25, 26 & 30
Nov 2014
Großes Haus, Münster
Sinfonieorchester Münster

Frank Bridge: The Sea
Alberto Ginastera: Harp COncerto (Xavier de Maistre, harp)
Tchaikovsky: Symphony no. 5
Dec 2014
Opéra, Rennes
Orchestre Symphonique de Bretagne

Grieg: Holberg Suite Beethoven: Piano Concerto no. 2 (Kim Kyu Yeon, piano)
Isang Yun: Figures Concertantes
Bizet: Symphony in C
Dec 2014
Opéra, Rennes
Orchestre Symphonique de Bretagne

Mozart: Symphony no. 39
Isang Yun: Konzertante Figuren
Ryu Jee Joon: Cello Concerto
Gounod: Symphony no. 1
21 – 23 Jan 2015 (8pm)
25 Jan 2015 (3pm)
Grand Théâtre, Bordeaux
Orchestre National de Bordeaux-Aquitaine

Martin Achrainer
Eléonore Marguerre Lara Sophie Milagro,
Peter Pruchniewitz Marie-Laure Agrapart,
Alexandre Tondolo DetlevGlanert: Njinsky’s Tagebuch
30 Jan 2015 (7.30pm) Esplanade Concert Hall, Singapore
Singapore Symphony Orchestra
Beethoven: Piano Concerto no. 3 (Tengku Irfan Ahmad, piano)
Elgar: Symphony no. 2


…He brims with such energy and inspires exemplary playing from the orchestra at his command,

—Gianandrea Noseda

DARRELL ANG cemented his reputation as Asia’s pre-eminent young conductor in 2014 with debuts in Tokyo conducting the NHK and Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestras, following previous appearances with the region’s other top orchestras – such as the Hong Kong and Taiwan Philharmonic Orchestras, National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra and Singapore Symphony Orchestra. Other recent successes include the Munich Symphony and Munich Radio Symphony Orchestras, the Beethovenorchester Bonn, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Orchestre National de Lorraine, the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

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You saw it here first: photos from behind the scenes in Bordeaux for an upcoming production of a brilliant piece of music-theatre by renowned contemporary German composer, Detlev Glanert. I am looking forward to conducting the French premiere and subsequent performances at the Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux on 21 - 25 January 2015!

"Nijinskys Tagebuch" (Nijinsky's Diary) gives us a microscopic look into the great dancer's last days as a tour de force on the world stage, before slipping into dementia at age 29 and being committed into an asylum. The libretto is taken from Vaslav Nijinsky's own diary entries, and "...contain memories, visions of the future, poems, and puns, and give witness to the degeneration of speech; alongside concrete and banal experiences are found the metaphysical and the naive. What is fascinating about these diaries is the minute-by-minute record of the schizophrenia, as a commentary already at the instant of writing." (quote by the composer, taken from the publisher's notes)
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