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Internationally acclaimed conductor Gustavo Dudamel continues to share his magnetic enthusiasm for music with audiences of all ages around the world. As he begins his twelfth year as Music Director of the SimÃ³n BolÃvar Youth Orchestra, in fall 2010, he enters his second season as Music Director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and his fourth season with the Gothenburg Symphony. Armed with unparalleled passion, energy and artistic excellence, Dudamel is dedicated to leading these orchestras, as well as to increasing his commitment to opera.
Coming from a background where being involved in music from a young age was a life changing experience, Gustavo Dudamel is devoted to investing in classical music as an engine of social change.
The message of his ongoing work in Venezuela through El Sistema, which influences hundreds of thousands of children each year, is being carried now into the United States through Youth Orchestra Los Angeles (YOLA).
This program for children targets underserved Los Angeles communities and continues to grow and expand under Dudamelâs leadership and that of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. He is also involved in advising on pilot programs in Gothenburg, Sweden and Raploch, Scotland.
Following a summer 2010 concert performance of Bizetâs Carmen with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl and semi-staged performances of Verdiâs La Traviata with the SBYO in Caracas, Gustavo Dudamel began his 2010-11 season in Gothenburg.
A return Vienna Philharmonic engagement with a European tour culminated at New Yorkâs Carnegie Hall on October 2 and 3. Dudamelâs Los Angeles Philharmonic season began on October 7 with an Opening Night Gala Concert featuring guest artist Juan Diego FlÃ³rez, and is being telecast by PBS with international distribution.
Dudamel then goes on to La Scala in October and November where he conducts nine staged performances of Bizetâs Carmen. An operatically themed series of Berlin Philharmonic concerts with soloist Elina Garanča culminates in a nationally televised New Yearâs concert to end 2010.
In January/February 2011, Dudamel leads the LA Phil on his first international tour as their Music Director with concerts in Lisbon, Madrid, Cologne, London, Paris, Budapest and Vienna, with repertoire including Slonimskyâs Earbox by John Adams, Bernsteinâs Symphony No. 1 Jeremiah, Beethovenâs Symphony No. 7 and Mahlerâs Symphony No. 9.
Other Dudamel conducting highlights of the LA Philâs season include the âBrahms Unboundâ Festival, a series of seven concerts pairing Brahmsâs complete symphonic pieces with premieres and newly commisioned works, in addition to concerts with repertoire ranging from Messiaenâs TurangalÃ®la Symphony to works by composers such as Bruckner, GÃ³recki, Gubaidulina, Lieberson, Mackey, Schumann, Shostakovich, Takemitsu and Weber. With the Gothenburg Symphony, highlights include a national tour of Sweden during April 2011, along with numerous Gothenburg performances with repertoire focused on Mahler, Brahms and DvořÃ¡k.
Also in April, Dudamel returns to the Berlin Philharmonic for two weeks of appearances which include concerts in Berlin and at the Salzburg Easter Festival. Gustavo Dudamel continues to lead the SimÃ³n BolÃvar Youth Orchestra this season for concerts and recordings in Caracas, Venezuela, as well as for an extensive South American tour to SÃ£o Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires and Mexico City.
Gustavo Dudamel has been an exclusive Deutsche Grammophon artist since 2005. His debut recording, Beethoven Nos. 5&7 with the SimÃ³n BolÃvar Youth Orchestra released in 2006, received the 2007 Echo Award (Germany) for âNew Artist of the Year.â Subsequent recordings with the SimÃ³n BolÃvar Youth Orchestra include Mahler No. 5, FIESTA (primarily Latin American works) and Tchaikovskyâs Symphony No. 5 and Francesca da Rimini.
Dudamel and the SBYOâs latest recording, Rite, featuring Revueltasâs La noche de los Mayas and Stravinskyâs Le Sacre du Printemps, was released in June 2010. DVDs include Dudamelâs Inaugural Concert as Music Director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, recorded October 8, 2009; Birthday Concert for Pope Benedict XVI; and Live from Salzburg, featuring performances of Mussorgsky/Ravelâs Pictures at an Exhibition and Beethovenâs Triple Concerto with Martha Argerich, Renaud and Gautier CapuÃ§on, and the SBYO. On the iTunes front, Deutsche Grammophon has released Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonicâs Inaugural Concert performances of both John Adamsâs City Noir and Mahlerâs Symphony No. 1, as well as Berliozâs Symphonie Fantastique and BartÃ³kâs Concerto for Orchestra.
Brought to international attention by triumphing in the inaugural Bamberger Symphoniker Gustav Mahler Conducting Competition in May 2004, Gustavo Dudamel was born in 1981 in Barquisimeto, Venezuela, where he studied violin at the Jacinto Lara Conservatory with JosÃ© Luis JimÃ©nez and later, with JosÃ© Francisco del Castillo, at the Latin American Academy of Violin.
In 1996, he began his conducting studies with Rodolfo Saglimbeni and that same year was named Music Director of the Amadeus Chamber Orchestra. In 1999, along with assuming the Music Director position of the SimÃ³n BolÃvar Youth Orchestra, he began conducting studies with JosÃ© Antonio Abreu, the Orchestraâs founder.
In May 2007, Dudamel was awarded the Premio de la Latindad, an honor given for outstanding contributions to Latin cultural life. In 2008, the SimÃ³n BolÃvar Youth Orchestra was granted Spainâs prestigious annual Prince of Asturias Award for the Arts, and in 2007, Dudamel received the Royal Philharmonic Society Music Award for Young Artists. Along with his mentor Dr. Abreu, he was granted the 2008 âQ Prizeâ from Harvard University for extraordinary service to children.
In June 2009, he received an honorary doctorate from the Universidad Centro-Occidental Lisandro Alvarado in his hometown of Barquisimeto, Venezuela. Dudamel was awarded the Chevalier dans lâOrdre des Arts et des Lettres in Paris in 2009, and is the recipient of the 2010 Eugene McDermott Award in the Arts at MIT, which recognizes rising, innovative talents. Gustavo Dudamel was named one of the 100 most influential people of 2009 by TIME magazine and has been featured three times on CBSâs 60 Minutes.
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