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“The recent arrival of 2015 was celebrated and confirmed by the Las Vegas Philharmonic on Saturday as the orchestra welcomed not one but two outstanding guest artists to share the stage in The Smith Center’s Reynolds Hall. Both conductor Rei Hotoda and violinist Bella Hristova left indelible marks on the audience through their artful musicianship and technical mastery.”
— Las Vegas Review-Journal
|05/28/16||Utah Symphony||Salt Lake City, Utah||Abravanel Hall|
Address: 123 S Temple.
*Thierry Fischer, conductor
*Rei Hotoda will be the associate conductor and covering the following:
Mahler – Symphony No. 9
|08/03/16||Utah Symphony||Park City, Utah||St. Mary’s Church|
Address: 1505 White Pine Canyon Rd.
Rei Hotoda, conductor / pianist
Deer Valley Music Fesival
Mozart–Piano Concerto No. 9 in E-flat, K.271 “Jeunehomme”
III. Rondeau: Presto
Honegger–Pastorale d’ete (Summer Pastoral)
II. Molto vivace
III. Andante cantabile
|08/05/16||Utah Symphony||Park City, UT||Snow Park Amphitheatre|
Address: 2250 Deer Valley Drive S..
Will Hagen, violin
Rei Hotoda, conductor
Shostakovich–Festive Overture, Op.96
Tchaikovsky–Violin Concerto in D major, Op.35
Borodin–Polovtsian Dances from Prince Igor
Khachaturian–Adagio of Spartacus and Phrygia
Tchaikovsky–1812 Overture in E-flat major, Op.49
Utah Symphony Announces the appointment of Rei Hotoda to the position of Associate Conductor starting September 2015.
Exposing children to the arts is a top priority for the Philharmonic and soon fourth and fifth graders across the valley will be in for a treat. Watch today to see what The Las Vegas Philharmonic is doing to pass music on to the next generation!
David Robertson, the Music Director of the St Louis Symphony invited Rei and three other conductors to conduct the premiere John Cage’s Thirty Pieces for Five Orchestras. On January 22, 2014 Rei Hotoda conducted a U.S. Premiere with David Robertson and the St Louis Symphony at the Tadao Ando-designed Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts building.
Read more about the rave reviews from both the St Louis Dispatch and the Los Angeles Times.