Summer 2022 News

1 July 2022

  We are delighted to announce the signing of three new artists for worldwide representation: Conductor David Bates recently made his debut at the Komische Oper Berlin, conducting a new production by Damiano Michieletto of Gluck Orfeo ed Euridice. [Bates] can also draw out real beauty from Gluck’s score even with a stylistic ‘all-rounder’ group like the Orchestra of the...

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Karen Cargill’s season highlights

22 June 2022

Karen Cargill has performed Mahler’s powerfully moving Second Symphony with orchestras throughout Europe and beyond, and on Saturday audiences in Birmingham will be able to hear her sing this remarkable work with the CBSO at the conclusion of their 21/22 season in Symphony Hall. Markus Stenz conducts, making his debut with the orchestra. Recent highlights for Karen include Mahler Symphony...

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Highly acclaimed debut for Jordan de Souza at Glyndebourne

17 June 2022

Canadian conductor Jordan de Souza made a highly successful Glyndebourne Festival debut in June conducting the London Philharmonic in a new production of La bohème directed by Floris Visser. This was Glyndebourne's first new Bohème for over 20 years. Nicholas Kenyon wrote in The Telegraph: [Puccini’s music] is driven with skill and flow by conductor Jordan de Souza with the...

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‘Hats off, a triumph’: Jordan de Souza’s debut at Garsington

9 June 2021

Jordan de Souza is currently enjoying rave reviews for his debut at Garsington Opera with the Philharmonia Orchestra in Bruno Ravello's new production of Der Rosenkavalier. The final scenes wring the heart as they should, helped by the radiant and rhythmically supple playing of the orchestra, under the hand of young Canadian conductor Jordan de Souza. He is clearly one...

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November News – MRM’s monthly round-up

30 November 2020

MRM Artists celebrated two major awards this month: Jordan de Souza has won the prestigious Virginia Parker Prize, awarded annually by the Canada Council for the Arts to a musician under the age of 32 who demonstrates ‘outstanding talent, musicianship and artistic excellence’. Previous winners of the CAD 25,000 prize include Marc-André Hamelin, Nancy Argenta and Yannick Nézet-Séguin. The RPS...

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