Daniel HARDING

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Birthdate 1975-08-31
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Career asst to >qv1qv2<14906>qv3<, >ir<, 1993-94; professional debut CBSO (won Royal Philharmonic Soc Best Debut Award) 1994; asst to Claudio Abbado Berlin Philharmonic 1995-96, youngest conductor BBC Proms conducting two programmes 1996, debut Berlin Philharmonic Berlin Festival 1996, conductor Scharoun Ensemble (incl members of Berlin Philharmonic) Salzburg Festival 1997, princ conductor Trondheim Symphony Orch Norway 1997-2000; princ guest conductor: Norrkoping Symphony Orch Sweden 1997-2003, London Symphony Orch 2007-; music dir Die Deutsche Kammerphilharmonic Bremen 1997-2003, music dir Mahler Chamber Orch 2003-, music dir Swedish Radio Orch 2007-, artistic ptnr New Japan Philharmonic 2010-; conducted new opera productions 1998: Don Giovanni (dir by Peter Brook Aix-en-Provence Festival with Mahler Chamber Orch, toured Lyon, Milan, Brussels and Tokyo 1998-99), Janacek's Jenufa (Katie Mitchell prodn for WNO), Aix-en-Prevence Festival (Turn of the Screw, Eugene Onegin, La Traviata, Die Zauberflöte, Le nozze di Figaro), La Scala Milan (Idomeneo, Salome); orchs conducted incl: London Philharmonic, Leipzig Gewandhausorchester, Houston Symphony Orch, Rotterdam Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Oslo Philharmonic, Berlin Philharmonic, Oslo Philharmonic, Frankfurt Radio Orch, Orchestre des Champs Elysees, Bayerische Staatsoper Orch, Vienna Philharmonic, Dreden Staatskapelle, Philadelphia Orch, LA Philharmonic, Chicago, Bayerische Rundfunk; >ir< works by Lutoslawski with soprano Solveig Kringelborn and the Norwegian Chamber Orch, works by Britten with Ian Bostridge and the Britten Sinofonia (awarded Choc de L'Annee 198), Beethoven Overtures, Brahms' Symphonies 3 and 4, with Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie, Mozart's Don Giovanni, Mahler Symphony 4 with Mahler Chamber Orch recorded live at Aix-en-Provence Festival, Mahler's Symphony no 10 with Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Mozart, Gluck and Haydn arias with Patricia Petibon and Concerto Köln for Deutsche Grammophon, Billy Budd with LSO for Virign/EMI, Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto with MCO and Janine Jansen for DG
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