November and December will see Jun Märkl undertake a busy schedule of conducting concerts across the world.
On 1, 2 and 3 November, Märkl conducted the Nashville Symphony Orchestra in a programme of Messiaen, Berlioz and Korngold with soloist Stefan Jackiw on the violin at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Nashville.
On 9, 10 and 11 November, Märkl will take the baton to conduct the St Louis Symphony at the Powell Hall in a performance of Mozart’s Requiem featuring mezzo-soprano Kai Rüütel, as well as works by Schoenberg and Haydn.
Märkl will then travel to Europe to conduct the Hamburgische Staatsorchester on 18-19 November in a programme of Dvorak, Debussy and Ravel; the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra on 23 November in a programme of Debussy and Tchaikovsky; the Residentieorkest in The Hague and Antwerp on 30 November and 2-3 December in a programme of Dvorak and Prokofiev; and finally the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra in a performance of Berlioz’s L’Enfance du Christ on 12-13 December.
Between Antwerp and Bergen, Märkl will also be returning to the US to conduct the Utah Symphony on 7-8 December in a programme of Debussy and Ravel with soloist Pascal Rogé on the piano.