Daniel Bortholossi is one of the most promising Brazilian conductors of his generation. The season 2010-2011 marks his fourth season as principal conductor of the Blumenau Chamber Orchestra and the ninth season as Music Director of the Philharmonic of scar in his home country he was guest conductor with most symphonic ensembles in Brazil.
As a guest conductor with the most symphonic ensembles in Brazil and in orchestras in Argentina, Portugal, Italy, Bulgaria, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Romania, Russia joined and the Ukraine.
Born in Brazil, he holds a master's degree in the early Brazilian music in the São Paulo University (USP) and studied conducting with Roberto Duarte (Brazil), Jorma Panula (Sibelius Academy, Finland), Rossen Milanov (Philadelphia Orchestra) and Vassily Sinaisky, chief guest conductor of the BBC Philharmonic.

 

In 2008, Daniel Bortholossi was in the Ukraine and the United Kingdom, the implementation of Karkhov Philharmonic and the city of Southampton Orchestra. In the UK, Daniel spoke about his work in the Brazilian music at Oxford University, commencement of cooperation with the Institution


In year 2009 was the first Latin American conductor with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in Oman Sultanate of Oman work Maestro Bortholossi. In 2010, he returned in the Sultanate for three more concerts, including private for his Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin said to honor Carl XIV Gustav, King von Sweden and former British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
Still in 2010, he became Music Director of the New Orleans Brazilian festival in the United States, and made his debut with the Belgrade Philharmonic in Belgrade, Serbien.

He conducted and played the Prime Minister of the Brazilian contemporary opera "Sarapalha" by Harry Crowl and recorded in 2011 "El Retablo del Maese Pedro" by Manuel de Falla and "Finismundo", again by the Brazilian composer Harry Crowl.

Beside of this regular season with the Blumenau Chamber Orchestra and the Philharmonic of SCAR, his future engagements include concerts in Great Britain, the United States, Germany, Romania, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Portugal, Italy, and Russia.

 


Daniel Bortholossi is one of the most promising Brazilian conductors of his generation. The season 2010-2011 marks his fourth season as principal conductor of the Blumenau Chamber Orchestra and the ninth season as Music Director of the Philharmonic of scar in his home country he was guest conductor with most symphonic ensembles in Brazil.
As a guest conductor with the most symphonic ensembles in Brazil and in orchestras in Argentina, Portugal, Italy, Bulgaria, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Romania, Russia joined and the Ukraine.
Born in Brazil, he holds a master's degree in the early Brazilian music in the São Paulo University (USP) and studied conducting with Roberto Duarte (Brazil), Jorma Panula (Sibelius Academy, Finland), Rossen Milanov (Philadelphia Orchestra) and Vassily Sinaisky, chief guest conductor of the BBC Philharmonic.

 

In 2008, Daniel Bortholossi was in the Ukraine and the United Kingdom, the implementation of Karkhov Philharmonic and the city of Southampton Orchestra. In the UK, Daniel spoke about his work in the Brazilian music at Oxford University, commencement of cooperation with the Institution


In year 2009 was the first Latin American conductor with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in Oman Sultanate of Oman work Maestro Bortholossi. In 2010, he returned in the Sultanate for three more concerts, including private for his Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin said to honor Carl XIV Gustav, King von Sweden and former British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
Still in 2010, he became Music Director of the New Orleans Brazilian festival in the United States, and made his debut with the Belgrade Philharmonic in Belgrade, Serbien.

He conducted and played the Prime Minister of the Brazilian contemporary opera "Sarapalha" by Harry Crowl and recorded in 2011 "El Retablo del Maese Pedro" by Manuel de Falla and "Finismundo", again by the Brazilian composer Harry Crowl.

Beside of this regular season with the Blumenau Chamber Orchestra and the Philharmonic of SCAR, his future engagements include concerts in Great Britain, the United States, Germany, Romania, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Portugal, Italy, and Russia.

 

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