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Wiener Symphoniker

Wien
Musikverein | Großer Saal 07:30 PM

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Frankfurt Radio Symphony

Frankfurt
Alte Oper 08:00 PM

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Frankfurt Radio Symphony

Frankfurt
Alte Oper 08:00 PM

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Frankfurt Radio Symphony

Dortmund
Konzerthaus Dortmund 05:00 PM

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London Philharmonic Orchestra

London
Royal Festival Hall 07:30 PM

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London Philharmonic Orchestra

London
Royal Festival Hall 07:30 PM

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Andrés Orozco-Estrada’s 2012-13 season now online

A varied 2012-13 season is in store for Andrés Orozco-Estrada. Following his engagements at the Grafenegg and Schleswig-Holstein festivals he will make further débuts with noteworthy orchestras in the coming season, namely with the Houston Symphony Orchestra, the WDR and NDR Radio Symphony Orchestras as well as the Orchestre National de France. Repeat invitations take him, to name a few engagements, to the Orchestra Sinfónica dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome and to the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. Following a successful tour in South America in late 2010, he will once again work with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra giving a number of concerts in the Salzburg Mozart Week and in the cities of Munich, Cologne, Dortmund, Essen and Innsbruck. He continues in his role as principal conductor of the Tonkünstler Orchestra into his fourth season, giving a series of subscription concerts in the Vienna Musikverein, the St. Pölten Festspielhaus and at Grafenegg, where the Tonkünstler Orchestra is orchestra in residence at the Music Summer and the International Music Festival. Furthermore Andrés Orozco-Estrada will press on with the complete recording of Mendelssohn's symphonic works with the Tonkünstler Orchestra. Andrés Orozco-Estrada's wide-ranging repertoire for 2012-13 also comprises contemporary music, including a premiere of a piece by Siemens award-winning Friedrich Cerha and works by Eötvös and HK Gruber as well as important Classical and Romantic works by composers from Mozart to Mahler. Further he makes several interesting débuts, including Glyndebourne and the London Philharmonic Orchestra.

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