Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra debut – to be live radio broadcast on April 13

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On the heels of her “impressive conducting debut with the London Philharmonic Orchestra” (Seen and Heard International), Nathalie Stutzmann travels to the Netherlands to make her debut with the acclaimed Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra in three concerts April 12, 13 and 14 at de Doelen. She will lead Bach’s masterpiece St Matthew Passion with a lineup of soloists including soprano Martina Jankova, mezzo-soprano Aude Extrémo, tenors Samuel Boden and Jeremy Ovenden, bass-baritones Vincent Le Texier and Leon Kosavic, and the choirs of Laurens Collegium Rotterdam and Jongenskoor Koorschool St. Bavo Haarlem.

The performance of April 13 will receive a live radio broadcast from Dutch classical radio station NPO Radio 4 at 7.30pm, tune in!

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London Philharmonic Orchestra debut

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© Mito Chamber Orchestra

Nathalie Stutzmann heads to the United Kingdom to make her conducting debut with the prestigious London Philharmonic Orchestra this March 25. She’ll open her programme with Strauss’ Death and Transfiguration before being joined by Kateryna Kasper, Sara Mingardo, Robin Tritschler, Leon Kosavic and the London Philharmonic Choir for Mozart’s Requiem.

In anticipation of her LPO debut, Nathalie will appear on BBC Radio 3’s “Music Matters” programme on March 25 at 12:15pm (London time).

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Recitals in Monte-Carlo, Amsterdam and Stockholm

Nathalie Stutzmann & Inger Södergren

Nathalie Stutzmann & Inger Södergren

Nathalie Stutzmann and her pianist Inger Södergren can be seen on a tour at acclaimed venues across Europe this month. The duo performs works by Wagner, Schubert, Fauré, Chausson and Debussy at Monte-Carlo’s Opera on March 4, Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw on March 7 and for the first time at Stockholm’s Konserthus on March 9.

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Nathalie Stutzmann conducts Tannhäuser at Monte-Carlo Opera

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Nathalie Stutzmann conducting Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra © Alain Hanel

This month, Nathalie Stutzmann makes her anticipated return to Monte-Carlo Opera, where she leads four performances of Richard Wagner’s Tannhäuser at the head of Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra. Nathalie debuted with the orchestra in 2014, making “a master stroke” (Forum Opéra) conducting Donizetti’s L’Elisir d’amore.

Staged by Monte-Carlo Opera director Jean-Louis Grinda, this thrilling production is totally new and unseen since 1861 as it features the Tannhäuser rewritten for Paris Opera by Wagner himself – including the French texts – and only executed three times in history, in Paris for its creation in 1861. Performances take place at the stunning Salle Garnier on February 19, 22, 25 and 28, with an international cast including acclaimed Argentinian tenor José Cura in the title role, Jean-François Lapointe as Wolfram, Steven Humes as Hermann, William Joyner as Walther, Roger Joakim as Biterolf, Annemarie Kremer as Elisabeth and Aude Extrémo as Venus. Please note these are all now sold-out.

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