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CURRENT SEASON

In the 2017/18 season, Mikhail Agrest returns to the London Philharmonic Orchestra with a Russian Epics program featuring music of Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff and Khachaturian, and continues his long-standing collaborations with the Semperoper Dresden, Opernhaus Zurich and Teatro San Carlo di Napoli. He looks forward to his debuts with the Seoul Philharmonic and Bruckner Orchestra Linz, where he will conduct Scriabin’s Symphony No. 3 “The Divine Poem”, among other repertoire. Mr. Agrest has also been invited to conduct the Scottish Opera in a new production of The Fiery Angel and a symphonic program.


PAST ENGAGEMENTS

During the previous season, Mikhail Agrest made his Canadian debut with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and returned to Seattle Symphony, Bremer Philharmoniker and Sudwestdeutsche Philharmonie Konstanz in Germany. His opera projects included La Traviata and Weinberger’s Švanda dudák at Semperoper Dresden. After his triumph with La bohème at the Finnish National Opera, he was invited to lead a new production of Eugene Onegin, directed by Marco Arturo Marelli. Mr. Agrest’s appearance at the Metropolitan Opera in 2003 conducting the Mariinsky Theatre in Rimsky-Korsakov’s The Legend of the Invisible City of Kitezhsparked keen interest within the global opera community.  He went on to lead a production of Tosca at the Swedish National Opera, Don Giovanni at Opera Australia, as well as the award-winning new production of Jenufa at the English National Opera, directed by David Alden. 

 


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