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Thursday, April 10, 2014

Sinfonia Toronto's Maestro to conduct in Italy

Sinfonia Toronto Music Director Nurhan Arman will be touring in Italy later this month with the Orchestra Sinfonica di San Remo

On April 29 Maestro Arman will conduct the Orchestra Sinfonica di San Remo at Europe's oldest university, the University of Pavia. Maestro Arman has appeared at this university's concert series and festivals on many previous occasions. On April 30, the orchestra will travel back to San Remo to perform at its home, in the historic Teatro dell' Opera del Casinò. Both concerts are all-orchestral programs featuring Beethoven's Symphony No. 2 and Mendelssohn's Symphony No. 5 (Reformation).

Nurhan Arman has conducted throughout Europe, Asia, South America, Canada and the United States. Among the many orchestras Maestro Arman has conducted are the Moscow Philharmonic, Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma, Deutsches Kammerorchester Frankfurt, Filarmonica Italiana, St. Petersburg State Hermitage Orchestra, Orchestre Regional d’Ile de France, Hungarian Symphony, Milano Classica and Belgrade Philharmonic. He is a particularly popular guest conductor in Italy where he has conducted many orchestras. This tour will mark Maestro Arman's 16th tour to Italy.

Earlier this season he conducted the Nordhaazer State Orchestra in Germany, Poland’s famed Leopoldinum Chamber Orchestra and the Filarmonica Brasov of Romania. Later in the summer he will return to Italy to lead the Orchestra Sinfonia di Grosseto in concerts at the Tuscany Festival.

Nurhan Arman's next Toronto performance will be Sinfonia Toronto's season finale. On May 9, he will conduct the orchestra's Russian Serenade concert featuring the great Russian pianist Alexander Ghindin.

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