Ludovic Morlot Tickets
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Seattle Symphony Orchestra: Ludovic Morlot & James Ehnes - Debussy, Kernis & Beethoven
Benaroya Hall - Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium
Mar 16 2017
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra: Ludovic Morlot - Berlioz Symphonie Fantastique
Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
Apr 7 2017
Minnesota Orchestra: Ludovic Morlot & Lise de la Salle - Ravel
Orchestra Hall - MN
Apr 27 2017
Details of Ludovic Morlot and the Ticket Luck value
Good quality music is hard to come by these days. So whenever one gets the opportunity to listen to the legendary musicians, one should not miss it. If you are a fan of classical music and orchestras, then this is the moment you have been waiting for. Now you have the chance to listen to Ludovic Morlot perform live. Buy Ludovic Morlot tickets before they sell out.
Ludovic Morlot grew up in Lyon, France. His parents recognized his talent and enrolled him for music lessons. At a young age, Ludovic honed his skills on the violin. After this, he further polished his skills at the Royal Academy of Music in London and soon began conducting. In London he had the chance to work under some of the biggest names in music. These include well known figures as Colin Metters, Sir Colin Davis and George Hurst. His peers and instructors were quick to recognize his music prowess and made him the Norman Del Mar conducting fellow. Soon he moved to the US where he enrolled in the Pierre Monteux School for Conductors. Ludovic has gone from strength to strength in increasing his skills and it because of this that he won the prestigious Seiji Ozawa Fellowship in the category of conducting at the Tanglewood Festival in 2001. This is an excellent opportunity to catch the musician who is currently working at the Seattle Symphony as the Music Director. Buy Ludovic Morlot tickets now.
Ludovic has performed at some of the most prestigious theaters in the world. In fact, from 2002 to 2004 he was the conductor-in-residence at the well known Orchestre National de Lyon. He was responsible for supervising and conducting the youth orchestras. From 2004 till 2007, Ludovic was the conductor for the Boston Symphony Orchestra. This also marked his first public performance for a subscription concert in 2005. He made the critics in the industry notice his talent. As a result he was offered the chance of conducting at the premiere of Tristian Murail's 'Gondwana' in 2009. That same year he again conducted for the opening of Elliot Carter's 'Instances' and Augusta Read Thomas's 'Helios Choros II (Sun God Dancers).'
Greater things soon followed for this talented Frenchman as he bagged the post of guest-conductor of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra in 2009. This was another opportunity for him to show his exceptional skills in front of a live audience. When Ludovic was casted as the substitute conductor at the Seattle Symphony Orchestra in 2010, the organizers were so impressed with his ability to put together a show with so less rehearsal that they gave him the position of the music director. He is the 15th music director of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra. Ludovic appeared as a guest conductor at the La Monnaie in 2011. Once again, the organizers were totally enamored by his dedication and talent and consequently he was appointed as the music director. These two posts are the first time that Ludovic has held the job of a music director of companies specializing in orchestra and opera. In recognition of his contribution to music, the University of Washington honored him by giving him the title of the Affiliate Professor of Music.
Ludovic Morlot has performed with big names at some very prestigious venues in the world. These include Tonhalle Orchestra in Zurich, Seoul Philharmonic, Budapest Festival Orchestra, Dresden Staatskapelle, New York Philharmonic and Cleveland Orchestra. Be sure not miss this opportunity.