Martin Fröst makes his conducting debut with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in a play/direct programme
Following his outstanding performance with the Orpheus Chamber at Carnegie Hall Orchestra in December 2013, Martin Fröst returns to the US to make his debut as a conductor with Detroit Symphony Orchestra in four concerts, from 13 to 16 March inclusive. He conducts Stravinsky’s Pulcinella Suite and Grieg’s Holberg Suite, and appears as soloist/director in Copland’s Clarinet Concerto and Lutosławski’s Dance Preludes.
Fröst returns to the US in April, to perform Kalevi Aho ‘s Concerto with Washington’s National Symphony Orchestra under Osmo Vänskä. He then appears in recital for Boston Celebrity Series and San Francisco Performing Arts alongside Marc-Andre Hamelin ad Anthony Marwood, in a repeat of the programme they performed at the Wigmore Hall in February this year.
|2013 comes to a close||Martin Fröst receives The Sonning Music Prize and release Brahms Chamber Music Album On BIS|
|2013 comes to a close|
|Martin Fröst receives The Sonning Music Prize and release Brahms Chamber Music Album On BIS|