Conductor Anna Skryleva joins TACT

Conductor Anna Skryleva joins TACT
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We are delighted to welcome conductor and composer Anna Skryleva to our artistic management roster. 

Anna's upcoming engagements highlight her versatility and command of a wide repertoire. She will lead the Magdeburg Philharmonic in the world premiere of "Strauss Skryleva," as well as "Wunschkonzert" at both the Magdeburg Philharmonic and Theater Magdeburg. Additionally, Anna will be recording Kashperova's Symphony with the RSB Berlin. The 2024/2025 season sees her conducting major works including "The Cunning Little Vixen," "Turandot," and "Carmen" at Theater Magdeburg, as well as Beethoven and Bruckner with the Aalborg Symphony Orchestra. She will also direct symphony concerts, "Romeo and Juliet," and "Pique Dame" with the Oper Leipzig, and performances of Schubert and Stravinsky with the Philharmonic Orchestra Coburg. Notably, she will open the Festival Ultraschall Berlin with the DSO Berlin and conduct the final round of the Aarhus International Piano Competition with the Aarhus Symphony Orchestra.

Anna's impressive portfolio of past engagements includes leading the Deutsches Symphonie Orchester Berlin in the "10 Jahre Symphonic Mob" concert and conducting Beethoven with the Augsburg Philharmonic. She has also conducted "Rigoletto" and "La Cenerentola" at Oper Leipzig, and a diverse program featuring Rautavaara, Monnakgotla, Bach-Reger, and Shostakovich with the Wermland Opera. Her New Year Concert with the Aarhus Symphony Orchestra and performances with the Neue Philharmonie Westfalen further demonstrate her wide-ranging expertise. Anna has also conducted Valfridsson, Mahler, and Tchaikovsky with the Jönköping Sinfonietta, Bartok and Rachmaninov with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, and a variety of works at Theater Magdeburg, including operas by Eugen Engel and Grete Minde. Additionally, Anna has served as a jury member for the German Conducting Award and conducted the Odense Symphony Orchestra for a CD recording with Orchid Classics in collaboration with the Nielsen International Competition, as well as Gershwin and Bernstein with the Essen Philharmonic Orchestra.

Anna Skryleva is also a celebrated composer, with her works published by Universal Edition Vienna. Her notable compositions and arrangements include "Mirror for Soprano & Orchestra," "3 Impromptus in C for the Orchestra," "Lullaby for 2 Voices and Orchestra," and her reduced orchestration of Mozart’s "La clemenza di Tito," published by Bärenreiter Verlag. 

Anna Skryleva

Anna Skryleva



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