Conductor Nicholas Kraemer returns to the Chicago Symphony Orchestra for the complete Bach Brandenburg Concertos on November 20, 21, 22, 23 & 25. In addition, he will conduct the Civic Orchestra & Chicago Chorale on November 24 in a programme of Elgar In the South – Alassio and the Mozart Mass in C Minor.
Nicholas Kraemer conducts a production of Handel’s Belshazzar for Trinity Laban Conservatoire. Performances of the staging by Emma Rivlin are on July 2, 3, 4 & 5 at Blackheath Concert Halls. Later in the summer Kraemer travels to San Diego to conduct Opera Neo’s Agrippina on August 14 & 16 at Crill Concert Hall.
Nicholas Kraemer joins old friends at the Ulster Orchestra for several programmes in Belfast: Mozart, Poulenc & Haydn on February 5, Haydn, Strauss, Danzi & Beethoven on February 9 and Beethoven on February 10.
“… with the MOB orchestra and chorus in top form, and Nicholas Kraemer directing with characteristic insight and ebullience, Monday night’s concert at the Harris Theater proved more than the sum of its parts and made an enjoyable and exhilarating leadoff for the ensemble’s season.
Impeccably balanced, with superb choral singing, and played with polish and fine vitality across all sections, the English conductor put across the jubilant moments as surely as the passages of introspection and spiritual solace. ” Read the full review at Chicago Classical Review
Nicholas Kraemer is back with Music of the Baroque, Chicago for his first appearance with the group this season. He conducts a programme of Bach Cantatas 197, 159 and the Magnificat on October 6 at North Shore Centre for the Performing Arts and October 7 at the Harris Theater for Music and Dance, Chicago. See Nicholas talk about the programme at http://vimeo.com/73595063 and http://vimeo.com/69937382.
Nicholas Kraemer conducts and Harry Fehr directs a new production of La Finta Giardiniera at The Buxton Festival. Performances take place on July 6, 9, 12, 18 & 21 (m). As part of the Young Artists Programme, Buxton also showcases the talents of soprano Keri Fuge who will be performing in recitals and concerts throughout the festival.
Nicholas Kraemer conducts ‘the most northerly professional orchestra in the EU’ , the Lapland Chamber Orchestra, for the first time this evening. As well as Bach, Handel and Telemann the programme also includes works by Georg Muffat (1653-1704) and Carl Heinrich Graun (1704-1759) who has the distinction of being Vladimir Nabokov’s great-great-great-great grandfather.
Back with his friends at Music of the Baroque Nicholas Kraemer leads an all Bach programme on November 18 & 19. Discover more at http://www.baroque.org/seasons/2012-2013/bravura-bach/