Grete Pedersen has received international acclaim for her stylistically assured and musically convincing performances. Through a great number of concerts in Norway and abroad, recordings for radio and television, and CD recordings, she has become one of the most noted and sought-after conductors in the Nordic countries.
Tonči Bilić is one of Croati’s most versatile conductors. He makes successful appearances in concert halls, conducts operas and ballets, and with diverse ensembles from Croatia and abroad, performs works ranging from the Renaissance to contemporary music. He regularly records for radio, television and film production and is the recipient of several Porin recording prizes and the Milka Trnina Award (2008). Bilić has worked with the Zbor HRT (the Croation Radio TV Choir) since 1997 and from 2005 until 2016 was its chief conductor. With the choir, he launched a new succesful concert series “Sfumato”.
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Daniel Reuss (born 1961) has been artistic director of Cappella Amsterdam since 1990. From 2003 until 2006 he was chief conductor of the RIAS Kammerchor in Berlin and between 2008 till 2013 he was the artistic director and chief conductor of the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir. Several recordings with his ensembles brought Reuss international acclaim in the form of nominations and prizes.
At the invitation of Pierre Boulez, Reuss taught and conducted at the summer 2006 Lucerne Festival Academy. He regularly participates in workshops for singers and conductors. Reuss has been invited to conduct chamber ensembles and orchestras throughout Europe. Among these may be mentioned the Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, MusikFabrik, Scharoun Ensemble and the Radio Chamber Philharmonic. More details