Toshio Hosokawa | Stilles Meer
General Music Director of Hamburg
Kent Nagano is renowned for interpretations of clarity, elegance and intelligence. He is equally at home in music of the classical, romantic and contemporary eras, introducing concert and opera audiences throughout the world to new and rediscovered music and offering fresh insights into established repertoire. He has been Music Director of the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal since September 2006 where his contract has been extended until 2020. In September 2013, he became Artistic Advisor and Principal Guest Conductor of the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra. In September 2015, he took up the position of General Music Director of the Hamburg State Opera and Chief Conductor of the Philharmonic State Orchestra. With his Hamburg orchestra he went on South America Tour in the beginning of season 2016/17, with concerts e.g. in Buenos Aires, Sao Paolo and Bogotá. On 13 January 2017 Kent Nagano conducted the world premiere of a new oratorio by Jörg Widmann as the very first concert with the Philharmonic State Orchestra in the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg on the occasion of the inauguration festivities of the new hall. Since then the traditional Philharmonic Concerts take place in the new Elbphilharmonie. In February 2017 he stood at the rostrum of the orchestra for the premiere of Alban Berg’s “Lulu”. Kent Nagano started his first season with the premiere of Berlioz‘ “Les Troyens”, the world premiere of Toshio Hosokawas “Stilles Meer” followed in January 2016. Messiaen’s symphony “Turangalîla” choreographed by John Neumeier was premiered in early July 2016.
With the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal Kent Nagano went on US tour in March 2016. A milestone at the helm of the OSM was the inauguration of the orchestra’s new concert hall “La Maison Symphonique” in September 2011. Highlights with the orchestra include the complete cycles of Beethoven and Mahler symphonies, Schoenberg's “Gurrelieder”, concert versions of Wagner's “Tannhäuser”, “Tristan und Isolde”, “Das Rheingold”, Honegger’s “Jeanne d’Arc au Bûcher”, Messiaen's “Saint François d'Assise”, and concert series featuring the works of Dutilleux (2010-11) and Boulez (2011-12). Nagano has taken the orchestra on a coast-to-coast tour of Canada and also to tours to Japan, South Korea, Europe and South America. In October 2014 they embarked on their second tour to Japan. Their recordings together include Mahler’s “Orchestral Songs” with Christian Gerhaher, Beethoven’s Piano Concertos Nos. 4 & 5 and a complete recording of all the Symphonies by Beethoven of which the album “Ideals of the French Revolution” with Symphony No. 5 won a Juno award. In March 2015 Kent Nagano conducted the North American Premiere of “L’Aiglon”, a rare opera of Honegger and Ibert. This production was recorded and released by Decca and has won an ECHO Klassik 2016. “Danse Macabre” followed as second production with Decca, with works by Dukas, Dvořák, Mussorgsky, Balakirev, Saint-Saens and Ives in October 2016.
At the Bayerische Staatsoper, where he was General Music Director from 2006 to 2013, Kent Nagano commissioned new operas such as “Babylon” by Jörg Widmann, Das “Gehege” by Wolfgang Rihm and “Alice in Wonderland” by Unsuk Chin. New productions have included Mussorgsky’s “Boris Godunov” and “Khovanshchina”, “Idomeneo”, “Eugene Onegin”, “Ariadne auf Naxos” and “Die Schweigsame Frau”, “Les Dialogues des Carmélites”, “St François d’Assise”, “Wozzeck”, George Benjamin’s “Written on Skin” and “Der Ring des Nibelungen”. With the Bayerisches Staatsorchester Nagano has toured throughout Europe and in Japan and together they have recorded Bruckner Symphonies No. 4, 7 and 8. In January 2014, Kent Nagano returned to the Bayerische Staatsoper to conduct a revival of Widmann’s “Babylon”.
As a much sought after guest conductor, Nagano has worked with most of the world’s finest orchestras, just as the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Munich Philharmonics, London Symphony Orchestra, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich, WDR Symphony Orchestra, Concerto Köln, Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rom and at Wiener Festwochen. Since 2014 he is forming his own festival as part of the AUDI Sommerkonzerte, called Vorsprung-Festival. He has an ongoing relationship with Sony Classical and has also recorded for Erato, Teldec, Pentatone and Deutsche Grammophon as well as Harmonia Mundi, winning Grammy awards for his recordings of Busoni’s “Doktor Faust” with Opéra National de Lyon, “Peter and the Wolf” with the Russian National Orchestra and Saariaho’s “L’amour de Loin” with the Deutsches Symphonieorchester Berlin.
A very important period in Nagano’s career was his time as Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, from 2000-2006. He performed Schönberg’s “Moses und Aron” with the orchestra (in collaboration with Los Angeles Opera), and took them to the Salzburg Festival to perform both Zemlinsky’s “Der König Kandaules” and Schreker’s “Die Gezeichneten”, as well as to the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden with “Parsifal” and “Lohengrin” in productions by Nikolaus Lehnhoff. Recordings with the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin for Harmonia Mundi include repertoire as diverse as Bernstein’s Mass, Bruckner’s Symphonies Nos. 3 & 6, Beethoven’s “Christus am Ölberge”, Wolf Lieder, Mahler’s Symphony No. 8 and Schönberg’s “Die Jakobsleiter” and “Friede auf Erden”, as well as Brahms’s Symphony No. 4 and Schönberg’s “Variationen für Orchester” Op. 31. In June 2006, at the end of his tenure with the orchestra, Kent Nagano was given the title Honorary Conductor by members of the orchestra, only the second recipient of this honour in their 60-year history. To this day he has a close friendship to the orchestra.
Kent Nagano became the first Music Director of Los Angeles Opera in 2003 having already held the position of Principal Conductor for two years. His work in other opera houses has included Shostakovich’s “The Nose” (Staatsoper Berlin), Rimsky Korsakov’s “The Golden Cockerel” (Châtelet, Paris), Hindemith’s “Cardillac” (Opéra national de Paris), “Dialogues des Carmélites” (Metropolitan Opera) and at the Salzburg Festival “Les Contes d’Hoffmann”, Zemlinsky’s “Der Koenig Kandaules”, Schreker’s “Die Gezeichneten” and the world premiere of Saariaho’s “L’amour de loin”. Other world premieres include Bernstein’s “A White House Cantata” and operas by Peter Eötvös (“Three Sisters”), and John Adams (“The Death of Klinghoffer” and “El Niño”).
Born in California, Nagano maintains close connections with his home state and was Music Director of the Berkeley Symphony Orchestra from 1978-2008. His early professional years were spent in Boston, working in the opera house and as assistant conductor to Seiji Ozawa at the Boston Symphony Orchestra. He played a key role in the world premiere of Messiaen’s opera “Saint François d’Assise” at the request of the composer, who became a mentor and bequeathed his piano to the conductor. Nagano’s success in America led to European appointments: Music Director of Opéra National de Lyon (1988-1998) and Music Director of the Hallé Orchestra (1991-2000).
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Eberhard Friedrich, geboren in Darmstadt, studierte Dirigieren bei Helmuth Rilling in Frankfurt am Main. Ab 1986 war er Chordirektor am Theater der Stadt Koblenz, ab 1991 am Hessischen Staatstheater Wiesbaden. Von 1998 bis 2013 leitete er den Chor der Staatsoper Unter den Linden in Berlin. Seit der Spielzeit 2013/14 ist er Chordirektor der Staatsoper Hamburg.
Schon seit 1993 arbeitet Eberhard Friedrich außerdem bei den Bayreuther Festspielen. Zunächst begann er seine Tätigkeit dort als Assistent, im Jahr 2000 wurde er zum Chordirektor des Festspielchores berufen. Daneben gastierte er bei zahlreichen anderen renommierten Chören, darunter die Sänger der Internationalen Bachakademie Stuttgart, der Philharmonische Chor Prag, der Chor des Niederländischen Rundfunks, der Rundfunkchor Berlin, der Rias Kammerchor und der Bayerische Rundfunkchor. 2003 gewann die Einspielung des „Tannhäuser“ an der Staatsoper Unter den Linden mit Daniel Barenboim einen Grammy. Für diese Aufnahme hatte Eberhard Friedrich die Chorpartien einstudiert, wie auch für mehrere andere CD- und DVD-Aufnahmen. Im Rahmen seiner unterschiedlichen Projekte arbeitete Eberhard Friedrich mit zahlreichen bekannten Dirigenten zusammen. Neben Daniel Barenboim gehörten dazu unter anderem Pierre Boulez, Sir Simon Rattle und Marek Janowski. In der Saison 2012/13 übernahm er die Chorleitung an der Niederländischen Oper in Amsterdam für das selten gespielte Spätwerk „Guillaume Tell“ von Gioachino Rossini. Der Chor der Staatsoper Unter den Linden wurde, unter Eberhard Friedrichs Leitung, 2004 zum Chor des Jahres gewählt und erhielt 2009 den Europäischen Kulturpreis.
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Die in Hamburg geborene Sopranistin Mojca Erdmann zählt zu den vielseitigsten Künstlerinnen der internationalen Musikszene und wird von Kritikern und Publikum gleichermaßen gefeiert. Die Sopranistin ist bekannt für ihr breit gefächertes Repertoire, das von Barock bis zu zeitgenössischer Musik reicht und ist weltweit in allen wichtigen Opernhäusern, Festivals und Konzertsälen zu erleben, sie gastierte u.a. an der Bayerischen Staatsoper München, Metropolitan Opera New York, der Staatsoper Berlin, am Theater an der Wien, dem Teatro dell’Opera Rom, dem Teatro Real in Madrid, der Nederlandse Opera Amsterdam, Festival Aix-en-Provence, dem Festspielhaus Baden-Baden und den Salzburger Festspielen.
Mojca Erdmann singt regelmäßig weltweit Konzerte und Liederabende und war zuletzt u.a. in Japan, renommierten Konzertsälen wie dem Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, der Philharmonie in Köln und Berlin, der Alten Oper Frankfurt, dem Musikverein und dem Konzerthaus in Wien, der Laeiszhalle Hamburg und der Salzburger Mozartwoche.
Mojca Erdmann ist auf zahlreichen Studioaufnahmen vertreten, ist Exklusivkünstlerin der Deutschen Grammophon, dort erschienen u.a. ihr Solo-Album „Mozart’s Garden“, „Don Giovanni“ und „Così fan tutte“.
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Mihoko Fujimura was born in Japan and studied at both Tokyo University and the Münchener Hochschule für Musik. She won numerous international singing competitions before joining the ensemble of the Graz Opera from 1995 to 2000, where she sang many of her signature roles for the first time.
She came to international attention in her performances at the 2002 Munich Opera Festival and the Bayreuther Festspiele and has since become a regular guest at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Teatro alla Scala Milan, Bayerische Staatsoper, Wiener Staatsoper, Theatre du Chatelet, Teatro Real Madrid, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Bayreuther Festspiele, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino and the Aix-en-Provence Festival. In concert she appears with the world’s leading orchestras and is a regular guest artist in Japan.
She has appeared at the Bayreuth Festival in nine consecutive seasons, singing Kundry, Brangäne, Fricka, Waltraute and Erda.
Miss Fujimura‘s operatic repertoire includes Kundry, Brangäne, Venus, Fricka, Idamantes, Octavian, Carmen, Eboli, Azucena and Amneris. Her concert repertoire includes Verdi’s “Requiem”, Wagner’s “Wesendonck Lieder” and Mahler’s “Das Lied von der Erde”; “Rückert Lieder”; “Des Knaben Wunderhorn” and Symphonies No. 2, 3 and 8. She appears regularly with conductors such as Claudio Abbado, Myung-Whun Chung, Christoph Eschenbach, Adam Fischer, Fabio Luisi, Christian Thielemann, Kurt Masur and Peter Schneider and in recital with Christoph Ulrich Meier.
She has recorded Brangäne (Tristan und Isolde) with Antonio Pappano for EMI Classics, Gurrelieder with the BRSO and Mariss Jansons, Mahler 3 with the Bamberger Symphoniker and Jonathan Nott, and Beethoven 9 with Christian Thielemann and the Wiener Philharmoniker. For Fontec she has released two solo recital discs with pianist Wofram Rieger, singing works by Wagner, Mahler, Schubert, Strauss, Brahms and Schumann.
In concert she appears with the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra and the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Yannick Nézet-Séguin, the BBC Proms with the BBCSO and Semyon Bychkov, the London Symphony Orchestra with both Daniel Harding and the late Sir Colin Davis, the Orchestre de Paris with Christoph Eschenbach, the Philadelphia Orchestra with Charles Dutoit, the Montreal Symphony with Kent Nagano, the Accademia Santa Cecilia and Yuri Termikanov and Kurt Masur, the Tokyo Philharmonic and Myung-Whun Chung, the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and Andris Nelsons, both the Bayerische Rundfunk Sinfonie Orchester and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra with Mariss Jansons, both the Münchner Philharmoniker and the Wiener Philharmoniker with Christian Thielemann, and the Berliner Philharmoniker with Bernard Haitink and Simon Rattle.
In 2014 she was awarded the Purple Ribbon Medal of Honour by the Japanese Government for her contribution to academic and artistic developments, improvements and accomplishments.
Bejun Mehta is one of the most acclaimed countertenors in the world. He is a regular guest at the world’s great opera houses, including the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, the Opéra Nationale de Paris, La Scala Milano, Theater an der Wien, the Berlin State Opera, the Bavarian State Opera Munich, the Théâtre Royal de La Monnaie, De Nederlandse Opera, Gran Teatre del Liceu Barcelona, Teatro Real Madrid, the Zurich Opera, the Metropolitan Opera, Chicago Lyric Opera, the Los Angeles Opera, as well as the Salzburg, Glyndebourne, and Aix-en-Provence Festivals and the Wiener Festwochen.
Concerts with major orchestras and solo recitals have brought Bejun Mehta to the leading concert venues, where he tours his award-winning CD programs and performs repertoire ranging from Baroque to contemporary music. He is a frequent guest at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, London’s Wigmore Hall, the Konzerthaus Wien and the Wiener Musikverein, Carnegie and Zankel Hall, New York, Brussels’ Palais des Beaux-Arts, the Palau des Arts Valencia, Madrid’s Teatro de la Zarzuela, the Cité de la Musique Paris, the Prinzregententheater Munich, the Berliner Konzerthaus, the Rudolfinum in Prague, and the festivals of Edinburgh, San Sebastian, Verbier, Schleswig-Holstein, and the BBC Proms in London.
In 2017/18 he will appear as Tamerlano (Tamerlano) at the Teatro della Scala Milano and as Oberon in “A Midsummernight’s Dream” at the Theater an der Wien. Other operatic engagements include a revival of Toshio Hosokawa’s “Stilles Meer” (the role of Stephan composed for him) at the Hamburgische Staatsoper and a revival of Gluck’s “Orfeo ed Euridice” at the Staatsoper unter den Linden, Berlin. On the concert stage Mehta can be heard with the Staatskapelle Berlin conducted by Zubin Mehta singing Rossini’s “Petite Messe Solenelle” and George Benjamin’s “Dream of the Song”, a solo cantata written especially for him; with the Dresden Philharmonie in his sing/conduct program “The Stars and the Planets”; and singing Bach with the Gürzenich Orchester Köln.
Highlights of recent seasons include a new production and DVD of Händel’s “Rodelinda” at the Teatro Real Madrid (Bertarido), Farnace (Mitridate) at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Hamor in “Jephtha” at the Nationale Opera & Ballet in Amsterdam, the creation of the role of Angel 1/Boy in George Benjamin’s celebrated opera “Written on Skin” (Aix-en-Provence, the Netherlands Opera and the Royal Opera House Covent Garden), and the world premiere of George Benjamin’s “Dream of the Song” with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam, Benjamin himself conducting, followed by the French (Orchestre de Paris) and North American (Boston/Carnegie Hall) premieres. Mehta was recently Artist-in-Residence at the Dresdner Philharmonie, where he demonstrated his artistic versatility in four separate programs as both a singer and conductor. His solo program “CANTATA” (with the Akademie für alte Musik Berlin) has enjoyed great success all over Europe including Zurich, London, Salzburg, Madrid, Barcelona, Oviedo, and Katowice.
Bejun Mehta was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Award (ROH Orlando 2007) and is the recipient of the 2015 Traetta Prize. He holds an honor’s degree in German literature from Yale.
Akademie für Gesang und vokale Kunst in Reykjavik bei Bergþór Pálsson (2009-2013); Masterstudium an der Hochschule für Musik „Hanns Eisler“ in der Klasse von Prof. Scot Weir (2015); Unterricht bei KS Prof. Thomas Quasthoff, Prof. Wolfram Rieger und Prof. Júlia Várady
Bei Thomas Hampson, Graham Johnson
Finalist im Internationalen Robert-Schumann-Wettbewerb für Klavier und Gesang Zwickau (2016), dritter Preis und Publikumspreis des Wettbewerbs „Das Lied“ in Heidelberg (2017)
Bezug zur Staatsoper:
Mitglied im Internationalen Opernstudio der Staatsoper Hamburg seit 2017/18
Pfarrer Torfi (Ragnheidur), Morales (Carmen), Eugen Onegin (Eugen Onegin), Il Barone Douphol (La Traviata), Il Commissario Imperiale (Madama Butterfly), Zweiter Handwerksbursch (Wozzeck), Hiroto (Stilles Meer), Fiorillo (Il Barbiere di Siviglia), Marullo (Rigoletto), Miriways (Miriways), Partie 3 (Das Floß), u.a.
Isländische Oper, Hamburgische Staatsoper, u.a.
Zusammenarbeit mit Regisseuren:
Holger Liebig, Aleksi Barrière, Franziska Kronfoth, u.a.
Zusammenarbeit mit Dirigenten:
Christoph Gedschold, Kent Nagano, Carlo Rizzari, Mark Johnston, Volker Krafft, u.a.
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Ein Fischer (Taro Sakamoto)
Gesangsstudium an der Gheorge Dima-Musikhochschule in Klausenburg
Stipendium der Liz Mohn Kultur- und Musikstiftung (2011-2013)
Bezug zur Staatsoper:
Ensemblemitglied der Staatsoper Hamburg seit 2013/14
Don Giovanni/Leporello (Don Giovanni), Figaro (Le Nozze di Figaro), Großinquisitor (Don Carlos), Un Moine (Don Carlos), Basilio(Il Barbiere di Siviglia), Dulcamara (L’Elisird’Amore), Colline (La Bohème), Raimondo (Lucia di Lammermoor), Cesare Angelotti (Tosca), Ramfis (Aida), Lodovico (Otello), Pietro (Simon Boccanegra), Pistola (Falstaff), Panthée (Les Troyens), Walther Fürst (Guillaume Tell), Bonzo (Madama Butterfly), 2. Geharnischter/Sprecher (Die Zauberflöte), Il Dottore Grenvil (La Traviata), Ein Fischer (Stilles Meer), Vater Delacay/Kapitän Walton (Frankenstein), Bottom (A Midsummer Night's Dream), Melisso (Alcina), Zuniga (Carmen), Oberpriester des Baal (Nabucco), Larkens (La Fanciulla del West),u.a.
Opera Nationala Romana in Klausenburg, Opera Nationala in Bukarest, Staatsoper Unter den Linden Berlin, Hamburgische Staatsoper, Bayerische Staatsoper u.a.
Zusammenarbeit mit Regisseuren:
David Alden, Vincent Boussard, Michael Thalheimer, Stefan Herheim, Roger Vontobel, Jette Steckel, Kirill Serebrennikow, u.a.
Zusammenarbeit mit Dirigenten:
Simone Young, Carlo Montanaro, Kent Nagano, Christopher Ward, Christoph Gedschold, Gabriele Ferro, Jean-Christophe Spinosi, Nathan Brock, Paolo Carigani, Adrian Müller, Pier Giorgio Morandi, Renato Palumbo, Riccardo Minasi, Diego Fasolis, Lorenzo Viotti, Josep Caballé-Domenech, u.a.
Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg
The Philharmonic State Orchestra is Hamburg’s largest and oldest orchestra, looking back on many years of musical history. When the “Philharmonic Orchestra” and the “Orchestra of the Hamburg Municipal Theatre” merged in 1934, two tradition-steeped orchestras combined. Philharmonic concerts have been performed in Hamburg since 1828, artists such as Clara Schumann, Franz Liszt and Johannes Brahms being regular guests of the Philharmonic Society. The history of the opera company goes back even further: Hamburg has been home to musical theatre since 1678, even if a regular opera or theatre orchestra was only formed later. To this day, the Philharmonic State Orchestra has embodied the sound of the Hansa City, a concert and opera orchestra in one.
During its long history, the orchestra encountered great artist personalities. Apart from composers of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, such as Georg Philipp Telemann, Piotr I. Tchaikovsky, Richard Strauss, Gustav Mahler, Sergey Prokofiev and Igor Stravinsky, since the 20th century chief conductors such as Karl Muck, Eugen Jochum, Joseph Keilberth, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Horst Stein, Gerd Albrecht, Ingo Metzmacher and Simone Young have shaped the orchestra’s sound. Renowned conductors of the pre-war era such as Otto Klemperer, Wilhelm Furtwängler, Bruno Walter, Karl Böhm and Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt gave brilliant performances, as did outstanding conductors of our times: suffice it to mention Sir Neville Marriner, Christian Thielemann, Semyon Bychkov, Kirill Petrenko, Valery Gergiev and Sir Roger Norrington.
Starting with the 2015/2016 season, Kent Nagano has taken on the position of Hamburg’s General Music Director and Chief Conductor of the Philharmonic State Orchestra and the Hamburg State Opera. In his first season Kent Nagano initiated a new project, the Philharmonic Academy at St. Michaelis, focusing on experimentation and chamber music. In 2016 Nagano and the Philharmonic undertook a successful three-week concert tour in South America. Since 2017 Kent Nagano and the Philharmonic State Orchestra have continued the traditional Philharmonic Concerts at the new Elbphilharmonie, for which they commissioned Jörg Widmann to compose the oratorio ARCHE, which was given its world premiere during the hall’s opening festivities.
The Philharmonic State Orchestra offers approximately 35 concerts per season and performs more than 240 performances per year at the Hamburg State Opera and the Hamburg Ballet – John Neumeier, making it Hamburg’s busiest orchestra. The stylistic bandwidth covered by the 134 musicians, ranging from historically informed performance practice to contemporary works and including concert, opera and ballet repertoire, is unique throughout Germany. Chamber Music has a long tradition at the Philharmonic State Orchestra: what began in 1929 with a concert series for chamber orchestra has been continued since 1968 by a series of chamber music only, which celebrates its 50-year anniversary in 2017/18.
In 2008 Simone Young and the Philharmonic State Orchestra won the Brahms Award of the Schleswig-Holstein Brahms Society. In 2012 Simone Young received a Helpmann Award for performances of Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 and Wagner’s Rheingold with the Philharmonic in Brisbane, Australia. The orchestra has recorded the complete Ring by Wagner as well as the complete symphonies of Johannes Brahms and Anton Bruckner – the latter in the rarely-performed original versions – as well as works by Mahler, Hindemith and Berg, and has released DVDs of opera and ballet productions by Hosokawa, Offenbach, Reimann, Auerbach, J.S. Bach, Puccini, Poulenc and Weber.
The members of the Philharmonic State Orchestra feel equally beholden to the Hansa City’s musical tradition and responsible for the city’s artistic future. Since 1978 the musicians have been participating in education programmes in Hamburg’s schools. To this day, the TV format Musikkontakte initiated by Gerd Albrecht during his tenure as General Music Director is unforgotten. Today, the orchestra maintains a broad education programme, including school and kindergarten visits, patronage for music projects, introductory events for children and family concerts. The orchestra’s own academy prepares young musicians for their professional careers. The Philharmonic’s musicians thereby make an equally enjoyable and valuable contribution to tomorrow’s music education in the music metropolis of Hamburg.
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