Synonyms for neschling or Related words with neschling

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Examples of "neschling"
John Neschling is married to the writer Patricia Melo and father of Pedro Neschling, an actor.
Neschling is the son of John Neschling, composer and conductor, and of Lucelia Santos, actress and director. He has Jewish roots on his paternal side.
She was married to classical composer and conductor John Neschling, from whom she is currently divorced. Their son, Pedro Neschling (born June 28, 1982), is also an actor.
John Neschling (born 1947) is a Brazilian orchestral and operatic conductor
Pedro Neschling (born June 28, 1982 Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian actor, director and writer.
John Neschling — "Beethoven Abertura Consagração da Casa Sinfonia Nº 6"
Neschling was born John Luciano Neschling on May 13, 1947, in Rio de Janeiro, to a Jewish family of Austrian émigrés who left Europe escaping the rise of Nazism. His grandmother, Malvine Bodanzky, née Goldschmiedt, was a cousin of Arnold Schönberg
Neschling has been music director of Teatro Nacional de São Carlos in Lisbon, Sankt Gallen Theater in Switzerland, Teatro Massimo in Palermo and the Bordeaux Opera, and assistant conductor at the Vienna Opera. He has also been invited conductor at the London Symphony, Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome, Tonhalle Orchestra in Zurich, and the BBC Symphony Orchestra in London.
John Neschling. Together with Yoritsune Matsudaira, Gian Carlo Menotti, Krzysztof Penderecki and Alfred Schnittke, Rendine was commissioned by the Nobel Peace Prize Committee to compose the "Mass for Peace", which was performed at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Oslo on 11 December 1995.
She received formation in the theater with Michael Margotta (2002). In the salient theater the work with the producer António Pires, in "Death of Romeu and Julieta", based on the workmanship of Shakespeare (Teatro da Cornucópia), "For a Night" of Pedro Neschling (Clube Estefânia), among others.
Carrara collaborates with several famous international artists, among them orchestra conductors such as Matthieu Mantanus, John Neschling, Flavio Emilio Scogna, Meir Wellber, Paolo Olmi, Michalis Economou, Jan Latham Koenig, Lior Shambadal and soloists Alda Caiello, Roberto Abbondanza, Roberto Prosseda, Floraleda Sacchi, Francesco D’Orazio, Francesco Dego, and Stefano Montanari.
During his almost thirty-year international concert career, his own solo-participations with Europe, America and Australia orchestras are innumerable. Among the conductors: Roberto Abbado, Gerd Albrecht, Vladimir Delman, Claus Peter Flor, Lu Jia, Gerhard Korsten, Julian Kovatchv, Gustav Kuhn, Yoel Levi, John Nelson, John Neschling, Daniel Oren. In January 2008, at the invitation of Yuri Temirkanov, he participated in the XVII International Festival "Christmas Musical Meeting in Palmira of the North" in Saint Petersburg.
Some of the most famous Brazilian conductors are Roberto Minczuk, John Neschling and Isaac Karabtchevsky. The instrumentalists include, among others: Roberto Szidon, Antonio Meneses, Cussy de Almeida, Gilberto Tinetti, Arnaldo Cohen, Nelson Freire, Eudóxia de Barros, Guiomar Novaes and Magda Tagliaferro. And some of the most famous Brazilian singers were, historically, Zola Amaro, Constantina Araújo and Bidu Sayão; living singers include Eliane Coelho, Kismara Pessatti, Maria Lúcia Godoy, Sebastião Teixeira, and others.
Founded by João de Sousa Lima in 1954, OSESP alternated between periods of success and great difficulty, including a hiatus in its activities. After Italian conductor Bruno Roccela’s stay the group was under the command of Eleazar de Carvalho for 24 years, until his death in 1996. Under the direction of John Neschling from 1997 to 2008, the orchestra went through major transformations which positioned them as a reference for quality and excellence in the fields of art, culture, and education in Brazil.
On the occasion of the inaugural concerts for the newly restored Teatro Massimo in Palermo, he performed together with Gasdia, Casolla, and Peterson in Beethoven's Ninth Symphony conducted by Neschling. He sang again with Nucci in "La traviata" and the "Requiem Mass" at the III Festival d’Opera d’Avence. At the VII Classical Open Air Festival in Solothurn, he performed with Nucci both in "La bohème" and "Rigoletto". Another engagement followed at "Verona's Teatro Filarmonico" where he sang the challenging piece by Verdi - "Inno delle nazioni", conducted by Maurizio Arena.
Carneiro is a frequent guest soloist with numerous orchestras: BBC National Orchestra of Wales, London Mozart Players, Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra, Orquestra Sinfônica do Estado de São Paulo, Helsingborgs Symfoniorkester, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra, Orquesta de la Comunidad de Madrid, Bilbao Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre Régional de Basse-Normandie, Gävle Symfoniorkester and Portuguese Symphony Orchestra, to name but a few, working with conductors such as Petri Sakari, John Neschling, Ronald Zollman, Kaspar de Roo, Jurjen Hempel, Olari Elts, Andrew Parrott, Juanjo Mena, António Saiote, José Ramón Encinar, John Storgårds, Hamish McKeich, Max Rabinovitsj, Sarah Ioannides and Joseph Swensen, amongst others.
Since 2010 the OSI has performed at the Parco della Musica in Rome under Lorin Maazel, at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan with Salvatore Accardo, on tour throughout Switzerland with Vadim Repin, in the main theatres of Brazil under John Neschling and in South Korea with Vladimir Ashkenazy. For the Verdi bicentenary the orchestra gave three concerts with the conductor Nello Santi. In 2012–13 it was invited to play at the Théâtre Équilibre in Fribourg, the Tonhalle in Zürich, the Stadtcasino Musiksaal in Basel and the Zermatt Festival; at the Sala Verdi of the Conservatorio di Milano, the Teatro Fraschini in Pavia and the Teatro Ponchielli in Cremona; and at the Franziskaner Konzerthaus in Villingen-Schwenningen.