Combining intellectual rigor, subtle musicality and a compelling and clear musical vision, Jeremie Rhorer consistently delivers thrilling performances of symphonic and operatic repertoire. In 2010 he made his Salzburg Festival debut conducting the Mozarteum Orchestra, and in 2011 his North American debut with a major orchestra at the Mostly Mozart Festival in New York, where he returns in August 2013. In the fall of 2012, Rhorer conducted the Frankfurt Radio Symphony and Netherlands Radio Philharmonic orchestras in repertoire ranging from the German Romantics to Stravinsky and Tristan Keuris; both orchestras immediately re-engaged him for the 2013-2014 season. Also in 2013-2014, Rhorer makes his debut with the National Arts Centre Orchestra (Ottawa) in a program of Mozart, Vaughan Williams, and Schubert.
Future symphonic engagements include concerts with the Orchestre de Paris at Salle Pleyel and the Philharmonia Orchestra in London's Royal Festival Hall. He has ongoing relationships with the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie, where in 2011-2012 he led performances of the Brahms Requiem with the NDR Rundfunkchor, and the Basler Kammerorchester, leading performances of the music of Liszt, Berlioz, Ravel and Kagel with the Basler Kammerorchester. Rhorer has also conducted the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Munich Chamber Orchestra and the Ensemble Modern (Weill Seven Deadly Sins with Angelika Kirschlager), among others ... read full bio