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Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia is a Spanish orchestra, created in 1992 and based in A Coruña, where it is the main orchestra in the city's Mozart Festival. Its conductor is Dima
The Kymi Sinfonietta’s first Artistic Director was Juha Nikkola (1999–2003). In the years 2004 to 2006 Dmitri
held the position of the Principal Guest Conductor. The most recent Artistic Director has been the Japanese conductor Yasuo Shinozaki (2007–2014).
All 4 Voices; Avanti! - trio; Circo Aereo; Pascal Contet; Laurent Cuniot; EMO; Galante; Anna-Maria Helsing; The Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra; Helsinki Concordia; Pasi Hyokki; Markus Kaarto; Sami Koskela;Tiina-Maija Koskela; Heini Karkkainen; Jussi Lehtipuu; Anna Lindal; Jan Erik Mikalsen; Ning; Jukka Nykanen;Rolf Erik Nystrom; Lea Pekkala; Pasi Pirinen; Maria Puusaari; Thomas Sandberg; Jani Siven; Jutta Sepinnen; Dmitri
; Christoffer Sundqvist; The Finnish Boys Choir; Talla; Tapiola Sinfonietta; Jani Telaranta; VOX;Tm+; Zagros.
Since then he has performed worldwide with orchestras such as the Tonhalle Orchestra, Czech Philharmonic, Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, all BBC Symphony Orchestras, Melbourne-and New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra working with conductors Sir Roger Norrington, Sir Neville Marriner, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Vladimir Fedosseyev, Andrey Boreyko, Fabien Gabel, Thomas Dausgaard, Emmanuel Krivine, Dmitri
, Lahav Shani, Thomas Hengelbrock, Leif Segerstam, Giovanni Antonini and Andrea Marcon amongst many others.
The opera was first performed at the Neues Theater in Leipzig on 18 February 1928. Weill had intended it to be a companion piece for "Der Protagonist", though it was staged at its premiere with Niccola Spinelli's "A basso porto" (1894). "Der Zar lässt sich photographieren " and "Der Protagonist" were then performed together at Altenburg on 25 March of the same year. Recent performances of the work include the Guildhall in London (Producers Stephen Medcalf and Martin Lloyd-Evans, Conductor Clive Timms, 1997) and the Stockholm Royal Opera, 2000 (Conductors Dmitri
and David Searle, Producer Knut Hendriksen).
The Kymi Sinfonietta performs regularly with Finnish and international artists such as Natalia Gutman, Michael Collins, Patrick Gallois, Monica Groop, Elina Vähälä, Kyoko Takezawa, Anthony Marwood, Pekka Kuusisto, Kari Kriikku, Olli Mustonen, and Alexei Lubimov and guest conductors such as Andres Mustonen, Andrew Lawrence-King, Nikolay Alexeyev, Hannu Lintu, Olari Elts, Dmitri
and Alexander Mickelthwate. It has also collaborated with many orchestras and choirs, among them the Orchestras of St. Petersburg Philharmonia, the State Choir Latvija and the Saint Petersburg State Academic Choir.
Jukka-Pekka Saraste served as artistic advisor to the orchestra from August 2008 to July 2011. In April 2009, the orchestra announced the appointment of Okko Kamu as its next chief conductor, as of the autumn of 2011, after the conclusion of Saraste's tenure as artistic advisor. Kamu's initial contract was through the spring of 2014. In November 2012, the orchestra announced the extension of Kamu's contract through the end of July 2016, at which time Kamu concluded his tenure as principal conductor. In August 2015, the orchestra announced the appointment of Dima
as its next principal conductor, effective in the autumn of 2016, with an initial contract of 3 seasons.
As a pedagogue, Panula has been a teacher and mentor to many Finnish conductors, such as Esa-Pekka Salonen, Mikko Franck, Sakari Oramo, Jukka-Pekka Saraste, and Osmo Vänskä. Other conducting students have included Ari Rasilainen, John Storgårds, Hannu Lintu, Eeva Ollikainen, Susanna Mälkki, Tuomas Ollila (Hannikainen), Pietari Inkinen, Olari Elts, Stefan Solyom, Rolf Gupta, Jani Telaranta, Maria Badstue, Tuomas Rousi, Jan Söderblom, Kari Tikka, Atso Almila, Markus Lehtinen, Jukka Iisakkila, Juha Nikkola, Petri Sakari, Dmitri
, Tibor Bogányi, Ricardo Chiavetta, Sasha Mäkilä, Esa Heikkilä. He has since taught conducting courses all over the world, such as in Paris, London, Amsterdam, Moscow, New York, Tanglewood, Aspen, Ottawa and Sydney. He has limited his podium appearances greatly during the past ten years. Panula was listed as one of the "60 most powerful people in music" featured in the November 2000 issue of "BBC Music Magazine". Panula was awarded the Rolf Schock Prize in 1997.
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