SCHEDULE

Mar
30

Geneve

Teatro Regio Torino Orchestra & Chorus

Grand Theatre de Geneve "Manon Lescaut"
Apr
6

London

London Symphony Orchestra

Barbican
Apr
17

Aix en Provence (Aix Easter Festival)

Filarmonica Teatro Regio Torino

Grand Theatre de Provence
Apr
18

Toulouse

Filarmonica Teatro Regio Torino

Halle aux grains
Apr
23,

Zurich

Verdi Macbeth

Opernhaus
May
5

Zurich

Verdi Macbeth

Opernhaus
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BIOGRAPHY

Widely recognized as one of the leading conductors of his generation, Gianandrea Noseda is the International Opera Awards Conductor of the Year 2016 and Musical America’s Conductor of the Year 2015. He was recently appointed Principal Guest Conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra beginning with the 2016/17 season. In the 2017/18 season he will become Music Director of the National Symphony Orchestra at The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., an appointment recognized internationally.

 

 

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RECORDINGS


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NEWS


2017
Feb 18

Saturday February 18 at 8:00PM Live streaming with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra available on line!

From the Charles Bronfman Auditorium,Tel Aviv Julian Rachlin, violinist Gianandrea Noseda, Conductor
Prokofiev: Symphony no. 1 (“Classical”) Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto Stravinsky: Firebird, complete ballet music (1911 version)

 

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2017
Jan 22

LIVE on MediciTV Gianandrea Noseda and the National Symphony Orchestra

Watch online Live from the Kennedy Center in Washington DC Noseda and the National Symphony Orchestra performing Portraits of America! Streaming starting at 3:00PM EST on Sunday 22nd of January , available free for 30 days. Read more
2017
Jan 05

Gounod "Romeo and Juliet" at the Metropolitan Opera

<Their efforts were aided all night by the nuanced, richly textured and vibrant conducting of the always impressive Gianandrea Noseda.> The New York Times by Anthony Tommasini Read more
2017
Jan 05

The Wall Street Journal ‘Romeo et Juliette’ Review: Incandescent Love

<Gounod’s operas can feel overstuffed and saggy, but this “Roméo” had a swift sense of dramatic inevitability thanks to the committed, incisive conducting of Gianandrea Noseda. From the slashing violence of the overture to the magical weightlessness of the balcony scene and the grim formality of Juliette’s wedding to Paris, Mr. Noseda and the superb orchestra captured each scene’s particular energy.> WSJ by Heidi Waleson
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