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01.27.19
Joshua Weilerstein
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra brings depth to program of Bartok, Tchaikovsky
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
07.22.18
Joshua Weilerstein
MSO's young guests offer a fresh approach to Beethoven and Brahms
Brisbane Times
03.03.18
Joshua Weilerstein
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra stirs emotions with Berlioz, Prokofiev and more
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
11.02.16
Joshua Weilerstein
BBCSO/Weilerstein review - Dean's Hamlet 'diffraction' whets the appetite
The Guardian
03.05.16
Joshua Weilerstein
Weilerstein, Milwaukee Symphony deliver an engaging performance
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
02.27.16
Joshua Weilerstein
San Diego Symphony 'refreshingly unusual' under Weilerstein
San Diego Union-Tribune
12.11.15
Joshua Weilerstein
Review: Naples Philharmonic plays new commission, old classic
Naples Daily News
10.25.15
Joshua Weilerstein
Guest conductor Joshua Weilerstein leads BSO in a fine concert
The Washington Post
04.09.15
Joshua Weilerstein
Joshua Weilerstein leads refreshing DSO concert
Dallas Morning Times
01.10.15
Joshua Weilerstein
Pianist Stephen Hough, Grand Rapids Symphony: Uncomfortable to watch, but pleasant to hear Dvorak concerto
MLive
11.20.14
Joshua Weilerstein
American conductor Joshua Weilerstein is appointed the new Artistic Director of the Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne.
09.25.14
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Review: Joshua Weilerstein
Ziarul Financiar
08.06.14
Joshua Weilerstein
Balsom, Karadaglic a cool match at Hollywood Bowl
Los Angeles Times
07.21.11
Joshua Weilerstein
JOSHUA WEILERSTEIN AND CASE SCAGLIONE NAMED NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC ASSISTANT CONDUCTORS FOR THE 2011–12 SEASON
The New York Philharmonic
08.11.10
Joshua Weilerstein
The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association Announces Conductors Selected for 2010/11 Dudamel Fellowship Program
Los Angeles Philharmonic
05.17.09
Joshua Weilerstein
NEC’s Joshua Weilerstein ’09 Wins Malko Competition for Young Conductors

Joshua Weilerstein is the Artistic Director of the Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne. His clarity of musical expression, unforced manner and deep natural musicianship connects him with orchestras and has led him to conduct extensively in both Europe and America. His enthusiasm for a wide range of repertoire is combined with an ambition to bring new audiences to the concert hall.

In the 2018/19 season, Weilerstein makes his debut with the Lausanne Opera conducting Cosi fan tutte, as well as debuts with the Cincinnati Symphony and New World Symphony. He returns for subscription weeks at the Milwaukee Symphony, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, Florida Orchestra, New Jersey and North Carolina Symphony Orchestras. In Europe, he will return to the Oslo Philharmonic, Netherlands Philharmonic, Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie, NDR Radio Sinfonie, Deutsches Radio Philharmonie, Nörkoppings Orchester, and Mozarteum Orchester, amongst others. He will also lead the Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne on a European tour with performances in Rome and Évian. 

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