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News - Autumn 2000 (Issue No. 6)
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Kavakos creates a storm on both sides of the Atlantic
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Virtuoso violinist Leonidas Kavakos opened the Philadelphia Orchestra’s season with the Mendelssohn concerto under Wolfgang Sawallisch, leaving the Orchestra, audience and conductor stunned.
Festival favourite Richard Goode
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One of today's truly exceptional artists, Richard Goode gave recitals this Summer at festivals in Aldeburgh, Edinburgh, Klavierfest am Ruhr and Toulouse’s Piano aux Jacobins, playing concertos also at the BBC Proms (BBC Symphony/ Belohlavek), Schleswig-Holstein and Edinburgh Festivals (Budapest Festival Orchestra/Fischer) -“subtly inflected lines that struck a perfect balance between Classical form and Romantic subjectivity.” (Times)
Triumphant start for Hickox in Wales
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Following his hugely successful performance of Mendelssohn’s St Paul with BBCNOW at the Proms this Summer, Richard Hickox conducted his first concert of the season as the Orchestra's Principal Conductor in St David's Hall.
Kathy Schuman appointed Associate Director of Intermusica
Intermusica is pleased to announce the appointment of Kathy Schuman as an Associate Director of the company effective immediately.
Chanticleer - "an orchestra of voices"
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Intermusica is proud to announce exclusive European representation of America's leading vocal ensemble Chanticleer, named after the “clear-singing” rooster in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales.
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We are delighted to announce that as of 1 June our American conductor, MARIN ALSOP, has given her world management to Intermusica, following 3 years of successful collaboration in Europe which saw debuts and re-invitations from the London Symphony, London Philharmonic and Orchestre de Paris among others. Her manager for North America is ICM Artists (Rachel Bowron).
Record Shelf
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Intermusica signs two outstanding young instrumentalists
Two major young talents have recently been signed by Intermusica: Canadian violin virtuoso James Ehnes (for Europe) and the versatile Polish-born pianist Ewa Kupiec (worldwide). Features on both artists will appear in the next Newsletter.
MacMillan in Manchester
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In September the BBC Philharmonic kicked off its new relationship with James MacMillan with a week-long city-wide festival built around the composer/conductor.
Tavener Premiere for Chilingirian Quartet with Anonymous 4
The Chilingirian Quartet collaborated this season for the first time with the New York-based ensemble Anonymous 4 in the world premiere of a new work, The Bridegroom, composed especially for them by Sir John Tavener.
Varga renews Music Directorship in San Sebastian
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Gilbert Varga is to continue as Music Director of the Orquesta Sinfonica de Euskadi, following the remarkable strides the Orchestra has taken in the last two years and its arrival at San Sebastian’s superb new hall.
Paul McCreesh makes sparkling Welsh National Opera debut with Gluck’s Orphée
Paul McCreesh, known for his historically-informed performances, made his Welsh National Opera début in October.
Around the world with King's
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This summer the Choir of King’s College, Cambridge undertook their most extensive and prestigious tour to date. They circled the globe in just over three weeks, visiting Hong Kong, Macau Japan, Taipei, New York, Interlochen and Ravinia – singing to capacity audiences everywhere.
Intermusica at the Proms 2000
It was a year of large-scale projects for our artists at the BBC Proms 2000.
Orchestral Touring Highlights
It seems a long time ago, but June saw the Philharmonia Orchestra’s debut at the Istanbul Festival, where they gave two concerts conducted by Principal Guest Conductor Leonard Slatkin.
International Chamber Music Season
2000-2001 Season at the Queen Elizabeth Hall.

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