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09.10.2019

Deutschlandfunk Kultur broadcasts „A Midsummer Night's Dream" from the Vienna State Opera

After 55 years, the Vienna State Opera is once again showing a production of Benjamin Britten’s „A Midsummer Night’s Dream” … More

08.10.2019

European Cultural Award 2019 for Simone Young

On 20 October 2019, Simone Young will be awarded the European Cultural Award 2019. Other prize winners include Nina Stemme, Thomas Hampson, … More

07.10.2019

Simone Young conducts the Orchestra nacional de España

Australian conductor Simone Young presents two Russian programmes in three concerts with the Orchestra nacional de España in Madrid. On 25 and … More

09.09.2019

Simone Young conducts „A Midsummer Night's Dream“ at the Vienna State Opera

„A Midsummer Night’s Dream“ is the first premiere of the season 2019/20 at the Vienna State Opera. Simone Young has … More

05.08.2019

Bernhard Lang's "ParZeFool" released on CD

At the Wiener Festwochen 2017 Simone Young conducted the world premiere of Bernhard Lang’s music theatre “ParZeFool”. The work is a contemporary reinterpretation … More

04.07.2019

"Elektra" in Zurich

Simone Young returns to Zurich Opera for the musical direction of three performances of Richard Strauss’ “Elektra”. The production by stage director … More

20.06.2019

Concerts in Australia

This summer Simone Young will again be conducting numerous concerts in her Australian homeland. She will appear with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra … More

18.06.2019

Simone Young nominated for the Helpmann Awards 2019

After 2018, Simone Young and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra are again nominated for the Helpmann Awards in 2019 in the category … More

29.05.2019

Simone Young makes her debut with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Simone Young has put Romantic music on the concert program of her debut with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. On four evenings … More

20.05.2019

Live broadcast from Detroit

On 30 May 2019 Simone Young will make her debut with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. The programme includes Anton Webern’s “Passacaglia”, Josef … More