-The Madrid born conductor will take the podium at the French theatre to conduct La donna del lago before conducting Ainhoa Arteta for Strauss´ Four last songs
The Spanish conductor José Miguel Pérez-Sierra, who has just finished conducting Rossini´s opera Tancredi at the Teatro Petruzzelli in Bari (Italy) and the swan song of the legendary soprano Mariella Devia at the Teatro Real in Madrid, will take the podium for the first time at the Marseilles Opera House (France) to conduct four concert version performances of Rossini´s opera La donna del lago. In this new performance Pérez-Sierra will be conducting the Marseilles Opera Orchestra and Choir and a cast consisting of specialists in the Romantic bel-canto genre such as Karine Deshayes, Varduhi Abrahamyan, Edgardo Rocha and Nicola Ulivieri. The concerts will take place on the 10th, 13th, 16th, and 18th November.
Later the young conductor will travel to the Rafael Frühbeck Auditorium in Burgos to conduct the soprano Ainhoa Arteta and the Burgos Symphony Orchestra in Richard Strauss´s Four last songs and the ensemble will also play Antonin Dvorák´s 8th Symphony.
Among other upcoming engagements, the Pérez-Sierra will conduct Tosca (Puccini) at the Metz Opéra-Théâtre (France) and the zarzuela El barberillo de Lavapiés (Barbieri) at the Teatro de La Zarzuela in Madrid.