Stephen Salters

Stephen Salters’ passionate and impeccably articulated performances of a wide range of repertoire have won him acclaim throughout Europe, the UK, Asia and the United States. He works regularly with leading conductors including Christoph Eschenbach, Seiji Ozawa, Robert Spano, Nicholas McGegan, Keith Lockhart, Ivor Bolton, Will Crutchfield, Leonard Slatkin, Hugh …

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Carolyn Sampson

Carolyn Sampson comes from Bedford, England and read music at the University of Birmingham. A stylish interpreter of the baroque and classical masters, she regularly appears with many of the most respected period instrument groups and conductors: The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, The King’s Consort, The Freiburg Baroque …

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San Francisco Ballet Orchestra

The San Francisco Ballet Orchestra has been internationally recognized as one of the foremost ballet orchestras in the world. Since its 1975 performance debut with the Ballet’s Nutcracker, under Music Director Denis de Coteau, the orchestra’s home has been the San Francisco War Memorial Opera House. At that time, the …

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San Francisco Symphony

The SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY gave its first concerts in December 1911. Its music directors have included Henry Hadley, Alfred Hertz, Basil Cameron, lssay Dobrowen, Pierre Monteux, Enrique Jordá, Josef Krips, Seiji Ozawa, Edo de Waart, Herbert Blomstedt, and, since 1995, Michael Tilson Thomas. The SFS has won such recording awards …

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Felipe Scagliusi

Born in the city of São Paulo, Brazil, Felipe Scagliusi began his studies with Professor Márcio Petroni and later with Paulo Gori (winner of the prestigious Queen Elizabeth Competition) with whom he continued to work for eight years. In 1996 Scagliusi received the Degree in Conducting at the School of …

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