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12.18.14
John Luther Adams , Julian Wachner, Ludovic Morlot, David Robertson, Robert Spano, Renaud Capucon, Daniel Hope, Jennifer Koh, Gil Shaham, Alisa Weilerstein, Béla Fleck, Brooklyn Rider , Maya Beiser, Rosanne Cash, Voces8 , New York Polyphony
End of Year 2014 'Best Of' Roundup
12.05.14
Sir Andrew Davis, Giancarlo Guerrero, Ludovic Morlot, David Robertson, Robert Spano, Daniil Trifonov, Jennifer Koh, Gidon Kremer, Anoushka Shankar, Wu Man, Mason Bates, Rosanne Cash, Julianna Di Giacomo, Tamara Mumford, New York Polyphony
2015 GRAMMY NOMINEES
Grammy.com
07.22.14
David Robertson, Gil Shaham
David Robertson and Gil Shaham join the NYOUSA for a summer tour
NYOUSA
12.13.13
David Robertson, Christine Goerke, Anthony Dean Griffey
So Much Operatic Life, and a Fatality
The New York Times
11.24.13
David Robertson, Anthony Dean Griffey
Music Review: Meeting Village Ostracism With Repressed Rage
The New York Times
05.14.12
David Robertson
SYDNEY SYMPHONY ANNOUNCES NEW CHIEF CONDUCTOR AND ARTISTIC DIRECTOR – DAVID ROBERTSON
Sydney Symphony
10.16.11
David Robertson, James Ehnes, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra
Robertson, SLSO triumph in complex new concerto
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
06.11.11
David Robertson
She Can Be Tender, but She May Be a Killer, Too
The New York Times
12.19.10
David Robertson, Orli Shaham
New World Symphony bids farewell to the Lincoln Theatre in final concerts
South Florida Classical Review
04.20.10
David Robertson, Gil Shaham, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra
Review: St. Louis Symphony Orchestra
San Francisco Chronicle
04.06.10
David Robertson, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra
Artful Programming, Immaculately Played
Musical America
02.26.10
David Robertson, Gil Shaham
The Dubious Sounds of Nature
ConcertoNet.com
02.26.10
David Robertson, Gil Shaham
Sam, Gil, Bela, David, Maurice
New York Daily News
02.20.10
David Robertson, Nicolas Hodges
The Toe-Tapping Starts at the Podium
The New York Times
11.21.09
Osvaldo Golijov, David Robertson, Christoph Eschenbach
The ten best classical albums of the Noughties
The Times (London)
10.31.09
David Robertson, Colin Currie
David Robertson, Colin Currie and the SLSO issue a wake-up call
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
07.27.09
David Robertson, Orli Shaham
At Tanglewood: Style Points
The Faster Times
04.14.09
David Robertson
David Robertson. Highbrow, Brilliant
New York Magazine
04.06.09
David Robertson
Is That in Your Job Description, Maestro?
The New York Times
03.01.09
David Robertson, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra
St. Louis, Chicago come together in music and dance
St. Louis Post Dispatch
02.12.09
David Robertson, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra
SAINT LOUIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ANNOUNCES 2009-2010 SEASON
01.09.09
David Robertson, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra
St. Louis Symphony Orchestra One Of ITunes Top 10 of 2008
12.19.08
David Robertson, Jeremy Denk
Pianos, Sopranos, Pixels and Puppets
The New York Times
12.08.08
Marin Alsop, David Robertson, Steven Sloane
Alex Ross: The Ten Best Performances of 2008
The New Yorker
10.25.08
David Robertson, Leonidas Kavakos
Hearing a Classical Score With a Contemporary Ear
The New York Times
11.30.05
David Robertson
Conductor Makes the Old New and the New Newer
The New York Times

A consummate musician, masterful programmer and dynamic presence, David Robertson has established himself as one of today’s most sought-after American conductors. A passionate and compelling communicator with an extensive orchestral and operatic repertoire, he has forged close relationships with major orchestras around the world through his exhilarating music-making and stimulating ideas. In fall 2013, Mr. Robertson launches his ninth season as Music Director of the 134-year-old St. Louis Symphony.  In January 2014, David Robertson assumed the post of Chief Conductor and Artistic Director of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra in Australia.

In 2012-13, David Robertson led the St. Louis Symphony on two major tours:  his first European tour with the orchestra—its first European engagements since 1998—in fall 2012, which included critically-acclaimed appearances at London’s BBC Proms, at the Berlin and Lucerne Festivals, and at Paris’s Salle Pleyel; and a spring 2013 California tour which included a three day residency at the University of California-Davis and performances at the Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts and venues in Costa Mesa, Palm Desert, and Santa Barbara.  Highlights of his 2013-14 season with St. Louis include a return to Carnegie Hall on the centennial of Benjamin Britten’s birth to perform the opera Peter Grimes, and the recording earlier in the fall of a St. Louis Symphony co-commission, John Adams’s Concerto for Saxophone.  Nonesuch Records will release the disc featuring the concerto, along with the orchestra’s performance of Adams’s City Noir, in 2014 ... read full bio