Omer Meir Wellber just returned from Pittsburgh where he made his US debut with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Mark Kanny writes about his performance:
“The Israeli conductor fully embraced the expressive extremes of Tchaikovsky’s music and brought the score’s colors boldly to life. […] Wellber led an excitable performance, a depressive-manic performance.”
On 18 and 19 October, Wellber returns to the Orchestra dell’Arena di Verona for two symphonic concerts. At the Teatro Filarmonico he conducts Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3, Schnittke’s “Moz-Art à la Haydn” and Mozart’s Bassoon Concerto KV 191 with Paolo Guelfi as the soloist. Please click here for further information.