Sinfonia Toronto‘s Maestro Nurhan Arman will chat and answer musical questions. He will discuss Sinfonia Toronto’s plans for moving forward, and will address some “anything/everything” musical curiosity.
Event guests are welcome to send questions 24 hours before the event through our contact page at: http://www.sinfoniatoronto.com/web/contact.aspx or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Topics may be varied as:
– that question about classical music you always wanted but were afraid to ask
– music you would like to hear online
– programming a concert or a season
– concerns about the classical music industry
– chamber orchestra repertoire
– the art of conducting: what does a conductor do? what is baton technique? what is rehearsal technique?
– why it’s important to play contemporary music
Format of the event:
Opening remarks, 10′; Responses to questions pre-submitted, 35′; Responses to questions received during the event, 15′
Language for this event is English.
Nurhan Arman has appeared to critical acclaim in France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Belgium, Hungary, Portugal, Russia, Poland, Romania, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Lithuania, Armenia, South Korea, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Uruguay, Dominican Republic and throughout the US and Canada. Currently Music Director of Sinfonia Toronto, he was Music Director of Canada’s Symphony New Brunswick for fifteen seasons. He has also served as Principal Guest Conductor of the Armenian Philharmonic.
Maestro Arman has recorded for CBC Radio, PBS, Radio Moscow, Polish Broadcasting, Czech Radio, Korean Broadcasting, Lithuanian TV, Armenian Radio and TV. He has served as an adjudicator for the International Fitelberg Conducting Competition, Canada Council Conducting Competition and Heinz Unger Competition, and has taught conducting at the Orford Arts Centre, Northern Music Festival and the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto.
Among the many orchestras conducted by Nurhan Arman are the Moscow Philharmonic, Belgrade Philharmonic, Deutsches Kammerorchester Frankfurt, Arpeggione Kammerorchester, Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma, San Remo Philharmonic, Orchestra I Pomeriggi Musicali, l’Orchestre Regional d’Ile de France, Florence Chamber Orchestra, l’Orchestra da Camera Milano Classica, Orchestra Sinfonica Rossini, Lisbon Metropolitan Orchestra, Hungarian Philharmonic, Lithuanian Philharmonic, Filarmonica Moldova, Pilsen Radio Symphony, Silesian State Philharmonic, Bucharest Philharmonic, National Arts Centre Orchestra, Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, Orchestra London and others across Canada.