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Two debuts for Jordan de Souza

5 October 2022

Following on from his success with Der Rosenkavalier at Garsington Opera last year, Jordan takes another step into major German opera repertoire conducting his first Tristan und Isolde at Seattle Opera.   Not only is this his debut conducting Wagner’s tragic love story, but it is also his debut at Seattle Opera. Performances start on 15 October and continue until 29...

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Jordan de Souza makes Dutch National Opera debut with Carmen

13 September 2022

Starting off the new season in style, Jordan de Souza makes his debut at Dutch National Opera conducting Bizet’s Carmen in a sold-out revival of Robert Carsen’s vibrant production. This is also his Dutch debut following hot on the heels of his highly successful debut at Glyndebourne this summer. Performances continue until 22nd September

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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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Jordan de Souza joins forces again with director Barrie Kosky for La Boheme at the Komische Oper, Berlin

21 January 2019

After the triumph of Bernstein’s Candide in November, conductor Jordan de Souza joins forces again with director Barrie Kosky for his second new production this season at the Komische Oper, Berlin with Puccini La Boheme, opening on 27 January. In the Spring he will tour Australia and New Zealand with Die Zauberflöte, conducting the Auckland Philharmonic, West Australian Symphony and...

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