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Brad Lubman

The American conductor and composer Brad Lubman has gained widespread recognition for his versatility, commanding technique, and insightful interpretations during recent decades. He has worked with such diverse musical personalities as Pierre Boulez, Oliver Knussen, Steve Reich and John Zorn. Conducting a broad range of repertoire from classical to contemporary works, Lubman has led major orchestras including the Finnish Radio Symphony, Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Netherlands Radio Chamber Philharmonic, Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Tonkünstler Orchestra of Lower Austria, the NDR Symphony Orchestra, the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, RSO Stuttgart, the Dresden Philharmonic, the American Composers Orchestra, the New World Symphony and the St Paul Chamber Orchestra. In addition, he has worked with some of the most important European and American ensembles for contemporary music, including Klangforum Wien, ASKO Ensemble Amsterdam and musikFabrik in Europe as well as the Los Angeles Philharmonic New Music Group, Boston Symphony Chamber Players and Steve Reich and Musicians in the USA. Working regularly with the DSO Berlin and Radio Kamer Filharmonie as well as ensembles such as London Sinfonietta and Ensemble Modern, Brad Lubman presents concert programmes and CD productions. He is artistic and musical director of the Signal Ensemble for contemporary music, of which he is co-founder. Brad Lubman has been professor of conducing at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester (New York), where he also directs the Musica Nova Ensemble. He is also among the docents at the Bang-on-a-Can Summer Institute. His own compositions have been performed in the USA and Europe by various ensembles. His first portrait CD ›insomniac‹ was released by John Zorn’s label Tzadik. His other recordings have been released on the labels Albany, BMG/RCA, Bridge, Cantaloupe, CRI, Kairos, Koch, Mode, New World, Nonesuch and Orange Mountain.

27.11.2015, 21:00 - Helmut Lachenmann 90

29.11.2015, 16:00 - Licht und Schatten