He was artistic director of the International Winter Festival of Campos do Jordao for six years. already ruled over eighty orchestras on four continents. Among these are the New York Philharmonic, Los Angeles and Israel; orchestras of Philadelphia, Cleveland and Minnesota; symphony of San Francisco, St. Louis, Atlanta, Baltimore, Montreal, Toronto and Ottawa, among others. In Europe, he conducted the symphony BBC London, BBC Scottish and BBC Cardiff, the London Philharmonic, Royal Liverpool, Oslo, Hallé, Rotterdam, Bergen, Helsinki and Radios Dutch and Irish national, the national orchestras of France Lyon, Belgium, Lille, Royal Scottish National Symphony and Barcelona. Attended a successful tour with the London Philharmonic and conducted in the United States the latest productions of The Seven Deadly Sins and The Lindbergh Flight of the Opera de Lyon in France and the Edinburgh International Festival. In Asia, he conducted the Tokyo Philharmonic in 2009 in an unprecedented program in the world, which included the complete cycle of Bachianas Brasileiras a single program and the Yomiuri Symphony in 2010. Last season, debuted opposite the Bilbao Orchestra, symphony of Birmingham, Bournemouth and Odense, besides returning to Dallas symphony, Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, BBC Cardiff and Belgian National. In 2012 he returned to govern the symphony of Atlanta, Cardiff and BBC National Ireland and will make its debut at the opening of the Chautauqua Festival. premiered in the United States conducting the New York Philharmonic in 1998 and in 2002 was invited to take rank of associate conductor, a post last held by Leonard Bernstein. Among the awards he received in recent years are the Martin Segall, the Latin Grammy for Best Classical Album with CD Symphonic Jobim, a project conceived by Paulo Jobim and Mario Adnet, the Emmy Award Carlos Gomes, the APCA as Best Conductor and TIM Award, the latter in 2006. In 2010, he received the Order of Ipiranga State Government of São Paulo. It was portrayed in the short film Introitus produced by Amythos Films and aired on Bravo in Canada. With the London Philharmonic, recorded for Naxos works by Ravel, Piazzolla, Martin and Tomasi, with the Orchestra, the BIS label, seven CDs including the integral of Bachianas Brasileiras , Brazilian Dances and Beethoven. The recordings of the Bachianas were considered by Gramophone magazine in its February 2012 edition as the best performed to date. He also recorded four CDs with the Academic Orchestra of the International Winter Festival of Campos do Jordao, with works by Dvorak, Mussorgsky, Tchaikovsky, among others. With the Brazilian Symphony Orchestra, recorded a CD with works of Father José Maurício Nunes Garcia, the label Fine Biscuit. With the Calgary Philharmonic launched the first CD cycle of Beethoven symphonies and live with works by Gershwin, the seal of the orchestra. In 2009, he signed the Classics Collection by Editora Abril, with forty-two volumes. In 2010, BBC Music magazine included his recording of Capricho Itali year with Tchaikovsky BBC Cardiff in the June issue. In 2011 he recorded a CD with the Odense Symphony by Bridge Records label that appears as one ofGramophone Choice in the April issue of 2012. Integra artistic advice from Lyric Chamber Music Society of New York and the Youth Orchestra of the Americas, is the Counselor Artistic YOA of Canada. Roberto Minczuk began his career as a prodigy already Horn and sixteen-year-old held the rank of Soloist Symphony horn player Municipal de São Paulo. During the period he studied at the Juilliard School, he performed as soloist with the Youth Symphony of New York at Carnegie Hall and the New York Philharmonic in the series Young People’s Concerts. Following his graduation from Juilliard in 1987, Minczuk became a member of the Orchestra Leipzig Gewandhaus, at the invitation of Maestro Kurt Masur. Returning to Brazil in 1989, continued to study conducting with Eleazar de Carvalho and John Neschling. As horn player also won awards, including the Mill Santista Youth Award in 1991 and I Eldorado Music. Roberto Minczuk Minczuk Valerie is married and has four children: Natalie, Rebecca, Joshua and Julia.
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