In honor of the competition’s 15th anniversary, this year’s prize has been raised to €5,000. The prizewinning composition will be performed by outstanding reed quintets from around the world.
His new recording of Kurt Leimer’s Klavierkonzert Linke Hand is up for Instrumentalist of the Year and Concert Recording at this year’s ceremony.
Mathieu’s new position at Domaine Forget marks the third high-profile appointment to a major Quebec cultural institution in recent months.
June 13th, 2022: Gregory Vajda Appointed Principal Conductor of Hungary’s Savaria Symphony Orchestra
Over the past two years, the orchestra has worked with twenty conductors and almost unanimously expressed a desire to work with Vajda.
Me. Labadie led the successful evening with a firm and loving hand.
It often seems like the worlds of orchestral music and drag performance couldn’t be further apart.
One taps into centuries of tradition and carefully crafted precision, the other lives for unbridled creativity and spontaneity. But they also share the power to inspire, and recently, they’ve had the chance to overlap.
Pianist Gilles Vonsattel received a glowing review from the New York Times, for his performance at Carnegie Hall, on May 12th. Vonsattel was performing Carlos Chávez’s Piano Concerto.
CLASSICAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR (LARGE ENSEMBLE): Solfeggio L’Harmonie des saisons, conducted by Eric Milnes ft. Hélène Brunet ATMA*Naxos.
Labadie, the orchestra’s music director and a Bach specialist, managed that complex flow of beauty and rage with a mastery worthy of DeMille.
March 9th, 2022: Orchestra of St. Luke’s Renews Bernard Labadie’s Contract as Principal Conductor Through 2024-25
Orchestra of St. Luke’s, New York, has renewed Bernard Labadie’s contract as Principal
Conductor for three additional seasons, positioning him to become the ensemble’s longest tenured conductor to date.