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Examples of "pehlivanian"
George Pehlivanian (born 20 April 1964) is a French-American conductor.
A French-American conductor, born in Beirut, Lebanon, into a musical family of Armenian origin, Pehlivanian studied violin and piano from an early age. He emigrated to Los Angeles in 1975, and worked as a violinist before studying conducting with Pierre Boulez, Lorin Maazel, and Ferdinand Leitner. Pehlivanian also attended the Accademia Musicale Chigiana in Italy.
Mr. Pehlivanian has recorded for Virgin Classics/EMI, CHANDOS, Studios SM, BMG and recent release of an exciting CD on music of Christian Jost for Coviello.
He has also performed with major leading orchestras under conductors as Pavel Belaff, James Conlon, Will Humburg, Dmitri Jurowski, Alain Lombard, Othmar Maga, Anton Nanut, Tomas Netopil, George Pehlivanian, Jurai Valchua, Jonathan Webb.
In June 2014, Pehlivanian was bestowed with the 'Golden Medal' from the Ministry of Culture of Armenia, the highest possible honor given to an Artist by the Armenian government. From 2012, Pehlivanian has accepted to become Professor of Orchestral Conducting at the Conservatoire National Superieur de Music et Danse de Paris, and was bestowed with the title of Honorary Director and Consultant of Music Education of the Communidad de Madrid. In 2010, he became Artistic Director and Founder of the Touquet International Music Masters Festival in Le Touquet, France, very successful and developing rapidly as one of the world's top festivals for young artists today.
Mr. Pehlivanian has conducted in many important Festivals including the closing concert of the White Nights Festival in St. Petersburg, Aix en Provence, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Ravenna, Ravello, Aspen, Ljubljana, Jeuness Musicale Vienna, Parma Verdi, Grenada, San Sebastien, Santander, El Escorial, Mito Milan, Lugano, Cannes MIDEM, Osaka, and many others...
Compositions of Jani Golob are performed by all of the most important Slovene ensembles and orchestras and also different important European artists such as: Slovakian State Philharmony Košice, Berlin Symphony Orchestra with their conductors George Pehlivanian, En Shao, David de Villiers, Carl Davis etc.
In classical music, many Armenian singers have gained worldwide recognition: sopranos Gohar Gasparyan, Sona Ghazarian, Arpine Pehlivanian, Lucine Amara, Cathy Berberian and, more recently, Isabel Bayrakdarian and Anna Kasyan, tenors Tigran Levonyan, Gegham Grigoryan, and Vahan Mirakyan; basses Ara Berberian, and Henrik Alaverdian, as well as the bass-baritone Barsegh Toumanian.
Some of his scores were published in Paris in 1947 and his manuscripts are reposited in the Charents Museum of Literature and Arts in Armenia. A CD of Alemshah's complete solo songs, performed by Elisabeth Pehlivanian, and some of his choral works rendered by Komitas Chamber Choir have been released.
In August 2007, her orchestral composition "Genesis" was performed at the festival of Young Euro Classic in Berlin with the Music Academy Orchestra Ljubljana with conductor George Pehlivanian and soloists Jože Kotar (Cl.) and Borut Zagoranski (Acc.). In the same year she also presented her piece for choir "Libera me" at the Music Biennale Zagreb in Croatia.
His works have been conducted by the prestigious orchestral conductors as Victor Pablo, Juanjo Mena, J.R. encinar, J. amigo, A. Albiach, J. Cerveró and G. Pehlivanian. His compositions have released orchestras as that of Radio Spanish Television, the Symphonic Orchestra of Basque Country, the Symphonic Orchestra of Galicia or the Symphonic Orchestra of Seville.
In 1992 Martínez-Castignani made his opera debut as Ottone in "L’Incoronazione di Poppea". He has performed in Madrid, Barcelona, Israel, Budapest, Karlsruhe, Oviedo’s Opera (Spain), Villamarta, Córdoba (Argentina), Malaga, Galicia (Spain), and at the International Festivals of Perelada and Granada, under conductors including George Pehlivanian, Alberto Zedda, Sebastian Weigle, Josep Pons, Josep R. Encinar and Álvaro Albiach.
Amarilli Nizza worked with conductors such as: Maurizio Rinaldi,Daniel Oren,Eve Queler,Bruno Bartoletti, Alain Lombard,Philippe Auguin,Markus Letonja, Patrick Fourniller,Renato Palumbo,Maurizio Arena,Maurizio Benini, Gianluigi Gelmetti, Alain Guingal, Donato Renzetti, Giuliano Carella,Gunter Nehueld, Piegiorgio Morandi, Massimo de Bernart, Stefano Ranzani, Kery-Linn Wilson, Steven Mercurio, Nikša Bareza, Ralph Weikart, Yoram David, Massimiliano Stefanelli, Viekoslav Sutey, Romano Gandolfi, George Pehlivanian, Paolo Carignani,Julian Kovachev,Carlo Palleschi,Roberto Rizzi-Brignoli,Paolo Arrivabeni, Fabrizio Maria Carminati, Antonino Fogliani.
He has performed as a soloist with many orchestras, including the Mozarteum Orchester Salzburg, Filarmonica della Scala, Orquesta de la Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, London Chamber Pleyers, YOA Orchestra of the Americas, Orquestra do Norte of Portugal, Orquesta Sinfónica de la Ciudad de Oviedo, Orquesta Filarmónica de Buenos Aires, Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Argentina, and the Orquestra Metropolitana de Lisboa. He has been under the baton of maestros such as Charles Dutoit, Antonio Pappano, Benjamin Zander, Christopher Wilkins, George Pehlivanian, Anton Nanut, Martin Sieghart, Arthur Fagen, Terje Mikkelsen, and David Murphy.
The orchestra employed a number of "permanent conductors" ("stalni dirigenti") from its 1948 re-inception, including Jakov Cipci (1948–1955), Samo Hubad (1948–1966), Bogo Leskovic (1951–1958), and Lovro von Matačić (1955–1956). Oskar Danon was the first conductor to have the title of principal conductor of the orchestra, from 1970 to 1974. The first non-Slovenian principal conductor of the orchestra was George Pehlivanian, from 2005 to 2008. From 2013 to 2015, the principal conductor of the orchestra was Canadian-born Keri-Lynn Wilson, the first female principal conductor in the orchestra's history.
The winners have been invited to play with orchestral backing in the Sorbonne in Paris, under the baton of Georges Prêtre and the American conductor George Pehlivanian and, more recently, with the Symphony Orchestra of the Republican Guard of Paris directed by François Boulanger and the orchestra of the Paris Conservatorium of Music conducted by Pierre-Michel Durand. Many award winners have been invited to play at the "Les Amateurs Virtuoses!" festival, one of the most significant festivals for amateur pianists held all over the world.
On the "Le mot de passe" tour Kaas was accompanied at some concerts in Germany and Switzerland by the "Hannover Pops Orchestra" of Norddeutscher Rundfunk under the conductor's baton of George Pehlivanian. With this ensemble she was the star guest at, among others, the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival of 1999. The concert of 24 July 1999 at the Guildhall Market of Hamburg was broadcast live on the German-French television station Arte. The orchestra can be heard on the 2000 live album "Ce sera nous", but is nowhere to be seen on the live DVD.
He began his musical career as a child prodigy. At 13, he performed as a soloist with the Slovak Philharmonic, the Janacek Philharmonic Orchestra and the Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic under the baton of Jakub Hrůša. Beginning in 2009 he studied conducting at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague with Leos Swarowsky. During his studies, he participated in master classes at the Accademia Musicale Chigiana with Gianluigi Gelmetti as well as in Valencia with George Pehlivanian. He has conducted many major symphony orchestras in Europe and achieved excellent reviews. He was assistant to Oliver von Dohnányi.
Mr. Pehlivanian is at home in the operatic world as in the symphonic. His operatic debut began in Los Angeles conducting "Carmen" with the Long Beach opera, and immediately was invited by Valery Gergiev to conduct "La Traviata" at the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersbourg, where he remained as one of Gergiev's first assistants in the early 1990s. Amongst his numerous notable opera productions include the Netherlands premier of "Riders to the Sea" of Vaughan Williams, Poulenc's "La Voix Humaine" at the Cite de la Musique in Paris, "Tosca" with the Theatre de Bordeaux, his Italian Lyrical Debut with "Otello" in the beautiful San Carlo Opera of Napoli, which led to numerous productions including "Cavalleria Rusticana", "Gianni Schicchi" and "La Damnation de Faust", "Pique Dame" and "Andrea Chenier" with the Cagliari Opera House in Sardenia, "La Damnation de Faust" in the Teatro Regio di Parma for the Verdi Festival, continuous numerous productions with the New Israeli Opera House including, "Barbiere di Siviglia", "Ernani" and "Jenufa", the World Premiere of " Le Jour des Meurtres de Hamlet" by Pierre Thilloy and recently a new production of "Boris Godunov" at Teatro di Massimo di Palermo. Mto. Pehlivanian also gave the Opera Premiere of a new production, "Sette Storie per Lasciare il Mondo", composed by Marco Betta and directed by Roberto Ando, at the Teatro Massimo de Palermo, with great critical acclaim.
George Pehlivanian has conducted many of the world's most famous orchestras, such as the London Philharmonic Orchestra, London Philharmonia, Orchestra della Scala, the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, the NDR Hamburg Symphony, Orchestra dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, the Israel Philharmonic, the Czech Philharmonic, Teatro Massimo di Palermo, Orchestra di Teatro San Carlo, Naples, Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra Sinfonica Siciliana, l'Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, Spanish National Orchestra, the Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC Philharmonic, Qatar Philharmonic, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande. In North America, Mr. Pehlivanian has conducted all the major Canadian orchestras, Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Houston, Toronto, Vancouver, Rochester, Buffalo, St. Paul Chamber Orchestras, amongst others. In Russia, the Mariinsky Theatre, Russian National Orchestra, Moscow Philharmonic, Moscow Radio and Television Orchestras. and collaborated with world class soloists such as Leonidas Kavakos, Vadim Repin, Joshua Bell, Janine Jansen, Gidon Kremer, Gil Shaham, Sarah Chang, Jean Yves Thibaudet, Emanuel Ax, Arcadi Volodos, Andre Watts, Mischa Maisky, Lynn Harell, Maurice Andre, Hakan Hardenberger, Evelyn Glennie, Ferrucio Furlanetto, Mirella Freni, Ruggero Raimondi, Leo Nucci, Dmitry Hrovstovsky, Leona Mitchel, Denyce Graves, Mariana Lipovsek, Bernarda Fink, Vladimir Galuzin and many others.