Munich Symphony Orchestra

Philippe Entremont, Honorary Conductor

The Munich Symphony played the Symphony No. 7 in A, Op. 92, with a sense of abandon. After an animated opening, a funereal Adagio and a scampering Scherzo, the finale was all manic energy and fire. Entremont and his orchestra conjured up a joyous whirlwind of sound that ultimately launched the music blazing into the ether.
Washington Post, Daniel Ginsberg

...Entremont's performance was bucolic indeed. The conductor's brisk, clipped phrasing gave dance like vivacity to the charming Allegretto. Entremont's vigor and idiomatic lilt brought the symphony to a joyous conclusion in the quintessential Brahmsian key of D major. The ensemble's incisive playing earned an enthusiastic standing ovation.
Miami Herald, Lawrence Budmen


During the 2011-2012 season, internationally renowned artist Philippe Entremont returned to the US with the Munich Symphony Orchestra to perform Mozart's Requiem with Gloria Dei Cantores. Maestro Entremont led the Orchestra, one of Munich's distinguished world-class orchestras, as conductor and piano soloist in the Symphony's 2009 US tour to rave reviews. This tour followed their debut US tour in the 2005-2006 season.

Acclaimed worldwide for the elegance and virtuosity of his playing, as well as his outstanding interpretive abilities on the podium, the pairing of Philippe Entremont . . .

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  • Manager: Tim Fox
    Management Territory: North America

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