Alexander Shelley dirigent

Alexander Shelley dirigent

Shelley,vis forældre er professionella musikere, har studeret direktion hos professor Thomas Rabrisch og har arbejdet tæt sammen med Yan-Pascal Torelier som dirigentassistent. I 2005 vandt han den prestigefyldte førstepris ved, Leeds Conductors Competition. Han dirigerer jaevnligt programmer for Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen og har dirigeret NAC Orchestra Ottawa, Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra i Caracas, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Rotterdam filharmonikerne, the BBC Symphony Orchestra,Stockholm filharmonikerne og Orchestre Nationale Bordeaux. Som chefdirigent for Nürnberg Symfoniorkester kal Shelley i sæsonen 2010/2011 turnere til Italien, Belgien og Musikverein i Wien. I Danmark har han dirigeret en koncertrække med nyere klassisk musik specielt for unge i Tivolis,koncertsal under navnet 440 Hz (kammertonen),et program, som han i øvrigt også optrådte med på Roskilde Festivalen i 2008. Han har stået i spidsen for Nytårskoncerten 2009 på Det Kongelige Teater og for Nytårskoncerten 2010 Tivolis Koncertsal. Shelleys debut som operadirigent fandt sted i 2008 på Det Kongelige Teater i forbindelse med Den glade enke.

In English

Alexander Shelley was appointed Music Director-designate of Canada’s National Arts Centre Orchestra in October 2013 and will take up the position of Music Director in September 2015. In 2015 he  enters his seventh year as Chief Conductor of the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra where he has transformed the orchestra’s playing, education work and touring activities which have included tours to Italy, Belgium, China and a re-invitation to the Musikverein in Vienna. In January 2015 Shelley was named Principal Associate Conductor of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra with whom he will curate and perform a series of concerts at Cadogan Hall each season.
He is in demand from orchestras around the world including the Royal Philharmonic, the Philharmonia, City of Birmingham Symphony, Rotterdam Philharmonic, Stockholm Philharmonic, Mozarteum Orchester Salzburg, Konzerthausorchester Berlin, DSO Berlin, Leipzig Gewandhaus, Simon Bolivar, Seattle and Houston Symphony Orchestras.  Further afield Alexander is a regular guest with the top Asian and Australasian orchestras.
The 2014/15 season and beyond includes regular appearances in Ottawa and Nuremberg and guest engagements with, among others, Camerata Salzburg, Czech Philharmonic, DSO Berlin, Gothenburg Symphony,  Helsinki Philharmonic, Konzerthausorchester Berlin, NDR Hannover, Melbourne Symphony, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg, and the Royal Philharmonic. His first recording for Deutsche Grammophon, an album with Daniel Hope and the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic, was released in September 2014.

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