Wiliford

Lauded for his luminous projection, lyrical sensitivity, and brilliant coloratura, American born Canadian tenor Lawrence Wiliford is in high demand in concert, opera, and recital repertoire ranging from works by Monteverdi to contemporary composers. Mr. Wiliford has collaborated with conductors such as Jane Glover, Matthew Halls, Grant Llewellyn, Nicholas McGegan, John Nelson, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Peter Oundijan, Trevor Pinnock, Helmuth Rilling, Nathalie Stutzmann and Pinchas Zukerman. His diverse opera credits include Mozart’s Così fan tutte, Don Giovanni, and Die Entführung aus dem Serail; Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Albert Herring and The Turn of the Screw; Lully’s Persée and Rameau’s Pygmalion and La Guirlande. Mr. Wiliford has been involved in a number of world premiere performances featuring works by Benjamin Britten, Derek Holman, James Rolfe, John Greer, Marjan Mozetich, Norbert Palej, Erik Ross and Zachary Wadsworth. His recorded projects appear on the ATMA Classique, Bridge Records, Centrediscs and NAXOS labels and include J.S. Bach’s Johannes-Passion under the direction of Alex Weimann; Divine Musick: The Late Works for Tenor and Harp by Benjamin Britten and Ash Roses, songs by Canadian composer Derek Holman. In addition to his performing schedule, Mr. Wiliford is co-founder and co-artistic director of the Canadian Art Song Project with pianist Steven Philcox.

Artist website: www.lawrencewiliford.com

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The youngest-ever winner of the Windsor Festival International String Competition in 2017, seventeen-year-old American violinist Nathan Meltzer is rapidly attracting wide public notice through his mature musicianship, rich tone and exceptional technique. A protégé of Itzhak Perlman, he studies with Perlman and Li Lin at the Perlman Music Program and Juilliard Pre-College, where he is a Starling scholar. In the 2017/18 season, particular highlights include his debut with the Philharmonia Orchestra at the Windsor Festival to perform the Sibelius Violin Concerto under the baton of Michael Francis and a return to the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra. A keen chamber musician, Nathan also performs solo recitals in New York, London and at Walton Gardens in Ischia, Italy.  Appearing widely across North and South America, his previous engagements have included concerts with the Pittsburgh Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony, Adelphi, Bloomington, Muncie and Charlotte Civic orchestras, as well as the Orquesta Sinfónica Concepción in Chile.

Nathan began his music education in Vienna and joined the ‘Violin Virtuosi’ at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music in 2011 before entering Juilliard in 2014. He has been a member of New York’s Omega Ensemble since 2016 and has participated on NPR’s noted radio show, ‘From the Top’, most recently with Mark O’Connor. He has also performed alongside The Piano Guys at Carnegie Hall, Gilles Apap, David Chan, and Augustin Hadelich and participated in masterclasses and lessons with Joshua Bell, Pamela Frank, Vadim Gluzman and Jaime Laredo.

Nathan plays an 1844 Joannes Pressenda violin on generous loan from Juilliard.

Artist website: www.nathanmeltzer.com

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Renowned for her beautifully clear and succinct technique, and with a formidable repertoire knowledge and understanding across all genres, Swedish-born Sofi Jeannin has established herself as one of the finest, and most respected, choral specialists around today. She is currently Music Director of the Choeur de Radio France and la Maîtrise de Radio France, and is also Chief Conductor Designate of the BBC Singers, a role she will take up in July 2018, succeeding David Hill. Jeannin first appeared with the Singers in January 2017, conducting a programme for Epiphany, and made her BBC Proms debut with the group, in August 2017, conducting a Patchwork Passion: a programme that tells the familiar Passion story through music by Schütz, Bach, Handel, Mendelssohn and Stainer, right up to contemporary settings by Sofia Gubaidulina and Sir James MacMillan.

Through her work with the French Radio Chorus – the largest professional symphonic chorus in Europe, and where she was appointed as Music Director in 2015 – Jeannin has become the collaborative conductor of choice for a number of prominent figures including Gustavo Dudamel, Bernard Haitink, Christoph Eschenbach, and Valery Gergiev. With the chorus, Jeannin has also collaborated with orchestras such l’Orchestre National de France, l’Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France and the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and in 2018, Jeannin will record Poulenc Figure Humaine, as well as premiering a new commission by French composer Philippe Hersant with the group.

In 2008, Jeannin was appointed Music Director of la Maîtrise de Radio France – the choir famously favoured by Messiaen and Dutilleux – where she has the musical and pedagogical responsibility of 180 choristers. During her time with la Maîtrise, Jeannin has commissioned many new works, and has given regular broadcasts on France Musique. She has also collaborated with an impressive list of composers and conductors including Esa Pekka Salonen, Peter Eötvös, John Adams, Thierry Escaich, Kaija Saariaho, Kurt Masur, Daniele Gatti, Myung Whun Chung, Mikko Franck, Gianandrea Noseda, Andris Nelsons, Semyon Bychkov, Bertrand de Billy, Susanna Mälki and Stéphane Denève.

Elsewhere, Jeannin has appeared with the Stockholm Concert Orchestra, the Chorus and Philharmonic Orchestra of Arad, Romania, L’Orchestre Victor Hugo Franche Comté and the St Jacob’s Chamber Choir in Stockholm. A regular guest at the St Denis Festival, and the Festival of Montpellier, she has conducted a diverse range of works including the Hymns of Hildegard Von Bingen, Fauré Requiem, Mozart Vespers and Sinfonia Concertante, Messiaen Trois Petites Liturgies à la Présence Divine, and Orff Carmina Burana, and collaborates regularly with soloists such as violinist Renaud Capuçon and trumpeter Imbrahim Maalouf. Future engagements include a concert of contemporary Scandinavian music with the Swedish Radio Chorus in September 2018.

Jeannin studied conducting and singing at the Stockholm Royal College of Music, the Nice Conservatoire and the Royal College of Music, London. She conducted her first BBC Radio 3 broadcast, the British premiere of Consolation I by Helmut Lachenmann, in 2006, and prepared the Royal College of Music Chorus for conductors including Bernard Haitink, Peter Schreier and David Willcocks.

Committed to education and outreach work, Jeannin has worked with the chorus and orchestra of Kinshasa, Congo, and has also been involved in El Sistema, Greece since early 2017. She regularly gives workshops and masterclasses around the world.

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Every now and then a group of musicians comes along and changes the way we think about music. Tafelmusik has done just that. Music for feasting. It is a name that, for almost four decades, has been synonymous worldwide with dynamic, engaging, and soulful performances.

Whether on tour or at home in Trinity-St-Paul’s Centre, an historic church in the Annex neighbourhood of Toronto, at its heart Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Chamber Choir is a family of collaborative musicians. Steeped in the historical traditions of the baroque and classical eras, together they form one of the world’s leading period ensembles.

Tafelmusik is Canada’s most toured orchestra, having performed in over 350 cities in 32 countries, and its international reputation is without question. In January 2017 the orchestra announced the appointment of violinist Elisa Citterio, only the second Music Director in its history. With her stunning virtuoso performances and innovative approach to period performance, the future is indeed bright in Ms. Citterio’s hands.

Under the direction of Ivars Taurins, the Chamber Choir has become one of the most fêted in North America. The vitality of Tafelmusik’s vision clearly resonates with its loyal audiences at home in Toronto, where the ensemble performs some 80 concerts every year, a focal point of Toronto’s lively early music scene.

Rewind to 1979: visionary founders oboist Kenneth Solway and bassoonist Susan Graves began bringing together like-minded musicians to experiment with historically informed performance practice. Their exploration of baroque and classical repertoire quickly started winning audiences, and in 1981 they expanded to form the choir.

The year 1981 also marked the arrival of Music Director Jeanne Lamon. Directing from the violin and embracing an inclusive approach, Lamon’s infectious musicality set Tafelmusik on an upwards trajectory. What was the key to this success? Tafelmusik’s strong identity may be attributed to its core of seventeen permanent instrumentalists, a rarity in period orchestras. Under Jeanne Lamon’s leadership the orchestra and choir developed its trademark sound: transparent, yet rich and vital. The ensemble came to be recognized for its innovative and creative programming, blending familiar masterworks with rare gems. But above all, the reason audiences kept returning was to experience Tafelmusik’s unique brand of engagement. Attend a Tafelmusik concert and you feel individually involved: you have been given an invitation to become a member of the extended Tafelmusik family.

Today, Tafelmusik’s catalogue of award-winning recordings continues to demand the attention of the world stage. Over 85 recordings on the Sony, CBC Records, Analekta, and since 2012, Tafelmusik Media labels, have garnered nine JUNOs and numerous other recording prizes. Today you regularly see Tafelmusik as Record of the Month in BBC Music Magazine, Editor’s Choice in Gramophone Magazine, or Record of the Year in Absolute Sound Magazine.

Masters in transporting audiences to the worlds in which their instruments inhabited, the musicians of the Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Chamber Choir are always seeking out new ways to remain vibrant and relevant to modern audiences. Whether in cross-cultural collaborations, on stage with Opera Atelier, with the annual tradition of Sing-Along Messiah with Herr Handel at the podium, or at a bar for the new Haus Musik series, theatricality has become a Tafelmusik trademark. Multimedia programs such as The Galileo Project: Music of the Spheres (which resulted in the naming of asteroid “197856 Tafelmusik” in 2012) conceived by bassist Alison Mackay, fuse narration, projected images, and music, and have received huge acclaim worldwide.

Tafelmusik is committed to sharing their knowledge and experience through their various artist training initiatives, chief among them the Tafelmusik Baroque Summer and Winter Institutes. Musicians come to Toronto from around the globe to attend these intensive and varied programs. In addition to delving into the study of historical performance, these young musicians also experience the special alchemy that sets Tafelmusik apart.

Online, on tour, or on Bloor Street, Tafelmusik continues to reinvent itself while remaining true to its roots. In the newly refurbished Jeanne Lamon Hall at Trinity St Paul’s Centre, crystal-clear performances of Bach, Handel, and Mozart are still as fresh as ever, and across the city at Koerner Hall, Toronto Centre for the Arts, or underground Haus Musik venues, Tafelmusik reaches out to a multiplicity of audiences. Nearly four decades young, Tafelmusik continues to deliver a feast for the senses.

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The Gesualdo Six are a vocal consort specialising in the performance of renaissance polyphony, directed by Owain Park. Formed in March 2014 for a performance of Gesualdo’s Tenebrae Responsories for Maundy Thursday, the ensemble has since gone on to perform over 50 concerts around the UK, including two summer tours.

Whilst focusing on early music, the group often programmes modern works, including pieces by Joanna Marsh, Sarah Rimkus and Paweł Łukaszewski in their recent concerts. Other programmes have included sacred and secular renaissance works by the English and Italian masters, combined with modern works by György Ligeti, Francis Poulenc and Gabriel Jackson. (more…)

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Owain Park, born in 1993, is a composer based in the United Kingdom. His works are published by Novello and have been performed internationally by ensembles including the Tallis Scholars, the Aurora Ensemble and the Norwegian Soloists’ Choir. Owain is a prize-winning Fellow of the Royal College of Organists (FRCO), and was formerly Senior Organ Scholar at Wells Cathedral and Trinity College Cambridge.

Owain began his musical journey with the piano, later becoming a chorister at St Mary Redcliffe Church in Bristol, before joining the National Youth Choir of Great Britain. He was assistant conductor of the RSCM Millennium Youth Choir from 2012-2014, working closely with David Ogden and Daniel Moult on cathedral and foreign tours and recordings.

In 2014, Owain founded The Gesualdo Six, a vocal consort specialising in the performance of renaissance polyphony. The ensemble has since gone on to perform concerts in United Kingdom and abroad and were St John’s Smith Square Young Artists 2015-16. Owain was appointed as Cambridge Chorale’s new Music Director in summer 2016.

Owain’s compositions have been awarded first prize in a number of national and international competitions, including those organised by the National Centre for Early Music (NCEM), Reverie, the Phoenix Singers’, the Bournemouth Symphony Chorus, the Jackdaws Music Trust, and A Carol for Christmas (in association with the King’s Singers and Classic FM). He has also won prizes in the BBC Young Composer of the Year, the King James Bible Awards, the HMC Young Composers’ Competition, the St George’s Bristol Carol Competition, and the ‘Sing a New Song’ carol-writing competition.

Recordings of his work have been made by Tenebrae (Nigel Short), ORA (Suzi Digby), the Choir of Wells Cathedral (Matthew Owens) and The Choir of Trinity College Cambridge (Stephen Layton). His chamber opera, The Snow Child, was performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in summer 2016. His compositions have also been broadcast on BBC Radios 3 and 4, Classic FM, and Australian, American, Norwegian, German, Danish and Swedish radio stations.

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The German conductor Karl-Heinz Steffens is recognised as a conductor of great distinction in both operatic and symphonic worlds.

Under his leadership as Music Director of the Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz, the orchestra has been honoured with many accolades; they received the ECHO award for Best Orchestra in 2015 for their recording of works by B.A. Zimmermann, and in 2016/17 they were nominated prizewinners of the Best Concert Programme of the Season by the Deutsche Musikverlegerverband, the German Music Publishers’ Association. Undertaking substantial surveys of repertoire with the orchestra, Steffens is presently engaged in a Bruckner symphony cycle programmed across several seasons.

Steffens is in great demand as a guest conductor. Recent seasons have seen him work with ensembles such as the Bavarian Radio Symphony, Berlin Philharmonic, Helsinki Philharmonic, Munich Philharmonic, Netherlands Philharmonic and Zurich Tonhalle Orchestras. He has worked frequently with the Radio Symphony Orchestras of Berlin, Cologne, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hannover, Leipzig and Stuttgart, and this season returns to the Dresden and Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestras. Appearing in the three Scandinavian capitals of Copenhagen, Helsinki and Oslo with the Norwegian National Opera Orchestra, he also conducts the Gürzenich-Orchester Köln and the Orchestre National de Lyon.

In the UK, Steffens returns to the Philharmonia Orchestra to continue his cycle of Brahms symphonies, conduct the Requiem and appear as soloist in the composer’s Clarinet Quintet, as well as leading the orchestra on a tour of Spain. He also makes his debut with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra.

Equally at home in the opera house, Steffens recently gave the Norwegian premiere of Pelléas and Mélisande at the Norwegian National Opera where he has also conducted productions of Cosi fan Tutte, Fidelio and Calixto Bieito’s Tosca. He has appeared several times at the Teatro alla Scala leading performances of Cosi fan Tutte, Don Giovanni, and Götterdämmerung, is regularly invited to the Berlin Staatsoper Unter den Linden, and recently made his Zürich Opera debut with Cosi fan tutte.

Prior to his conducting career, Steffens was a highly respected solo clarinettist who also held several orchestral positions culminating in the successive posts of Principal Clarinet with the Bavarian Radio and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestras.

Artist Website: www.karlheinzsteffens.com

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A multifaceted musician, Masato Suzuki appears on the concert platform in the capacity of conductor, organist, harpsichordist and composer.

On the conducting podium Masato Suzuki works with such orchestras as the Hiroshima Symphony, Kyushu Symphony, Sendai Philharmonic, Tokyo Symphony and Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestras and held the position of Principal Conductor with the Yokohama Sinfonietta during 2013 – 2015. With repertoire including Beethoven, Dvorak and Schubert, this season Suzuki debuts with Japan Philharmonic Orchestra as well as making return visits to the Kanagawa Philharmonic, Sendai Philharmonic and Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestras.  In his role as Music Director of Ensemble Genesis, he presents ambitious programmes of baroque and contemporary music in imaginative combinations.

As organist and harpsichordist Suzuki’s relationship with Bach Collegium Japan has taken him to major concert venues and festivals across Europe and the USA. This season he makes his official subscription series debut as conductor with the ensemble conducting Bach’s St John Passion and Monteverdi’s L’Incoronazione di Poppea whilst he also takes the ensemble to perform at the Thüringen Bachwochen. Other festival appearances as recitalist and chamber musician include the Chofu Music Festival (of which he is one of the Artistic Directors) and Musikfest Bremen.

On disc, Suzuki appears in numerous recordings on the BIS label with Bach Collegium Japan including the complete set of Sacred Cantatas and J.S. Bach’s Concertos for Two Harpsichords which features his own arrangement of Orchestral Suite No.1. He participated as organist in the recording of Schütz’s Musicalische Exequien with Vox Luminis for the Ricercar label which was awarded the Gramophone Magazine Recording of the Year in 2012.

Suzuki’s composition portfolio includes works for both instrumental ensembles and choir; his work is published by Schott Japan and he has received recent commissions from Sette Voci, Tokyo Musik Kreis and Yokohama Minato Mirai Hall among others.  Suzuki’s reconstruction of lost movements of J.S. Bach’s Cantata BWV190 (Carus) and his completion and revision of Mozart’s Requiem have been highly praised.

Now based in the Netherlands, Masato Suzuki studied Composition and Early Music at the Tokyo University for Fine Arts and Music before studying Organ and Improvisation at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague.

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In the autumn of 2012 Alexander Liebreich began his first season as chief conductor and artistic director of the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra (NOSPR), and the first foreign conductor to hold this position. In 2014 he inaugurated the new Philharmonic Hall in Katowice, the orchestra’s home, with a performance including the Brahms Piano Concerto No1 with Krystian Zimerman. Liebreich has a very strong affinity with Polish music and his new collaboration with the orchestra and Accentus will feature five recordings of pieces by Lutoslawski alongside other great Polish works. Their third CD release was winner of the International Classical Music Awards 2017 category “Best Collection” featuring works by Karol Szymanowski and Witold Lutosławski.

In May 2015 he became Artistic Director of the new Festival Katowice Kultura Natura where in addition to NOSPR, resident artists included RIAS Kammerchor, London Sinfonietta, András Schiff and Miklós Perényi. In 2018, he will take over as Artistic Director of the Richard Strauss Festival in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.

He held the position of artistic director and principal conductor of the Munich Chamber Orchestra from 2006 – 2016. Their first collaborative CD, featuring works by Joseph Haydn and Isang Yun, was released to great critical acclaim in January 2008 and was followed in 2009 by the launch of a Bach CD with Hilary Hahn, Christine Schäfer and Matthias Goerne, by Deutsche Grammophon.

As one of Germany’s foremost conductors, Alexander Liebreich’s extensive career takes him around the world. As guest conductor he has worked with many prestigious orchestras including the Concertgebouw Orchestra, Orchestre National de Belgique, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Radio Symphony Orchestra Berlin, Munich Philharmonic, Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orquestra Sinfônica do Estado de São Paulo, Dresden Philharmonic, Orchestre Philharmonique de Luxembourg, Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra and NHK Symphony Orchestra. Recent and future engagements include debuts with the Essen Philharmonic, Orquesta de Valencia, Tonhalle Orchestra, Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, Kyoto Symphony and Staatsorchester Stuttgart.

He has performed with distinguished soloists such as Lisa Batiashvili, Krystian Zimerman, Frank Peter Zimmermann, Leila Josefowicz, and Maxim Vengerov.

Alongside his concerts and opera productions, Liebreich has established a reputation for producing innovative projects. In 2011 he became the first European artistic director of the Tongyeong International Music Festival (TIMF) in South Korea, one of the biggest and most important festivals in Asia. With the goal of encouraging intercultural encounters, he implemented the “east-west-residence-programme”, inviting guest artists like Heiner Goebbels, Unsuk Chin, Martin Grubinger, Toshio Hosokawa and Beat Furrer to South Korea.

In October 2016 the Bavarian Ministry of Education, Culture, Science, and Art announced that Alexander Liebreich would be the recipient of a Special Award in connection with the year’s Bavarian Culture Prize.

Alexander Liebreich, was born in Regensburg and studied at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München and the Salzburg Mozarteum and gained much of his early artistic experience with both Claudio Abbado and Michael Gielen.

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Paul Goodwin is well known for his creative and dynamic programming and incorporating period style within the traditional orchestral world. He has achieved acclaim for delivering fresh, exciting and original accounts of mainstream repertoire as well as his historically informed interpretations. His extensive repertoire spans from the fourteenth century to the present day.

Paul is Artistic Director and Conductor of the Carmel Bach Festival and Principal Guest Conductor of Cappella Aquileia. He has conducted orchestras throughout the world including the Philadelphia Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Hallé Orchestra, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Konzerthaus Orchester Berlin, Minnesota Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra Washington, Utah Symphony, New World Symphony Orchestra, Seattle Symphony Orchestra, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, Toronto Symphony Orchestra the Rotterdam, Auckland, Helsinki and Royal Stockholm Philharmonics and radio orchestras in Munich, Frankfurt, Hannover and Leipzig.

In opera, Paul’s successes have included Gluck’s Iphigenie en Tauride at the Komische Oper Berlin, Britten’s Rape of Lucretia at the Teatro Real Madrid, Handel’s Orlando at Scottish Opera and Opera Australia, Handel’s Jephtha at Welsh National Opera and Handel’s Riccardo Primo at the Staatstheater Karlsruhe.

Recent and future highlights include his Japanese conducting debut at the Chofu International Music Festival, Orquesta Sinfonica de Galicia, Warsaw Philharmonic, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Hong Kong Sinfonietta, Les Violons du Roy, Seoul Philharmonic, National Taiwan Symphony the New World Symphony Orchestra, Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra.

For 11 years Paul was the Associate Conductor of the Academy of Ancient Music with whom he toured extensively and made recordings of Schutz choral music, Mozart’s singspiel ‘Zaide’ and two discs of music by John Tavener, commissioned for the AAM.  Three of these CDs were nominated for Grammy (USA) and Gramophone (UK) awards. He was Principal Guest Conductor of the English Chamber Orchestra for 6 years, collaborating with artists such as Kiri Te Kanawa, Joshua Bell, Maria João Pires, Mstislav Rostropovich and Magdalena Kozena.  Elsewhere, he has recorded CDs of Strauss, Hartmann, Handel’s Riccardo Primo and Athalia, and a highly acclaimed CD of Elgar’s Nursery Suite for Harmonia Mundi.  With the Münchner Rundfunkorchester he has recorded two CDs for Sony: one that includes Prokovief Peter and the Wolf and the other, “under the stars”, in collaboration with violinist Charlie Siem.

Paul’s dedication to educational projects has led him to work with National Youth Orchestras in Spain and Holland, the Junge Deutsche Philharmonic, the Orchestra Giovanile Italiana, as well as the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague and the orchestras of the Royal College and Royal Academy of Music, London. For many years he was a regular visiting conductor for the Queen Elisabeth Competition Brussels.  In 2007, Paul Goodwin was awarded the Handel Honorary Prize of the City of Halle (Saale) in recognition of his extraordinary services to performances of works by George Frideric Handel.

Artist Website: paulgoodwinconductor.com

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