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Twitter added by theoverbey on 3 Jun 2016 tag | report
The Boston Globe's Steve Smith had an ingenious reaction to Yannick's recent Met appointment: Future idea for Lincoln Center Festival in era of van Zweden + Nézet-Séguin: VERBEYtim: The World of Theo Verbey. (You're welcome.)
La Tragédie de Salomé: Florent Schmitt’s most famous com... added by Classic Music Lover on 7 Sep 2013 tag | report
Available online: Florent Schmitt’s La Tragédie de Salom... added by Classic Music Lover on 14 Mar 2013 tag | report
Salomé, Florent Schmitt’s Sinuous Temptress: Seducing Au... added by Classic Music Lover on 20 Sep 2012 tag | report
La Tragédie de Salomé - Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Orchestre M... added by Classic Music Lover on 4 Jul 2012 tag | report
Recording session in Montreal for Florent Schmitt's 1907 ballet "La Tragedie de Salome."
Welcome Yannick Nézet-Séguin, the next Music Director of... added by steven on 13 Dec 2010 tag | report
Great Performers - Classical/Dance Profile and Schedule -... added by theoverbey on 18 Feb 2010 tag | report
New York Entertainment Great Performers Critics' Pick "Electric young conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin makes his New York debut as music director of the Rotterdam Philharmonic... "
Yannick Nézet-Séguin at Avery Fisher Hall - Mostly Mozart... added by theoverbey on 8 Feb 2010 tag | report
"In February, Nézet-Séguin will bring the Rotterdam Philharmonic to Avery Fisher Hall for two programs emphasizing Romantic heft, glittering virtuosity and a taste for the contemporary, including a recent piece by Dutch composer Theo Verbey—an offering the conductor believes ought to be compulsory for any ensemble representing its country on tour."
The New York Times added by theoverbey on 1 Nov 2009 tag | report
"ROTTERDAM PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA The young Canadian conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin arrived for his New York debut, with the Mostly Mozart Festival at Lincoln Center in August, trailing raves from abroad. The modest acclaim here came couched in the caveat that we wouldn’t really learn much about him until he came with an orchestra of his own. Here is one (he is also music director of the Orchestre Métropolitain in Montreal), and the two programs — with Strauss’s “Heldenleben,” Bartok’s Concerto for Orchestra and works by Brahms, Liszt, Messiaen and Theo Verbey — should reveal much about conductor and orchestra. Feb. 17, 19. Avery Fisher Hall."
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