Elisabeth Fox
chief conductor

www.elisabethfuchs.com

Austrian-born Elisabeth Fuchs is chief conductor of the Philharmonic Salzburg, with whom she performs a wide-ranging repertoire both in the Festspielhaus Salzburg and in the Felsenreitschule and in the Great Hall of the Mozarteum (Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Brahms, Bruckner, Mahler, Dvorak, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov , Shostakovich, Ravel to Arvo Pärt, Kurt Schwertsik and John Adams). With her orchestra she has performed several times at the Wiener Musikverein, Wiener Konzerthaus, Brucknerhaus Linz, Congress Center Villach, Kurhaus Wiesbaden and in the Tonhalle Düsseldorf. The highlights of the 2019/20 season include Orffs Carmina Buranawho have favourited 1st & 5th Mahler, Elgars Enigma Variations, the 4th Bruckner, Schubert's Great C Major Symphony, Mozart's Last Symphonies, the 8th Dvorak, the 2nd Brahms and Berlioz´ Symphonie fantastique. In autumn 2018, Elisabeth Fuchs and the Salzburg Philharmonic Orchestra went on a China tour with Beethovens for the first time Pastoral as the main work.

Elisabeth Fuchs has had a regular collaboration with the Stuttgart Philharmonic since 2012, and has conducted the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra in Lisinski Hall almost every season since 2014. In 2013 she made her debut with the Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra and was invited again, as well as after her debut with the Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra in 2014 and her debut with the Würth Philharmonic in 2018. Elisabeth Fuchs performed and conducted in the Hamburg Music Hall, the Dortmund Concert Hall and the Rheingau Music Festival Bruckner Orchestra Linz, the Tonkünstler Orchestra Lower Austria and the NDR Radiophilharmonie Hannover. In 2018 she made her debut with the WDR Cologne Symphony Orchestra, the Frankfurt HR Symphony Orchestra and the Munich Symphony Orchestra. With the Munich Radio Orchestra and Quadro Nuevo, she recorded the CD “Volkslied reloaded” for Sony Music in 2019.

Elisabeth Fuchs made her debut with the The Magic Flute, she conducted Shostakovich at the Salzburg Festival The new Babylon as well as the Mozart operas Bastien and Bastienne and Der Schauspieldirektorwhich were recorded on DVD by Deutsche Grammophon.

2017 debuted Elisabeth Fuchs in Israel at the Beer Sheva Sinfonietta. She also directed the Hamburger Symphoniker, the Württembergische Philharmonie Reutlingen, the Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra, the Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg, the Sinfonieorchester Erfurt, the Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie Herford and the Dortmunder Philharmoniker.

Elisabeth Fuchs loves to push musical boundaries, this led to special music & performance projects with Quadro Nuevo, Stjepan Hauser (2 cellos), David Orlofsky Trio, Klazz Brothers, Henry Threadgill, Dance & Acrobatic Urbanatix Bochum, the DJs Troy Savoy & Harvey Miller, Pacho Flores, Andreas Martin Hofmeir, Benjamin Schmid, Sergej Malov, Joszef Lendvai, Per Arne Glorvigen, Nikolai Tokarev, Rolando Villazón, Iris Berben, Maria Bill, Cornelius Obonya, Philipp Hochmair.

A major concern for her is the participatory teaching of music, which among other things leads to large choir projects with over 300 participants, as well as education projects for children, adolescents and students, for which Elisabeth Fuchs in 2007 Children's Festival Salzburg, Initiated the apprentice concerts in the Großer Festspielhaus in 2013 and the lecture "UV musicology interactive including concert experiences" for students in 2018. From 2009 to 2018 she was the artistic director of the Salzburg Cultural Association.

Elisabeth Fuchs studied orchestral conducting, choir conducting, oboe, school music and mathematics at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg, at the Paris-Lodron University in Salzburg and at the Cologne University of Music. Balduin Sulzer, Franz Welser-Möst, Herbert Böck, Karl Kamper and Dennis Russell Davies were musically influential people for their artistic career.

In 2005, Elisabeth Fuchs was awarded the Irma von Troll Borostyáni Prize for her outstanding achievements, in 2007 she received the Federal Medal of Honor from the Federal Ministry for Education, Art and Culture, in 2017 she received the Salzburg Prize from the City of Salzburg Cultural Fund and in 2018 she received the honorary cup of the City of Salzburg awarded.

She lives with her two children in Salzburg.

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Elisabeth Fuchs, conductor
Born in Austria, Elisabeth Fuchs studied orchestral conducting, oboe, school music and mathematics at the Mozarteum Salzburg, at the Paris Lodron University Salzburg and at the Cologne Conservatory. She is chief conductor of the Philharmonie Salzburg and maintains a lively collaboration with renowned orchestras such as the Stuttgart Philharmonic, the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra and the Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra.

Elisabeth Fuchs loves to break musical boundaries. This led to special collaborations with Stjepan Hauser (2Cellos), the David Orlowsky Trio, the Klazz Brothers, Rolando Villazon, Iris Berben and many other artists. A big concern for her is the participative music education which leads among other things to choir projects with 300 contributors as well as to intensive work with children and adolescents.

Elisabeth Fuchs, conductor
Born in Austria, Elisabeth Fuchs is chief conductor of the Philharmonie Salzburg. It combines a multi-year collaboration with the Stuttgart Philharmonic, the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, the Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra and the Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra. She also conducted the Brucknerorchester Linz, the Tonkünstlerorchester Niederösterreich, the Mozarteumorchester Salzburg, the Hamburger Symphoniker, the Dortmunder Philharmoniker, the NDR Radiophilharmonie Hannover, the WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln, the HR Sinfonieorchester Frankfurt, the Münchner Symphoniker and the Münchner Rundfunkorchester.

At the Prague State Opera, Elisabeth Fuchs made her debut with the Magic Flute, at the Salzburg Festival she conducted Shostakovich's "Das Neue Babylon" as well as the Mozart operas "Bastien and Bastienne" and "Der Schauspieldirektor", which were recorded on DVD by Deutsche Grammophon ,

Elisabeth Fuchs loves to break musical boundaries, leading to special music & performance projects with Quadro Nuevo, Stjepan Hauser (2 Cellos), David Orlofsky Trio, Klazz Brothers, Henry Threadgill, Pacho Flores, Andreas Martin Hofmeir, Benjamin Schmid, Sergej Malov, Per Arne Glorvigen, Nikolai Tokarev, Rolando Villazón, Iris Berben, Maria Bill, Cornelius Obonya, Philipp Hochmair.

A big concern for her is the participatory music education, which leads to large choir projects with 300 contributors, education projects for children, adolescents and students, for which Elisabeth Fuchs in the year 2007 the children's festival Salzburg, 2013 the apprentice concerts in the big festival house and 2018 for students the lecture "UV Musicology interactive including concert experiences" initiated. From 2009 to 2018 she was the Artistic Director of the Salzburger Kulturvereinigung.

Elisabeth Fuchs studied orchestral conducting, choir conducting, oboe, school music and mathematics at the University Mozarteum Salzburg, at the Paris Lodron University Salzburg and at the Musikhochschule Köln.

She lives with her two children in Salzburg.

Elisabeth Fuchs, conductor
Austrian-born Elisabeth Fuchs is chief conductor of the Philharmonie Salzburg,
with which she performs a wide-ranging repertoire in the Festspielhaus Salzburg as well as in the Felsenreitschule and in the Great Hall of the Mozarteum (Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Brahms, Bruckner, Mahler, Dvorak, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Shostakovich, Ravel to Arvo Pärt, Kurt Schwertsik and John Adams). With her orchestra she has performed several times in the Wiener Musikverein, Wiener Konzerthaus, Brucknerhaus Linz, Congress Center Villach, Kurhaus Wiesbaden and Tonhalle Düsseldorf. Highlights of the 2019 / 20 season include Orff's Carmina Burana, the 1. & 5. Mahler, Elgar's Enigma Variations, the 4. Bruckner, Schubert's Great CDur Symphony, Mozart's Last Symphonies, the 8. Dvorak, the 2. Brahms and Berlioz's symphony fantastique. In autumn 2018, Elisabeth Fuchs and the Philharmonie Salzburg made their first tour of China with Beethoven's Pastorale as their main work.

Elisabeth Fuchs has had a regular collaboration with the Stuttgart Philharmonic since 2012, and has conducted the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra in Lisinski Hall almost every season since 2014. In 2013 she made her debut with the Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra and was invited again as well as after her debut with the Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra in 2014. Elisabeth Fuchs performed in the Hamburg Music Hall, in the Dortmund Concert Hall and at the Rheingau Music Festival and conducted the Bruckner Orchestra Linz, the Tonkunstler Orchestra Lower Austria and the NDR Radiophilharmonie Hannover. In 2018 she made her debut with the WDR Cologne Symphony Orchestra, the HR Symphony Orchestra Frankfurt and the Munich Symphony Orchestra. With the Munich Radio Orchestra and Quadro Nuevo, she recorded the CD “Volkslied reloaded” for Sony Music in 2019.

At the Prague State Opera, Elisabeth Fuchs made her debut with the Magic Flute, at the Salzburg Festival she conducted Shostakovich's Das neue Babylon as well as the Mozart operas Bastien and Bastienne and Der Schauspieldirektor, which were recorded on DVD by Deutsche Grammophon.
2017 debuted Elisabeth Fuchs in Israel at the Beer Sheva Sinfonietta. She also directed the Hamburger Symphoniker, the Württembergische Philharmonie Reutlingen, the Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra, the Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg, the Sinfonieorchester Erfurt, the Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie Herford and the Dortmunder Philharmoniker.

Elisabeth Fuchs loves to break musical boundaries, leading to special music & performance projects with Quadro Nuevo, Stjepan Hauser (2 cellos), David Orlofsky Trio, Klazz Brothers, Henry Threadgill, Dance & Acrobatic Urbanatix Bochum, DJs Troy Savoy & Harvey Miller, Pacho Flores, Andreas Martin Hofmeir, Benjamin Schmid, Sergei Malov, Per Arne Glorvigen, Nikolai Tokarev, Rolando Villazón, Iris Berben, Maria Bill,
Cornelius Obonya, Philipp Hochmair.

A big concern for her is the participatory music education, which leads to large choir projects with 300 contributors, education projects for children, adolescents and students, for which Elisabeth Fuchs in the year 2007 the children's festival Salzburg, 2013 the apprentice concerts in the big festival house and 2018 for students the lecture "UV Musicology interactive including concert experiences" initiated. From 2009 to 2018 she was the Artistic Director of the Salzburger Kulturvereinigung.

Elisabeth Fuchs studied orchestral conducting, choir conducting, oboe, school music and mathematics at the Mozarteum Salzburg University, at the Paris Lodron University Salzburg and at the Cologne Conservatory. Musically influential people for their artistic career were Balduin Sulzer, Franz Welser-Möst, Herbert Böck, Karl Kamper and Dennis Russell Davies. 2005 became Elisabeth Fuchs for her outstanding achievements with the Irma von Troll Borostyáni Prize, 2007 with the Federal Decoration of Honor of the Federal Ministry of Education, Art and Culture, 2017 with the Salzburg Prize of the Cultural Fund of the City of Salzburg and 2018 with the Honorary Cup of the City of Salzburg awarded.

She lives with her two children in Salzburg.

Zitate

"The brilliantly elaborated score unfolded in the meticulous reproduction of the pace of the pictures by the exemplary and present acting conductor Elisabeth Fox her own value. "
(Karl Harb, Salzburger Nachrichten)

"The musical part is the second strong success factor of this acclaimed performance: Elisabeth Fuchs, the Junge Philharmonie Salzburg and the dazzling young singer team are passionate about creating a density and drama that will bring suspense to your soul. , , a gorgeous "Mozart 22" building block. "
(Kronen Zeitung, Vienna)