Arild Remmereit dirigent

Arild Remmereit dirigent

Han er fodt i Ålesund i Norge i 1961 og uddannet i sang,klaver og komposition ved Øsdandets Musikkonservatorium. Konservatoriet havde premiere på hans oratorium In the Beginning i maj 1985. Han studerede orkesterledelse under professor Karl Osterreicher, har deltaget i masterclass med Zubin Mehta i Wien,hvor han også assisterede Leonard Bernstein ved pladeoptagelser. Han assisterede Myung Whung Chung ved Den Norske operas 30-års jubilæumsproduktion af Verdis La Traviata og ved en nyproduktion af Richard Strauss’ Salome på Pariseroperaen. Fra 1989 til 92 var han chefdirigcnt ved Wiener Residenz Orchcster, fra 1992-94 for det ukrainske natijonalfilharmoniske orkester, samt fra 1993-95 kunstnerisk chef og chefdirigent vid statsoperaen i Kharkov.

Desuden har Arild Remmereit dirigeret bl.a. NDR Symfoniorkester i Hannover,Gulbenkian-orkestret i Lissabon, Mozarteum-orkestret i Salzburg, Odense Symfoniorkester, Sonderjyllands Symfoniorkester og Berns Symfoniorkester. I 1997 dirigerede han – på afbud fra Dmitrij Kitaenko – for første gang Oslofilharmonikerne, hvilket medførte at han blev inviteret igen til de følgende tre sæsoner. I november 1999 debuterede Arild Remmereit med Figaros bryllup på Den Norske Opera i Oslo. Figaros bryllup er Arild Remmereits debut på Det Kongelige Teater.

In English

Over a five-month period in 2005, Norwegian conductor Arild Remmereit made five dramatic debuts with the Pittsburgh Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, Milan’s Filarmonica della Scala, Munich Philharmonic and the Vienna Symphony, quickly establishing himself as a major talent on the international scene. The New York Times wrote of his Pittsburgh debut, “He came, he conducted, he conquered…” The Wiener Zeitung called Remmereit’s interpretation of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3 with the Vienna Symphony the “sensation of the evening. [The orchestra] played with unequaled precision…”

Mr. Remmereit was immediately re-engaged in Pittsburgh, Vienna, Milan and Baltimore and since then has also returned to a number of other prominent orchestras as well, including the National Arts Centre Orchestra (NACO) in Ottawa, England’s Halle Orchestra, the Detroit Symphony, Dallas Symphony, Seattle Symphony, Rochester Philharmonic, New Jersey Symphony and the Seoul Philharmonic, among many others.

Mr. Remmereit has also appeared with the Houston Symphony, Oslo Philharmonic, Royal Stockholm Philharmonic, the Mozarteum Orchestra in Salzburg, Deutsches Symphonie Orchester Berlin, BBC Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, to name several. In 2005 he made his debut at the storied Teatro alla Scala, conducting Tchaikovsky’s opera Cherevicki and, more recently, led Florence’s Orchestra del Maggio Musicale in a performance of three Beethoven symphonies. In Asia–in addition to appearances with the Seoul Philharmonic– Mr. Remmereit has conducted the Tokyo Philharmonic, Malaysian Philharmonic and the KBS Symphony, also in Seoul.

The 2012-13 season includes return engagements with the Pittsburgh Symphony, and NACO, which he conducts in subscription and on tour in northern Canada, and makes debuts with the Naples Philharmonic and Orchestre Symphonique de Québec. Upcoming engagements include the Buffalo Philharmonic and the Baltimore Symphony, where he will appear for the third time.

Appointed Music Director of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra in September 2010, Mr. Remmereit has re-invigorated the orchestra’s programming, secured it a Carnegie Hall appearance in 2014—its first in nearly three decades–and, through his dynamic presence and creative initiatives, ignited deep enthusiasm throughout the surrounding community and among many RPO musicians . Tapping on Rochester’s historic role in the women’s suffrage—and women’s rights–movement, he built his first seasons around works of female composers ranging from nineteenth and twentieth century figures– Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel, Clara Schumann and Amy Beach–to living composers such as Gabriela Lena Frank, Sofia Gubaidulina and Margaret Brouwer. He also started a cycle of Beethoven and Mahler symphonies, created a springtime Mozart festival, gave four world premieres and set in motion exciting collaborations with the Eastman School of Music. Due to a combination of various factors, however, Mr. Remmereit and the RPO mutually decided to part ways in late-November 2012.

Born in Norway, Remmereit began piano lessons at the age of six, studied trumpet and performed as a boy soprano. In 1986 he graduated from the Norwegian Conservatory of Music, earning master degrees in voice, piano (jazz and classical), and composition. It was at a conducting seminar in 1985 at the Aspen Music Festival that he was inspired to change his focus. From 1987 to 1992 he studied conducting in Vienna under the direction of Prof. Karl Österreicher at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst, where he also participated in a master class with Zubin Mehta. Remmereit studied with Leonard Bernstein at the Orchestra dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome, and assisted him in several recordings in Vienna between 1987 and 1990.



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