Moshe ATZMON

Country / Pays : Management : France
Conductor : Conductor


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“Time and again he elicited from the musicians of the Radio Philharmonic moments of unusual and surprising nuance, so that at times one felt one was hearing the all too familiar “Pastoral” as if for the first time. There were well-deserved bravos for Atzmon’s compelling but completely unpretentious conducting.”   (NDR Radiophilharmonie)

Moshe Atzmon est un chef réputé dans le domaine de l’opéra. Il a été Directeur Musical de l’Opéra de Dortmund pendant plusieurs années et a dirigé des productions d’opéras entre autres au Deutsche Oper de Berlin, à l’Opéra de Hambourg, de Bâle, d’Istanbul et à l’Opéra Royal du Danemark.

Moshe Atzmon a été chef principal de l’Orchestre Symphonique de Sydney, de l’Orchestre de la Radio de Hambourg, de l’Orchestre Symphonique Metropolitan de Tokyo, de l’Orchestre Philharmonique de Nagoya (dont il est maintenant Chef Lauréat), de l’Orchestra Society de Bâle et de l’Orchestre symphonique de Aalborg et il est le principal chef invité de l’Orchestre Philharmonique KBS de Séoul. Moshe Atzmon est actuellement le Premier Chef invité de l’Orchestre de Bretagne.

Depuis, Moshe Atzmon a dirigé les plus grands orchestres tels que l’Orchestre Philharmonique de Berlin, l’Orchestre Philharmonique de Vienne, la Philharmonie de Münich et les principaux orchestres londoniens. En Septembre 2007, il est retourné au NHK Symphony Orchestra à Tokyo.

Né en Hongrie, il a commencé ses études musicales à Budapest. Alors âgé de 13 ans, Moshe Atzmon et sa famille émigrent en Israël où il poursuit ses études à l’Académie de Musique de Tel-Aviv et à Jérusalem, en étudiant le violoncelle, le cor, la direction d’orchestre et la composition. Après l’obtention de ses diplômes, il est corniste professionnel pendant plusieurs années. En 1960, il reprend ses études de direction d’orchestre à l’Ecole de Musique Guildhall de Londres, travaillant avec Antal Dorati et, trois ans plus tard, il obtient le second prix au Concours international de chefs d’orchestre Mitropoulos à New-York ainsi que le Prix Leonard Bernstein à Tanglewood et en 1964, il remporte le premier prix du Concours international de chefs d’orchestre de Liverpool.
Moshe Atzmon a beaucoup enregistré, principalement pour la Deutsche Grammophon, Decca, EMI et BIS.

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Biography :

“Time and again he elicited from the musicians of the Radio Philharmonic moments of unusual and surprising nuance, so that at times one felt one was hearing the all too familiar “Pastoral” as if for the first time. There were well-deserved bravos for Atzmon’s compelling but completely unpretentious conducting.”   (NDR Radiophilharmonie)

Moshe Atzmon is well-known both in the opera house and on the concert platform.  He was General Music Director of Dortmund Opera for several years and has conducted at the Deutsche Oper Berlin, Hamburg State Opera, Basel State Opera, Istanbul Opera and Royal Danish Opera amongst others.

Moshe Atzmon has been Chief Conductor of the NDR Sinfonieorchester in Hamburg, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra (he is now their Conductor Laureate), Basel Orchestra Society, Aalborg Symphony Orchestra and Principal Guest Conductor of the KBS Philharmonic Orchestra in Seoul. He is currently Principal Guest Conductor of the Orchestre de Bretagne.

Moshe Atzmon has conducted in all the important music centres of the world working with many of the great orchestras, including the Berlin Philharmonic, Vienna Philharmonic, Munich Philharmonic and the major London Orchestras. He returned to the NHK Symphony Orchestra in Tokyo during September 2007.

Moshe Atzmon was born in Hungary where he began his musical education in Budapest. When he was thirteen his family emigrated to Israel where he continued at the Academies of Music in Tel-Aviv and Jerusalem studying the cello, horn, conducting and composition. After graduating he became a professional horn player before continuing his conducting studies in 1960 at London’s Guildhall School of Music and working with the late Antal Dorati. Three years later he took second prize at the Mitropoulos Conducting Competition in New York followed by the Leonard Bernstein Prize at Tanglewood and in 1964 he was awarded First Prize at the Liverpool International Conducting Competition.

Moshe Atzmon has made many recordings, principally for Deutsche Grammophon, Decca, EMI and BIS.

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