Nathalie Stutzmann is Chief Conductor designate of Kristiansand Symphony Orchestra in Norway (from September 2018), Principal Guest Conductor of RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland, Associate Artist of the Sao Paulo State Symphony Orchestra, as well as founder and Music Director of Orfeo 55. She is considered one of the most outstanding musical personalities of our time, with parallel careers as both Contralto and Conductor.
Recent guest conducting highlights with London Philharmonic Orchestra, Philadelphia Orchestra, Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra Washington, Konzerthausorchester Berlin, Royal Stockholm Philharmonic, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, St Louis Symphony, Saito Kinen Ozawa Orchestra and Bergen Philharmonic led to immediate re-engagements this season and the next.
“Nathalie is the real thing. So much love, intensity and sheer technique. We need more conductors like her”
Sir Simon Rattle, December 2012
DECEMBER 14, 15 & 16, 2017
Göteborg Symphony Orchestra
Konserthus, Göteborg, Sweden
Nathalie Stutzmann, conductor
Malin Christensason, soprano
Kristina Hammarström, mezzo-soprano
Bror Magnus Tødenes, tenor
Leon Kosavic, bass
Göteborg Symphony Choir
JANUARY 6, 2018
Gstaad New Year Festival
Protestant Church, Lauenen, Switzerland
Nathalie Stutzmann, contralto & conductor
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The Philadelphia Inquirer
"Insight, intelligence, strategy, and the kind of heat
one associates with Gustavo Dudamel"
The Huffington Post
"Stutzmann is a different kind of conductor"
"I experienced such a glorious revelation. This was thanks in large part to the superlative musicianship of conductor, Nathalie Stutzmann"
Seen and Heard International
"Stutzmann’s conducting technique is exceptionally clear, and everything she touches emerges as incredibly musical."
"Stutzmann gives the sound a delicate sensuality, with shimmering strings and voluptuous woodwinds."