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The Mexico City Philharmonic undertakes its second recording in five months, this time with five works by five Mexican women composers: Andrea Chamizo, Georgina Derbez, Ana Lara, Hilda Paredes, and Marcela Rodríguez.
American composer George Crumb (1929-2022) will be the focus of an evening dedicated to his work. Scott Yoo hosts the program with performances by flutist Alice Dade, members of NEXUS Chamber Music, and members of the Grossman Ensemble.
Scott Yoo conducts Nielsen’s “Inextinguishable” Fourth Symphony. Young violinist Olga Arribas Quintana Šroubková makes her Philharmonic debut with the Mexico City Philharmonic. The concert starts with a tribute to the Philharmonic’s late concertmaster in an Elegy written by her brother.
Scott Yoo accompanies flutist Alice K. Dade in Khachaturian’s Flute Concerto in Guadalajara. Also on the program is Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony.
Philharmonic favorite Bion Tsang joins Scott Yoo and the Mexico City Philharmonic in Elgar’s noble cello concerto. The program also features Elgar’s Enigma Variations and the World Premiere of Charles Daniel’s El Beso de Tiamat.
Violinist Steve Copes, violist Caitlin Lynch, cellist Bion Tsang, and pianist Anna Polonsky join Scott Yoo in a Festival Mozaic Chamber Music Concert at the Cuesta College Performing Arts Center.
Violinist Steve Copes, violist Caitlin Lynch, cellist Bion Tsang, and pianist Anna Polonsky join Scott Yoo in a Notable Encounter of a Mozart Piano Trio and Dohnanyi’s Piano Quintet in E-flat minor. Following the presentation is a three-course dinner at Cypress Ridge.
Violinist Steve Copes, violist Caitlin Lynch and cellist Bion Tsang join Scott Yoo in a Notable Insight of Shostakovich’s tenth string quartet at Congregation Beth David.
Scott Yoo joins a jury of Tanja Dorn, Michael Fine, Sergio Tiempo, Mikhail Voskresensky, and Lilya Zilberstein in a nine-day piano competition. The Mexico City Philharmonic travels to San Antonio to accompany the three finalists in the fourth round at the Tobin Center.
Scott Yoo conducts Mahler’s Third Symphony in three performances in Mexico City. Joining him is the mezzo-soprano Carla López Speziale.
Sergei Babayan joins Scott Yoo and the Arthur Rubinstein Philharmonic in a performance of the titanic second Brahms Piano Concerto. Also on the program is the complete ballet of Daphnis and Chloe by Ravel.
Young composer Andrea Chamizo writes a new work to be premiered on this weekend of concerts with the Mexico City Philharmonic. The week concludes with Ravel’s Daphnis and Chloe.
Violist Ben Ullery, cellist Robert deMaine, and pianist Ieva Jokubaviciute join Scott Yoo in three days of performances, including the A major Brahms Piano Quartet.
Scott Yoo conducts the Mexico City Philharmonic in Bruckner’s Fourth Symphony on the 200th anniversary of his birth.
The Mexico City Philharmonic kicks off the fall with two mammoth works – Stravinsky’s Petrushka and the Organ Symphony of Camille Saint-Saëns.
Scott Yoo and Festival Mozaic artists present 15 orchestral, chamber, and instrumental recital programs in 9 days in the Central Coast of California.
Scott Yoo returns to Colorado Springs for the 40th Colorado College Summer Music Festival. He leads the orchestra at the Richard Celeste Theater in performances of Stravinsky’s Petrouchka and Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. He also performs chamber music with members of the faculty and the young fellows of the festival.
Mexico City Philharmonic Principal Violist Felisa Hernández joins Scott Yoo and the orchestra in the symphonic concerto of Berlioz, Harold in Italy. Mr. Yoo plays and conducts Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto to open the program.
Scott Yoo conducts Tchaikovsky’s Second Symphony with the Mexico City Philharmonic. Philharmonic Principal Trumpet Ignacio Cornejo Díaz and pianist Argentina Durán join in Shostakovich’s Piano Concerto No. 1. The year starts with a premiere of Marcela Rodríguez – a close collaborator with the Mexico City Philharmonic.
Scott Yoo and the Mexico City Philharmonic perform Shostakovich’s 11th Symphony in preparation for their recording for Sony Classical. Korean superstar pianist, Jae-Hyuck Cho, performs Shostakovich’s Second Piano Concerto in his debut with the orchestra.
Scott Yoo conducts Mahler’s titanic third symphony in three performances in Mexico City.
Violinist Abigel Kralik returns to Mexico City to perform Bartók’s colossal Second Violin Concerto. Scott Yoo leads Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 5.
Scott Yoo conducts Dvorak’s Seventh Symphony and is joined by Mexico City Philharmonic Principal Violist Felisa Hernandez in performances of Berlioz Harold in Italy.
Scott Yoo and Festival Mozaic artists present 15 orchestral, chamber, and instrumental recital programs in 8 days in the Central Coast of California.
Scott Yoo leads the Colorado College Summer Music Festival Orchestra at the Richard Celeste Theater in Tchaikovsky’s Second Symphony. John Novacek joins the orchestra in Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue.
Scott Yoo leads the Colorado College Summer Music Festival Orchestra at the Richard Celeste Theater in works by Beethoven and Brahms. Flutist and festival faculty member Alice Dade performs the Nielsen Flute Concerto.
Join Scott Yoo as he explores in depth the folk roots and tragedy behind Shostakovich’s monumental Symphony No. 11.
Scott Yoo welcomes soprano Sarah Traubel to the Mexico City Philharmonic in performances of Wagner’s Wesendonck Lieder, paired with Brahms’ Fourth Symphony.
The colors of early 20th century music return to the Mexico City Philharmonic. Scott Yoo conducts a Ravel program with his Spanish Rhapsody, La Valse and Bolero. Also on the program is Scriabin’s Poem of Ecstasy.
Scott Yoo conducts Nielsen’s “Inextinguishable” Fourth Symphony with the Mexico City Philharmonic.
Scott Yoo is joined by soprano Maria Katzarava and bass-baritone Carsten Wittmoser in three performances of Verdi’s Requiem. The final performance will be at the historic Zocalo in downtown Mexico City.
Scott Yoo leads the Minnesota Orchestra in performances of Bartók’s Music for Strings, Percussion, and Celesta, and Ulysses Kay’s Concerto for Orchestra. Macedonian virtuoso pianist Simon Trpčeski performs Tchaikovsky’s First Piano Concerto.
Scott Yoo leads the Mexico City Philharmonic in performances of Bruckner’s monumental Eighth Symphony in Mexico City and on tour at the Cervantino Festival.
In an all Sibelius program, Scott Yoo conducts Sibelius’s Sixth Symphony, and young Hungarian violinist Abigel Kralik performs his Violin Concerto.
Scott Yoo conducts Cesar Franck’s Symphony in D minor and Haydn’s Trumpet Concerto with the Mexico City Philharmonic.
Celebrated pianist Hélène Grimaud joins Scott Yoo and the Festival Mozaic Orchestra in Schumann’s Piano Concerto. The concert also includes Bruckner’s third symphony and a world premiere of Michael Fine’s Mozaic Celebration.
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Scott Yoo conducts Dvorak’s Seventh Symphony and hornist Michael Thornton performs Mozart’s Fourth Horn Concerto in the final performance of the 2022 Colorado College Summer Music Festival.