Mahler 2 in Washington

Nathalie Stutzmann in Washington, with Kennedy Center in the background.

Nathalie Stutzmann in Washington, with Kennedy Center in the background.

On June 1 and 3 Nathalie Stutzmann will be the featured contralto soloist with the National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center, in Mahler’s Symphony No. 2. Music Director Christoph Eschenbach leads the performances which also include South African soprano Golda Schultz and The Washington Chorus. Last season, Nathalie’s performance of works by Mahler at the Kennedy Center was heralded by The Washington Post as “a real pleasure” and “delicious caramel”.

Nathalie will travel to Washington again early next season, this time making her highly anticipated return as conductor at the head of NSO following her critically acclaimed debut in 2015.

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Lalo, Mozart and Ravel with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra

© K.Miura

© K.Miura

Up next, Nathalie Stutzmann visits Sweden again to lead the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra at Stockholm’s konserthuset on May 24. Nathalie – who debuted with the orchestra in 2014 – returns with a programme that opens with Lalo’s Overture to Le Roi d’Ys, followed by Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante with violonist Johannes Lörstad and violist Louisa Tatlow. She’ll round out the evening with Ravel’s Menuet antique, Une barque sur l’océan and La valse.

The performance will receive a later broadcast via the Swedish Broadcasting Corporation, and the RSPO’s online concert hall for the Ravel pieces.

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