Bonjour à tous.
Je suis heureux de vous annoncer que l'opéra de Tulsa aux Etats Unis m'a engagé pour diriger les Pêcheurs de Perles de Bizet. Ce sera la première fois que je vais travailler avec cette compagnie et je m'en réjouis d'autant plus que le directeur artistique est l'excellent compositeur Tobias Picker qui connait un grand succès dans le monde entier. La distribution des Pêcheurs de Perles est constitué de jeunes chanteurs américains pleins de talent. Quel plaisir pour moi de présenter la merveilleuse musique de notre génie Bizet en Oklahoma!
I am happy to announce that Tulsa Opera has hired me to conduct Bizet's Pearlfishers. It will be the first time that I will be working with this company.
I am even more excited about it since the artistic directeur is the excellent composer Tobias Picker who enjoys great success around the world. The cast for Pearlfishers is made of young and talented american singers.
What a joy for me to present the wonderful music of our genius Bizet in Oklahoma!
Emmanuel Plasson has established himself as a leading ambassador for French music through his remarkable international career spanning both the symphonic and operatic worlds.
Mr. Plasson made his North American debut in 1997 conducting the Royal Ballet, Covent Garden on tour, including performances at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York. This resulted in an immediate invitation to be an Assistant Conductor at the Metropolitan Opera during the two following seasons (for productions of Manon and Carmen).
"With the fine French conductor Emmanuel Plasson in charge, the orchestra gives a stylish and confident account of Offenbach’s breezy and tuneful score."
~The New York Times
"Maestro Plasson was excellent; sensuous and passionate in his approach, he explored the many nuances of the work producing rich texture and colour from the orchestra."
~Courier Mail, Brisbane, Australia
"Emmanuel Plasson’s conducting was crisp, assured and subtle. The orchestra seemed to enjoy every moment of their work, and the audience was able to relax in the knowledge that the underpinning was secure and beautiful."