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Classical Press Cheers Thomas Dausgaard BBC SSO Announcement

The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra’s announcement that Thomas Dausgaard is its next Chief Conductor has been met with cheers from the Classical press and audiences. Kate Molleson, in The Herald (Scotland), writes, “This is an intriguing, intelligent and potentially...

WELCOME TO THE NEW THOMASDAUSGAARD.COM

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THOMAS DAUSGAARD TO CONDUCT SEATTLE SYMPHONY’S FIRST-EVER MAHLER 10

Thomas Dausgaard is set to conduct Seattle Symphony’s first-ever Mahler: Symphony No. 10 (Cooke version) during the orchestra’s 2015/16 season. Seattle’s Principal Guest Conductor, now in his second season with the orchestra, will conduct three subscription...

LUMINOUS LANDSCAPES: THE SIBELIUS SYMPHONIES AT SEATTLE SYMPHONY

LUMINOUS LANDSCAPES: THE SIBELIUS SYMPHONIES IN CELEBRATION OF THE 150th ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH OF JEAN SIBELIUS THOMAS DAUSGAARD LEADS THREE WEEKS OF FESTIVAL EVENTS IN HIS FIRST YEAR AS PRINCIPAL GUEST CONDUCTOR 24-HOUR SIBELIUS MARATHON WILL BE STREAMED ON...

FORBES BEST OF 2014 – SCHUBERT SYMPHONIES NOS. 3, 4 & 5

Forbes has named Thomas Dausgaard and The Swedish Chamber Orchestra's recording of Schubert: Symphonies Nos. 3, 4 & 5 one of the Best Albums of 2014. Of the BIS SACD, Cultural Contributor Jens F. Laurson writes: "Wildness, youthful jubilance, brilliance and a good...

5 STARS FOR THOMAS DAUSGAARD & BBC SSO

Thomas Dausgaard an the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra thrilled The Scotsman's David Kettle during the St Magnus International Festival in Orkney.  In his 5 Star review, Kettle writes: "Emotions ran high, too, later that evening, when Danish conductor Thomas...

Luzerner Zeitung Praises Dausgaard’s Bruckner: Symphony No. 7

Urs Mattenberger, writing in Neue Luzerner Zeitung, praises Thomas Dausgaard and Sinfoniorchester Lucerne’s December 2014 performance of Bruckner: Symphony No. 7. He writes [translasted]: “From the beginning it was electric – the crisp pianissimi from the high...