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Thomas’ Music Room Episode 3: “Bartók’s Folk Dances” is Out Now

Thomas’ Music Room Episode 3: “Bartók’s Folk Dances” is Out Now

The third episode of Thomas Dausgaard’s new Thomas’ Music Room YouTube series: “Bartók's Folk Dances” is available now. Thomas is joined by flautist and Thomas Music Room co-editor Alissa Rossius for this entertaining and informative look at the great Hungarian...

Listen to Thomas Dausgaard’s Full BBC Radio 3 InTune Mixtape!

Listen to Thomas Dausgaard’s Full BBC Radio 3 InTune Mixtape!

Join Thomas Dausgaard tonight on BBC Radio 3 as he takes you on a musical journey with InTune Mixtape. Thomas curated an exclusive and eclectic 30-minute mix of Swedish jazz, Danish folk, Strauss song and didgeridoo. Listen live on BBC Radio 3 from 19:00 BST on 11...

Thomas Dausgaard Shares a Nordic Playlist for Earth Day 2020

Thomas Dausgaard Shares a Nordic Playlist for Earth Day 2020

Thomas Dausgaard has curated a Nordic Playlist in celebration of Earth Day 2020 for Seattle Symphony. He writes: Dear friends, Happy Earth Day! For me, nature and music are closely intertwined. In Seattle, I love the way nature interacts with the city. You are never...

Thomas Dausgaard to make New York Philharmonic Debut

Thomas Dausgaard to make New York Philharmonic Debut

Thomas Dausgaard will make his New York Philharmonic debut next month.  Substituting for Zubin Mehta, Dausgaard will lead a new programme featuring Nielsen’s Helios Overture, Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3 with soloist Stephen Hough, and Schumann’s Symphony No. 2....

Thomas Dausgaard and Seattle Symphony Receive Grammy Award Nomination

Thomas Dausgaard and Seattle Symphony Receive Grammy Award Nomination

Nielsen Symphonies Nos. 3 and 4, conducted by Thomas Dausgaard, has been nominated for a Grammy© award in the category of Best Orchestral Performance. Aaron Jay Kernis Violin Concerto, conducted by Ludovic Morlot with soloist James Ehnes, is also nominated for Best...

Dausgaard Takes On Early Sibelius Epic in Seattle

Dausgaard Takes On Early Sibelius Epic in Seattle

Thomas Dausgaard conducted the Seattle Symphony's first-ever performance of Sibelius's Kullervo, a performance which has been praised by Bachtrack. Bachtrack's Thomas May writes, "What stood out above all in Dausgaard’s impassioned account was exactly this sense of...

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