With great sadness Arts Management marks the passing of our much-loved and respected conductor, educator, advocate and friend, Richard Gill.
All of us at Arts Management, past and present, including Virginia Braden, Judith Alexander, Sharyn McKenzie, Kristina Joy, Sonja Patterson, Sarah Holloway, Matthew Brown, Andari Anggamulia, Sarah Thomas, and Pontus Aleryd were inspired, moved, invigorated and constantly surprised and entertained by Richard the musician, Richard the man and his joie de vivre.
We will miss him terribly, but remember him always and with great affection.
We are thrilled to announce that Simone Young will make her debut with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra on November 9 at the Philharmonie im Gasteig, conducting Mozart Symphony No. 41, “Jupiter” and Richard Strauss’ Heldenleben
Stuart Skelton's first solo album, Shining Knight will be released by ABC Classics on 27 July 2018. It was recorded with Asher Fisch conducting the West Australian Symphony Orchestra
The album focuses primarily on works by Wagner but also includes songs by American composers Griffes and Barber.
Congratulations to Genevieve Lacey and James Crabb on being nominated for an AIR (Australian Independent Record Label) Award for their 2015 ABC Classics’ recording - Heard This and Thought of You in the Best Independent Classical Album category. The Awards ceremony will take place in Adelaide on Thursday 27th July 2017.
For more details on the awards please visit : https://www.air.org.au/awards
Congratulations to Christopher Tonkin on the wonderful response and reviews of his performance as Sam in Lost and Found Opera's production of Bernstein's Trouble in Tahiti.
Arts Management takes great pleasure in congratulating Nicholas Carter on being appointed the new chief conductor of Stadttheater Klagenfurt and the Kärntnersinfonieorchester. The position commences in September 2018 for a three-year term.
Nicholas will also continue in his role as Principal Conductor of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra in 2018 2018.
Read about our Artists' performances in Australia and overseas during February 2017.
Read about our Artists' performances in Australia and overseas during January 2017.
Antony Walker has been confirmed to conduct Semiramide for Maggio Musicale Fiorentino at short notice.
The four performances, September 27, 29, October 2, 4 will open their 2016-17 season.
Stuart Skelton steps in as Siegmund in the concert performance of Die Walküre tonight in Baden-Baden
Owing to the indisposition of Jonas Kaufmann, Stuart Skelton will sing Siegmund in the concert performance of Die Walküre at the Baden-Baden Festspielhaus tonight (Thursday 7 July) with Valery Gergiev conducting The Mariinsky Orchestra.
We congratulate the following artists for their nominations as follows:
Best Female Performer in a Supporting Role in an Opera
Sally-Anne Russell for Voyage to the Moon (Victorian Opera and Musica Viva)
Best Male Performer in a Supporting Role in an Opera
Jeremy Kleeman for Voyage to the Moon (Victorian Opera and Musica Viva)
Russell Harcourt for Nerone in Agrippina (Brisbane Baroque)
Douglas McNicol for Leporello in Don Giovanni (State Opera SA)
Best Chamber and/or Instrumental Ensemble Concert
Paul Dyer and Australian Brandenburg Orchestra for French Baroque with Circa
Best Lighting Design - Theatre
Nick Schlieper for North by Northwest (Melbourne Theatre Company and Kay and McLean Productions)
Best Set Design - Theatre
Nick Schlieper (with Simon Phillips) for North by Northwest (Melbourne Theatre Company and Kay and McLean Productions)
Caroline Wenborne will step in to sing the role of Vitellia in La Clemenza di Tito at the Vienna State Opera with Maestro Adam Fischer.
Performance dates are March 29 and April 1, 4 and 7
Jonathan Abernethy, accompanied by pianist Michael Curtain will perform in an evening Artsong Recital The heart at sea which includes songs by Bellini, Schubert, Schumann and Williams.
The recital commences at 7.00pm at Glebe Justice Centre, 37 – 47 St Johns Road, Glebe
Tickets available at the door (cash only) or contact jonathanabernethy.com/tickets General $30, Students/u25 $20