A gloriously engaging Brahms from Stutzmann
Last weekend, Nathalie Stutzmann acknowledged the prolonged applause of the audience as she emerged to take charge of the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra at the NCH. It was not difficult to understand why.
The French-born Stutzmann – world-famous as a contralto, but now equally so as a conductor – had just been revealed as the orchestra’s new principal guest conductor.
The news came as a surprise to many. Stutzmann appeared here only...
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