Hubert SOUDANT

Country / Pays : Management : France
Conductor : Conductor


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Biography :

Born in Maastricht, Hubert Soudant won numerous first prizes at several international competitions, such as International Conductors Competition of Karajan in Berlin, Competition of Cantelli in Milano, Concours International de Besançon. Hubert Soudant conducts the most prestigious European orchestras such as the Berliner Philharmoniker, the London Philharmonic Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Munich Philharmonic, Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, Hamburg Radio Orchestra, Frankfurt Rundfunk Orchestra, Dresdner Staatskapelle, K.B.S. Symphony Orchestra of Seoul, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Orquesta Sinfónica de Madrid, National Orchestra of Paris and a great part of the Italian orchestras, such as Orchestra della Scala di Milano, Santa Cecilia in Rome and many others. Hubert Soudant was the Music Director of Radio France Nouvelle Orchestre Philharmonique, Utrecht Symphony Orchestra, l’Orchestra Toscanini of Parma, Orchestre National des Pays de la Loire and for the past 13 years for Mozarteum Orchestra of Salzburg. Since September 2004, he is the Music Director of Tokyo Symphony Orchestra in Japan. In July 2004, Hubert Soudant was honoured by the city of Salzburg “The Ring of the city of Salzburg” and the “Golden Cross of Honour” from the region of Salzburg. Recordings with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra include Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, Bruckner’s 8th Symphony, Mozart’s Symphony, and Schubert’s Symphonies on the TSO label. In March 2009, Hubert Soudant led the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra to win “Best Concert Performance by Japanese Artist” at the 21st Music Pen Club Japan Awards which was given for the Schubert cycle during the 08/09 season. His latest recording with The Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, Bruckner’s Symphony No.7, won Best Recording by Japanese Artist at the 22nd Music Pen Club Japan Awards in 2010.

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