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Concerts with Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra

amerrick / 26th June 2018 / News
Next month, Alan conducts the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra. They present Schubert’s Second Symphony and Mahler’s First Symphony. Performances take place on July 15 & 16. On July 21, […]

Der Rosenkavalier at Royal Swedish Opera

amerrick / 11th May 2018 / News
From May 26 to June 7, Alan Gilbert conducts Der Rosenkavalier at the Royal Swedish Opera in his new hometown of Stockholm. Alan states: “Opera is one of […]

Alan Gilbert and NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchester Perform Mahler 3 in Hamburg

amerrick / 26th March 2018 / News
On April 6 & 7, Alan Gilbert comes to Hamburg to conduct the NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchester in Mahler’s Third Symphony. Alan states: “Conducting the Mahler 3 in April […]

Performances with Munich Philharmonic

amerrick / 26th January 2018 / News
Alan Gilbert conducts the Munich Philharmonic on Feb 1, 2, & 4. Together, they perform Elgar’s Symphony No. 1 in A-flat major. The concerts feature soloist Lisa Batiashvili, who […]

Orchestre National de Lyon

amerrick / 16th January 2018 / News
On January 25-27 Alan conducts the Orchestre National de Lyon, presenting Brahms’s Third Symphony, Martinů’s First Cello Concerto featuring soloist Sol Gabetta, and Bach’s Third Orchestral Suite. On the program, […]

Fall 2017 Highlights Include Stops in Paris & New York; Tour with Dresden Staatskapelle

amerrick / 12th October 2017 / News
This fall, Alan Gilbert reunites with the New York Philharmonic for the Bernstein Centennial and the Philharmonic’s 175th Anniversary. He also embarks on a tour of China with […]

IDEAS | On the State of Music Today

amerrick / 8th June 2017 / News
Music is as powerful as ever and can really speak to people today. I think that people’s assumptions and expectations of orchestras are based on the old model, […]

IDEAS | On Beethoven

amerrick / 23rd January 2017 / News
So much of what we see and hear in music is based on maybe the greatest orchestral composer ever – Beethoven. I mean, he created an orchestral world […]