmonic

    -London Philharmonic

    -Philharmonia

    -Concertgebouw Orchestra

    -Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

    -Academy of Ancient Music

    -Les Arts Florissants

    -City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

    -Mahler Chamber Orchestra

    -Manchester Symphony

    -Orchestre Nationale de Lille

    -Freiburg Baroque

    -Les Talens Lyrique

    -Concert d’Astree

    -English Chamber Orchestra

    -BBC Symphony

    -Three Choirs Festival

    -Budapest Festival Orchestra

    -Budapest Festival Orchestra Baroque Ensemble

    -Ulster Orchestra

    -Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra

    -Gulbenkian Orchestra, Lisbon

    -Royal Scottish Symphony Orchestra

    -BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra

    -Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra

    -Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra

    -Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks

    -Staatskapelle Dresden

    -Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra


    Outside of Europe and North America

    -Israel Philharmonic

    -Sao Paulo Symphony 

    -Singapore Symphony

    -Seoul Philharmonic


    Opera companies worked with;

    -Teatro alla Scala, Milan

    -Bolshoi Opera, Moscow

    -Opera de Paris

    -Bayerische Staatsoper (Baverian State Opera)

    -Glyndebourne Festival

    -La Monnaie, Brussels

    -Aix en Provence Festival

    -New York City Opera

    -Utah Opera

    -Arizona Opera

    -Austin Lyric 

    -Calgary Opera

    -Vancouver Opera

    -Edmonton Opera

    -Canadian Opera Company

    -Seiji Ozawa opera project in Japan 

    -Netherlands Opera

    -Opera de Lille

    -Opera de Nice

    -l'Atelier Lyrique de Tourcoing 

    -Theatre des Champs-Elysee

    -Theatre Verdi Trieste

    -Opera de Dijon

    -Welsh National Opera

    -Lyon Opera

    -Royal Swedish Opera 

    -Théâtre du Capitole, Toulouse, France

    -Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia, Valencia, Spain

    -Opera National de Bordeaux

    -Teatr Wieki Opera Narodowa (Polish National Opera, Warsaw)

    -Semperoper, Dresden

    -National Centre for the Performning Arts, Beijing, China

    -Minnesota Opera


    Conductors worked with;

    -Abbado, Claudio

    -Akiki, Bassem

    -Alessandrini, Rinaldo

    -Ashkenazy, Vladimir

    -Bernardi, Mario

    -Bolton, Ivor

    -Boulez, Pierre

    -Michael Christie

    -Christie, William

    -Dantone, Ottavio

    -Davis, Sir Andrew

    -De Waart, Edo

    -Dohnanyi, Christophe van

    -Dutoit, Charles

    -Eschenbach, Christoph

    -Fischer, Adam

    -Glover, Jane

    -Graff, Hans

    -Haenchen, Hartmut

    -Haim, Emmanuelle

    -Halls, Matthew

    -Harding, Daniel

    -Herreweghe, Philippe

    -Hogwood, Chrstopher

    -Iseler, Elmer

    -Jacobs, Rene

    -Johnson, Craig Hella

    -Jurowski, Vladamir

    -Kahane, Jeffrey

    -Kaspszyk, Jacek

    -King, Robert

    -Labadie, Bernard

    -Leppard, Raymond

    -Lockhart, Kieth

    -McGegan, Nicholas

    -Mackerras, Charles

    -Masur, Kurt

    -Maazel, Lorin

    -Meister, Cornelius

    -Morlot, Ludovic

    -Nelson, John

    -Nézet-Séguin, Yannick

    -Norrington, Roger

    -Oundjian, Peter

    -Ozawa, Seiji

    -Reineke, Steven

    -Renes, Lawrence

    -Rilling, Helmut

    -Rosnebaum, Harold

    -Rousset, Christophe

    -Salonen, Esa-Pekka

    -Slatkin, Leonard

    -Spano, Robert

    -Stenz, Markus

    -Stur, Rastislav

    -Theis, Ernst

    -Tilson-Thomas, Michael

    -Tovey, Bramwell

    -Weigle, Sebastian

    -Welser-Möst Franz

    -Zuckerman, Pinchas


    Recital Experience

    Recital Venue Highlights (selected list)

    -Wigmore Hall, London, England

    -Lincoln Center, New York

    -Musee D’Orsay, Paris, France

    -Edinburgh Festival, Scotland

    -Blackheath Concert Halls, London

    -Aix-en-Provence Festival, France

    -Dijon Opera, France

    -BBC Radio Studios, London


    Accompanists

    Graham Johnson

    Malcolm Martineau

    Julius Drake

    Roger Vignoles

    Martin Katz

    Michael McMahon

    Raymond Leppard

  • Orchestras/organisations performed with

    (List still in progress)

    North American

    -New York Philharmonic

    -Carnegie Hall 

    -Chicago Symphony

    -National Symphony, Washington,DC

    -Los Angeles Philharmonic

    -Atlanta Symphony

    -Cleveland Orchestra 

    -Boston Symphony Orchestra

    -Montreal Symphony  Orchestra

    -Hollywood Bowl/Los Angeles Philharmonic

    -Tanglewood Festival

    -National Arts Centre, Ottawa

    -Toronto Symphony

    -Colorado Symphony

    -Edmonton Symphony

    -Violons du Roy

    -St Paul Chamber Orchestra

    -St Louis Symphony

    -San Francisco Symphony 

    -Washington National Cathedral 

    -Vancouver Symphony

    -Oregon Bach Festival

    -Nashville Symphony

    -Memphis Symphony

    -Handel and Haydn Society

    -Boston Baroque

    -Detroit Symphony

    -Grant Park Festival, Chicago

    -Saratoga Performing Arts Center

    -Seattle Symphony

    -Baltimore Symphony 

    -Minnesota Orchestra 

    -Milwaukee Symphony 

    -Calgary Symphony

    -Ann Arbor Symphony

    -Naples Philharmonic

    -Grand Philharmonic Choir/ Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony

    -Pacific Symphony

    -New Jersey Symphony

    -Cincinatti Symphony

    -Music of the Baroque (Chicago)

    -Philadelphia Orchestra

    -Houston Symphony

    -National Symphony Orchestra of Mexico

    -Orquesta Sinfonica de Puerto Rico

    -Washington National Cathedral Baroque Orchestra

    -Charlotte Symphony

    -Dallas Symphony

    -Rhode Island Philharmonic

    -San Diego Symphony


    Europe

    -Berlin Philharmonic

    -London Philharmonic

    -Philharmonia

    -Concertgebouw Orchestra

    -Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

    -Academy of Ancient Music

    -Les Arts Florissants

    -City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

    -Mahler Chamber Orchestra

    -Manchester Symphony

    -Orchestre Nationale de Lille

    -Freiburg Baroque

    -Les Talens Lyrique

    -Concert d’Astree

    -English Chamber Orchestra

    -BBC Symphony

    -Three Choirs Festival

    -Budapest Festival Orchestra

    -Budapest Festival Orchestra Baroque Ensemble

    -Ulster Orchestra

    -Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra

    -Gulbenkian Orchestra, Lisbon

    -Royal Scottish Symphony Orchestra

    -BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra

    -Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra

    -Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra

    -Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks

    -Staatskapelle Dresden

    -Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra


    Outside of Europe and North America

    -Israel Philharmonic

    -Sao Paulo Symphony 

    -Singapore Symphony

    -Seoul Philharmonic


  • Opera companies worked with

    (List still in progress)

    -Teatro alla Scala, Milan

    -Bolshoi Opera, Moscow

    -Opera de Paris

    -Bayerische Staatsoper (Baverian State Opera)

    -Glyndebourne Festival

    -La Monnaie, Brussels

    -Aix en Provence Festival

    -New York City Opera

    -Utah Opera

    -Arizona Opera

    -Austin Lyric 

    -Calgary Opera

    -Vancouver Opera

    -Edmonton Opera

    -Canadian Opera Company

    -Seiji Ozawa opera project in Japan 

    -Netherlands Opera

    -Opera de Lille

    -Opera de Nice

    -l'Atelier Lyrique de Tourcoing 

    -Theatre des Champs-Elysee

    -Theatre Verdi Trieste

    -Opera de Dijon

    -Welsh National Opera

    -Lyon Opera

    -Royal Swedish Opera 

    -Théâtre du Capitole, Toulouse, France

    -Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia, Valencia, Spain

    -Opera National de Bordeaux

    -Teatr Wieki Opera Narodowa (Polish National Opera, Warsaw)

    -Semperoper, Dresden

    -National Centre for the Performning Arts, Beijing, China

    -Minnesota Opera

  • Conductors worked with

    (List still in progress)

    -Abbado, Claudio

    -Akiki, Bassem

    -Alessandrini, Rinaldo

    -Ashkenazy, Vladimir

    -Bernardi, Mario

    -Bolton, Ivor

    -Boulez, Pierre

    -Michael Christie

    -Christie, William

    -Dantone, Ottavio

    -Davis, Sir Andrew

    -De Waart, Edo

    -Dohnanyi, Christophe van

    -Dutoit, Charles

    -Eschenbach, Christoph

    -Fischer, Adam

    -Glover, Jane

    -Graff, Hans

    -Haenchen, Hartmut

    -Haim, Emmanuelle

    -Halls, Matthew

    -Harding, Daniel

    -Herreweghe, Philippe

    -Hogwood, Chrstopher

    -Iseler, Elmer

    -Jacobs, Rene

    -Jarrett, Scott Allen

    -Johnson, Craig Hella

    -Jurowski, Vladamir

    -Kahane, Jeffrey

    -Kaspszyk, Jacek

    -King, Robert

    -Labadie, Bernard

    -Leppard, Raymond

    -Lockhart, Kieth

    -McGegan, Nicholas

    -Mackerras, Charles

    -Masur, Kurt

    -Maazel, Lorin

    -Meister, Cornelius

    -Morlot, Ludovic

    -Nelson, John

    -Nézet-Séguin, Yannick

    -Norrington, Roger

    -Oundjian, Peter

    -Ozawa, Seiji

    -Reineke, Steven

    -Renes, Lawrence

    -Rilling, Helmut

    -Rosnebaum, Harold

    -Rousset, Christophe

    -Salonen, Esa-Pekka

    -Sinaisky, Vassily

    -Slatkin, Leonard

    -Spano, Robert

    -Stenz, Markus

    -Stur, Rastislav

    -Theis, Ernst

    -Tilson-Thomas, Michael

    -Tovey, Bramwell

    -Weigle, Sebastian

    -Welser-Möst Franz

    -Zuckerman, Pinchas

  • Recital Experience

    Recital Venue Highlights (selected list)

    -Wigmore Hall, London, England

    -Lincoln Center, New York

    -Musee D’Orsay, Paris, France

    -Edinburgh Festival, Scotland

    -Blackheath Concert Halls, London

    -Aix-en-Provence Festival, France

    -Dijon Opera, France

    -BBC Radio Studios, London


    Accompanists (selected list)

    Graham Johnson

    Malcolm Martineau

    Julius Drake

    Roger Vignoles

    Martin Katz

    Michael McMahon

    Raymond Leppard

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