As an internationally renowned symphonic and operatic conductor, Gustavo Dudamel is motivated by a profound belief in music's power to unite and inspire. Currently serving as Music Director of the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela and Music & Artistic Director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the impact of his leadership extends from the greatest concert stages to classrooms, cinemas and innovative digital platforms around the world. Dudamel also appears as guest conductor with some of the world’s most famous musical institutions: in 2017/18, he tours Europe with the Berlin Philharmonic, and takes the Vienna Philharmonic on a tour of the Americas, with concerts in New York’s Carnegie Hall, Mexico City’s Bellas Artes, Bogota’s Teatro Mayor, Teatro Municipal in Santiago de Chile, as well as the famed Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires. We met the famous maestro on the occasion of a new production of Puccini's timeless opera La Bohème featuring Nicole Car and Maestro himself. In this staging, the stage director Claus Guth sets the story in a dystopian future.



EVENT: A minute with...Gustavo Dudamel

DATE:  28 Nov 2017

DURATION: 5min21sec

DIRECTOR: John Blanch 

MARKETING: Louise Houcquigny 

PRODUCTION: Dina Hasanova 
PRODUCTION: Etienne Petit





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