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ROSSEN MILANOV

Rossen Milanov is Associate Conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra and, in his native city of Sofia, Chief Conductor of the Bulgarian National Radio Orchestra. Additionally he is Music Director of both the Haddonfield Symphony in New Jersey and the New Symphony Orchestra in Bulgaria. With the Philadelphia Orchestra his concert highlights have included the closing concert of the orchestra’s Mann Concert Music Season with Beethoven’s Symphonies No. 1 and No. 9 in summer 2005, as well as the world première of Nicholas Maw’s English Horn Concerto. In Bulgaria he continues his Mahler Symphony Cycle which is a multi-season project. He has recently made his subscription début with the Indianapolis Symphony, to which he was immediately re-invited, and has scheduled appearances with the Honolulu Symphony and Syracuse Symphony Orchestras, in addition to engagements with the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra and the Residentie Orchestra of The Hague in the Netherlands. Rossen Milanov has conducted concerts and tours with the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, Baltimore Symphony, Colorado Symphony, Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, New World Symphony, Duluth-Superior Symphony, Juilliard Opera Center, and Curtis Opera Theater. He was Music Director of the Chicago Youth Symphony from 1997 to 2001, and has participated in summer festivals including Tanglewood and the Interlochen Arts Festival. As Music Director of Eastern Europe’s first privately funded orchestra, the New Symphony, his work has included commissions and premières of new works, the introduction of American music to Bulgarian audiences, a cycle of Brahms’s complete symphonies and concertos, a production of Wagner’s Flying Dutchman, Mussorgsky’s Songs and Dances of Death with the legendary Bulgarian bass Nicolai Ghiaurov, and several recordings. Rossen Milanov was a Bruno Walter Memorial Scholarship student at the Juilliard School, and studied at the Curtis Institute of Music, Duquesne University, and the Bulgarian National Academy of Music, his teachers including Otto-Werner Mueller, Robin Fountain, and Vassil Kazandjiev. He founded the Sofia-Mt Vitosha International Conducting Institute, a summer festival dedicated to the training of young aspiring conductors, and also received the Award for Extraordinary Contribution to Bulgarian Culture.
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