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Orchestral Work Vol. 1

About Steven

Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra

In September 2020, Steven Sloane took up his new post as Music Director of the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, introducing several new concert series and formats, since his start.

Bochum Symphony Orchestra

Steven Sloane has been the General Music Director of the Bochum Symphony since 1994, which he transformed into one of Germany’s leading orchestras. After 27 years, he will be ending his position as GMD and Intendant of the Anneliese Brost Musikforum at the end of the 2020/21 season.

Musikforum Bochum

Steven Sloane was instrumental in the building and realization of the Bochum Symphoniker’s own music centre, the Anneliese Brost Musikforum Ruhr. In 2016, he inaugurated the hall to international acclaim and gave the Bochumer Symphoniker a home.

International Conducting Academy Berlin

Steven Sloane has always been interested in the training of future generations of conductors. In 2013, he was appointed Professor of Conducting at Berlin’s University of the Arts, where he established the International Conducting Academy Berlin (ICAB).

Opera & Music Theater

Today, Steven Sloane is an internationally sought-after opera conductor of wide-ranging repertoire, from popular staples by Mozart, Puccini, Verdi and Wagner to rarely performed works by Shostakovich (Cheryomushki), and Schumann (Genoveva) to important world premieres.

Projects & Tours

Steven Sloane has not only taken orchestras he has worked with on international tours, but also curated and directed many projects outside of his normal work, ranging from festivals, master classes, workshops, symposia and educational activities.

Upcoming events:

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April

A Moment Out of Time

Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra

05

May

Mahler’s Symphony No. 4

Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra

15

May

Tristan & Isolde : Act 2

Bochum Symphony Orchestra

21

June

Tour to Germany

Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra

25

June

Farewell Weekend in Bochum

Bochum Symphony Orchestra

Reviews:

"Mahler's eighty-minute final symphony is a work of haunting beauty. In Sloane´s sensitive and expressive interpretation as conductor, the marvel of timbres, polyphony, and symphonic structures was developed to perfection. And the canon of moods – drama and conflict, grief and tenderness – was kept in remarkable balance. […]Stunning! Given this bold performance, one nearly forgot that the exquisite graciousness with which the evening began."

Jürgen Boebers-Süßmann / WESTDEUTSCHE ALLGEMEINE ZEITUNG, 12/3/2018

"The opera and museum orchestra inevitably played an authoritative role once again in the inspiring experience of the (second) revival of this opera. Steven Sloane stood at the podium, with a good view on his former job as first conductor (nearly thirty years ago). With great oversight and passion, he led his orchestra through the demands of the dense task, making for delicate strings and dense, powerful brass."

Matthias Gerhart / FRANKFURTER NEUE PRESSE, 29/5/2018

"Under the direction of Steven Sloane, the Latvian State Choir sang and Bochum Symphony Orchestra played with solemn serenity appropriate to the occasion, with a nearly ominous air, as though each individual groaned under the weight of such musical responsibility. Musically, it was less meditative than tremulous, piercing, reproachful."

Peter Jungblut / BR KLASSIK, 06/09/2019

"The orchestra's performance of the opera under its first new guest conductor Steven Sloane shows a renewed freshness. Élan and verve are evident in both the orchestral and choral parts."

Lennart Bromander / AFTONBLADET, 05/02/2019

"The house orchestra, under guest conductor Steven Sloane, executes the score’s broad palette of textures with impressive attention to nuance and balance, from gongs that crash in the outer aisles, to detuned, mocking flutes, to squealing brass. It may not always be a pleasant journey, but Reimann’s Medea offers the listener no escape."

Rebecca Schmid / FINANCIAL TIMES,23/5/2017

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