Elisabeth Fuchs, the most outstanding female conductor from Austria, is described as "passionate, powerful, moving and overwhelming!"
She is the Chief Conductor of the Salzburg Philharmonic Orchestra Grand Ballet Salzburg, Felsenreitschule Salzburg, Grand Hall Mozarteum, Musikverein in Vienna, Konzerthaus in Vienna and Brucknerhaus Linz. Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Brahms, Bruckner, Mahler, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Shostakovich, Ravel up to composers from now, as John Adams, Kurt Schwertsik or Balduin Sulzer. Highlights of the upcoming 2018 / 19 are Orff's Carmina Burana, Mahler's 5th Symphony, Bach's Christmasoratorio, Elgar's Enigma Variations, Bruckner's 4th and Dvorak's 8th. In autumn 2018 she is going on tour with the Salzburg Philharmonic Orchestra to perform at Beethoven's Pastorale as main symphonic piece.
Since 2012 Elisabeth Fuchs works regularly with the Stuttgart Philharmonic Orchestra, since 2014 she performs almost every season with the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchesta at Lisinsky Hall.
2013 had her debut at the Helsingbourg Symphony Orchestra and was reinvited, so she got to reinvitation from the Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra after her debut in 2014.
Besides numerous reinvitations, future engagements will include debuts with HR Symphony Orchestra Frankfurt., WDR Symphony Orchestra Cologne and Radio Orchestra Munich.
At the State Opera Prague Elisabeth Fuchs has made her debut with the Magic Flute, at the Salzburg Festival she conducted Shostakovich The New Babylon and the Mozart operas Bastien & Bastienne and Der Schauspieldirektorwhich was recorded on DVD by Deutsche Grammophon.
In 2017 she had her debut in Israel at the Beer Sheva Sinfonietta. In addition to that she conducted the Hamburg Symphony Orchestra, Brucknerorchestra Linz, Tonkünstlerorchestra Lower Austria, NDR Radio Philharmonic Orchestra Hannover, Mozarteumorchestra Salzburg, Württembergische Philharmonie Reutlingen, Symphony Orchestra Wuppertal, Symphony Orchestra Erfurt, Symphony Orchestra Munich, Northwest German Philharmonic Orchestra Herford and the Philharmonic Orchestra Dortmund.
Elisabeth Fuchs studied Orchestra Conducting, Choir Conducting, Oboe, Music Education and Mathematics at the University Mozarteum in Salzburg, the Paris Lodron University in Salzburg and the Music Academy of Cologne. She was influenced by Balduin Sulzer, Franz Welser-Möst, Herbert Böck, Karl Kamper and Dennis Russell Davies.
Another very important part of Elisabeth Fuchs' commitment to the educational component of the classical music scene. To connect children and youth to classical music, Elisabeth Fuchs founded the Children Festival, the "Teen Concerts" and the "Concerts for Trainees".
In addition to Elisabeth Fuchs' own artistic endeavors, from 2009 to 2018 she took charge of the artistic direction for the Salzburg Cultural Association, a prestigious cultural association and the leading concert organization in Salzburg.
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"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)
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