Conductor Thomas Dausgaard Joins the Roster
“I’ve never heard a more convincing performance …Every moment is delightful.”
The New York Times
Opus 3 Artists is delighted to welcome conductor Thomas Dausgaard to our roster for representation in the Americas and the Caribbean.
Thomas Dausgaard is the Music Director of the Seattle Symphony and the Chief Conductor of the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. He also holds titles as Honorary Conductor of the Orchestra della Toscana and the Danish National Symphony Orchestra, and in 2019 he was appointed Conductor Laureate of the Swedish Chamber Orchestra, following his immensely acclaimed tenure as their Chief Conductor from 1997.
Dausgaard is renowned for his creativity and innovation in programming and his extensive catalogue of critically-praised recordings, which includes several complete symphony cycles. He maintains strong links as a guest conductor with many of the world’s leading orchestras including the Cleveland and Philadelphia Orchestras, New York and Los Angeles Philharmonics, National Symphony Orchestra in Washington D.C., Munich Philharmonic, Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, Staatskapelle Dresden, Bavarian Radio Symphony, Chamber Orchestra of Europe, and London Symphony Orchestra. He is also a regular visitor to Asia and Australia, appearing with the Singapore and Tokyo Metropolitan Symphonies, the China and Hong Kong Philharmonics, and the Sydney and Melbourne Symphony Orchestras. Festival appearances have included the BBC Proms, Edinburgh International Festival, Salzburg Festival, Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival, George Enescu Festival, Hollywood Bowl, and Tanglewood.
Mr. Dausgaard will continue to be represented by IMG Artists’ London office for general management.
Learn more about Thomas Dausgaard.