Described by critics as “dynamic, vigorous, exciting and imaginative - an undisputed star who combines magnetic charisma with a skilled technique,” conductor Daniel Boico is the newly appointed Associate Guest Conductor of the KwaZulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestra in Durban (South Africa). His innate musical sensitivity, paired with a keen ear and fine musicianship, has produced exciting performances with orchestras in the United States, Europe, Central and South America, Africa and Asia. In 2017-18 Maestro Boico returns to Budapest to lead the MAV Orchestra.



Posted: Nov-13-2017
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Nino Rota (1911-1979) belonged to the same generation, chronologically speaking, as Goffredo Petrassi and Bruno Maderna, the one slightly older and the other slightly younger. Yet Rota remained worlds apart from his countrymen-pioneers into the Schoenbergian postwar avant-garde; his music reflected that of older men such as Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco and Ottorino Respighi. Rota's concert scores were invariably tuneful and clearly orchestrated - and remarkably friendly to audiences.

Posted: Jun-26-2001
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The evening opened with the Overture to Rossini’s Italian operatic magnum opus, Semiramide. Boico’s beautifully judged reading of the piece did full justice to this grand-scale prototype of the classic Rossini overture - from its imposing opening, its mournful horn passages presaging the opera’s doom-laden scene which evokes of the long-dead king being recalled from the afterlife, to full-throttle abandon in the Italian composer’s celebrated crescendos.

— Artslink
Posted: Nov-17-2017
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Posted: Dec-12-2013