The Nuremberg Symphony and Alexander Shelley celebrate the new year with 4 concerts in Nuremberg and around the region.
Alexander returns to Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra this week with two virtuosic, romantic tone-poems on the programme.
In the Nuremberg Symphony’s annual “Shelley meets…” concert, the special guest this year is Alexander’s father, pianist Howard Shelley.
Two years after making his debut with the Hong Kong Philharmonic, Alexander Shelley returns to conduct a concert of popular American and Spanish-themed music.
On Thursday November 10th, Alexander Shelley will lead a live interactive video conference with Manhattan School of Music entitled “From the Conductor’s Viewpoint: orchestras and orchestral musicians” in which he will give feedback on mock auditions and share his thoughts on conducting and the profession with the students.
“Close Encounters” is the name of the concert this Monday, November 7th, led by Music Director Alexander Shelley, during which the National Arts Centre Orchestra and Ottawa Youth Orchestra will perform together side by side for the first time.