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David Porcelijn (born 7 January 1947 in Achtkarspelen) is a Dutch composer and conductor.
David Porcelijn has been professor in conducting at the Utrecht-Amsterdam and at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
He studied percussion and orchestra conducting at the Rotterdam Conservatory under Edo de Waart and David Porcelijn.
Dene Olding is regularly heard as soloist with all the major Australian orchestras and has worked with conductors such as Edo de Waart, Stanisław Skrowaczewski, Stuart Challender, Sir Charles Mackerras, Jorge Mester, Günther Herbig, Werner Andreas Albert and David Porcelijn.
Recently, interest in van Gilse has increased, helped by the publication of his autobiography (edited by Hans van Dijk) and a biography. The German label CPO has recorded his four completed symphonies, with plans under way to record the opera "Thijl" in the near future, all under the direction of conductor David Porcelijn.
In 1996, Australian composer Peter Sculthorpe wrote "Port Arthur, In memoriam: for chamber orchestra", "...for the victims of the massacre at Port Arthur, April 28, 1996, for those who died, and for those who live with the memory of it." The work was first performed 24 June 1996, at Government House, Hobart, Tasmania, by the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra conducted by David Porcelijn.
From 1973 to 1998 its home was the ABC Odeon, a renovated former cinema built in 1916 as a replica of New York's Strand Theater. It has now moved to the Federation Concert Hall. In 1998, a 50th anniversary concert was held in the original venue, the Town Hall, under its then chief conductor David Porcelijn.
Notable conductors appearing with the company during this period included Harry Bicket, Ivor Bolton, Oliver von Dohnányi, Claire Gibault, Roy Goodman, Alan Hacker, Richard Hickox, Diego Masson, Andrew Parrott, David Porcelijn, Carlo Rizzi and Antoni Ros-Marbà. Directors included Tim Albery, Annabel Arden, Tom Cairns, Martin Duncan, Caroline Gawn, Dalia Ibelhauptaitė, Helena Kaut-Howson, Jeremy Sams, Matthew Warchus and Deborah Warner.
Eleonore Pameijer has performed as soloist with many orchestras and ensembles led by conductors such as David Porcelijn, Arthuro Tamayo, Richard Dufallo, Ton Koopman, Oliver Knussen, Jaap van Zweden, Kenneth Montgomery, Ingo Metzmacher, Peter Eötvös, Philippe Entremont and Alexander Vedernikov. She further gave many recitals with chamber music featuring composers such as Bach, Telemann, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Steven Mackey and Isang Yun.
She has worked with the conductors Jüri Alperten, Daniel Hoyem Cavazza, José Cura, Olari Elts, Mihhail Gerts, Boudewijn Jansen, Risto Joost, Neeme Järvi, Paavo Järvi, Tõnu Kaljuste, Jüri Ruut Kangur, Toomas Kapten, Eri Klas, Mihkel Kütson, Paul Mägi, Premil Petrovic, David Porcelijn, Daniel Reuss, Gintaras Rinkevičius, Kaisa Roose, Vello Pähn, Lauri Sirp, Bojan Sudjic, Arvo Volmer
The final took place on 6 February at the Amerikaans Theater in Brussels. Eight acts were involved, as Marah and Mary Porcelijn had qualified with three songs each. Voting was by an "expert" jury of 12 members, each nominating their favourite song. This turned out to be something of a non-event, as in the end only three songs received any votes at all. "Goeiemorgen, morgen" was the choice of eight of the jury members.
Jeff Hamburg (born 1956) is an American composer. Born in Philadelphia, he studied acoustics and composition at the University of Illinois and moved to the Netherlands in 1978 to continue his studies at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague with Louis Andriessen. In 1986, he received the Conservatory Prize. He further studied French Horn at the Royal Conservatory and later conducted classes with David Porcelijn at the Conservatory of Utrecht.
Sparnaay has been a featured performer with many major orchestras and ensembles including the ASKO Ensemble, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, Concertgebouw Orchestra, Ensemble Intercontemporain, Melbourne Symphony, Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble, Netherlands Radio Chamber Philharmonic, Radio Filharmonisch Orkest, Residentie Orchestra, Rotterdam Philharmonic, Schönberg Ensemble, Seymour Group and has appeared with leading conductors including Luciano Berio, Riccardo Chally, Richard Duffalo, Peter Eötvös, Reinbert de Leeuw, Diego Masson, Jacques Mercier, David Porcelijn, David Stock, Mark Summerbell, Lucas Vis and Hans Vonk.
Murphy received his early, music tutition as a music scholar at the Scots College in Sydney. He completed his undergraduate studies in the areas of music performance, musicology and fine arts at the University of Sydney in 1996. He studied the viola with Russian-Australian Leonid Volovelsky and early music performance with Hans-Dieter Michatz and Geoffrey Lancaster. He taught at The University of Newcastle Conservatorium of Music, and played in the Sydney Symphony Orchestra under conductors David Porcelijn and Hans Vonk.
He was the director of both the Music Academy of Utrecht and the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, and was also on the faculty of the Rotterdam Conservatoire and Enschede Music Academy. For 22 years he presented the program Musica Nova on Radio 4, the Dutch classical radio station, for broadcasting organization NOS. He was the musical director of and a pianist in Ensemble M (1974–1978), which Hartsuiker had founded with conductor David Porcelijn.
David Porcelijn studied flute, composition and conducting at the Royal Conservatoire of Music in The Hague. He also studied the baroque flute, specialising in authentic performance practice of the baroque and classical periods, which has informed his interpretations as a conductor in that repertoire ever since. He won a scholarship to study conducting and composition in Geneva. He has appeared with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, London Sinfonietta, the BBC Symphony Orchestra, the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden Baden und Freiburg, Orquesta Filharmónica de Gran Canaria, NDR Radiophilharmonie Hannover and Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, amongst many others. In 2004 he made his debut with the Philharmonia Orchestra in their series “Music of Today”, and also took the orchestra on tour.
His compositions have been premiered at festivals throughout the world, such as the Cervantino, Nordic Music Days, , Gulbenkian Festival, Ultima Oslo Contemporary Music Festival, ENSEMS, Iceland Arts Festival and Dark Music Days. His orchestral pieces have been performed by symphony orchestras in Denmark (Royal Danish Orchestra, Odense Symphony Orchestra, Aarhus Symphony Orchestra, Aalborg Symphony Orchestra), the US (NYU Symphony Orchestra), Poland (Filarmónica Pomorska), Australia (Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra), Asia (Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra) and Latin America (Orquesta Sinfónica de la Universidad de Guanajuato, Orquesta Filarmónica del Estado de Querétaro, Orquesta Sinfónica de Matanzas, Orquesta de Camara de Chile), with conductors such as David Porcelijn, Sergio Cardenas, , Maximiano Valdes, , Tamás Vető, Thomas Dausgaard, Jan Wagner, and Tsung Yeh. Soloists such as Andras Adorjan, Isabelle Faust, Edgar Guggeis, Lionel Party, Jean-Michel Pilc, Esther Lamneck and Sofia Asunción Claro have performed his works, as have the Icelandic ensemble CAPUT, who commissioned him to write pieces on several occasions.
Kulenty’s compositions have been premiered at festivals throughout the world, such as the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, Munich Biennale, Warsaw Autumn, and Musica Polonica Nova. Her numerous orchestral pieces have been performed by symphony orchestras in the Netherlands (Radio Filharmonisch Orkest), Denmark (Danish National Symphony Orchestra), Poland, and Germany (Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin), with conductors such as David Porcelijn, Antoni Wit, Peter Hirsch, Peter Eötvös, Ingo Metzmacher, Renato Rivolta, and Ronald Zollman. Soloists such as Isabelle van Keulen, Elisabeth Chojnacka, Krzysztof Bąkowski, Marco Blaauw, and Frank Peters have performed her work, as have the Dutch ensemble De Ereprijs, who commissioned her to write pieces on several occasions. In 2008 the Kronos Quartet performed her String Quartet No. 4. Since the success of her opera "The Mother of Black-Winged Dreams" at the Munich Biennale 1996 she is considered "one of the leading figures on the Polish composers’ scene".
González-Castelao studied both Orchestral and Choral Conducting at Indiana University (Bloomington) and the Sweelinck Conservatorium (Amsterdam), under Daniel Reuss, David Porcelijn, Péter Eötvös and Roland Kieft, Thomas Baldner, Betsy Burleigh and Thomas Dunn. He was awarded scholarships by the Institución Príncipe de Viana (Navarra) and the Principado de Asturias (Oviedo) in order to carry out these studies abroad, after finishing his Honours bachelor's degree in Violin Performance at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Oviedo (Spain) and his Bachelor's plus master's degree in Geography, History, Art and Musicology at the University of Oviedo. He continued his education attending numerous workshops and courses such as the Tanglewood Music Center (2000) and the Kurt Thomas Cursus (Utrecht), which brought him in contact with teachers such as Paul Van Nevel, Robert Spano, Seiji Ozawa, Julian Reynolds, Ford Lallerstedt and Jos van Veldhoven.
The orchestra reformed in 1949 as the 55-member South Australian Symphony Orchestra, with Henry Krips as its resident conductor. The orchestra reverted to its original title, the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, in late 1975, and currently comprises 74 permanent members. Chief conductors of the orchestra have included Elyakum Shapirra, Piero Gamba, Albert Rosen, Nicholas Braithwaite, and David Porcelijn. The ASO's most recent chief conductor was Arvo Volmer, who held the post from 2004 to 2013. He is currently the ASO's principal guest conductor and artistic advisor. In 2007, the orchestra partnered with Hilltop Hoods to prepare a re-orchestrated release of their album "The Hard Road", titled "". In 2015 the Hilltop Hoods collaborated for a second time with the 32-piece Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and the 20-piece Adelaide Chamber Singers Choir for their next re-orchestrated album titled "Drinking from the Sun, Walking Under Stars Restrung".