Manager: Tim Fox, Jean-Jacques Cesbron
Management Territory: Worldwide
John Mauceri's distinguished and varied career has brought him to the world's leading opera companies and symphony orchestras, the musical stages of Broadway and Hollywood, as well as to the most prestigious halls of academia.
He served for sixteen years as the Director of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, which was created for him by the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and he retains the title of Founding Director. He has been the music director of four opera houses: Pittsburgh Opera, Washington Opera, Scottish Opera and Teatro Regio in Turin. He has . . . also conducted the Metropolitan Opera, La Scala, the Royal Opera House, the Deutsche Oper, the New York Philharmonic, the symphony orchestras of Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Israel, Paris and the principal London orchestras. In addition to his conducting responsibilities, John Mauceri is also the Chancellor of the North Carolina School of the Arts, a post he assumed in the summer of 2006. This unique institution, located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, is a residential high school and college that offers programs in music, drama, dance, design and production, and filmmaking.
John Mauceri is one of the world's most accomplished recording artists and is the recipient of Grammy, Tony, Olivier, Drama Desk, Edison, Emmy, Diapason d'Or, Cannes Classique, Billboard, and four Deutsche Schallplatten awards. In 1999, John Mauceri was chosen as a "Standard-bearer of the Twentieth Century" for WQXR, the nation's most-listened-to classical radio station. According to WQXR, "These are a select number of musical artists who have already established themselves as forces to be reckoned with and who will be the Standard Bearers of the 21st Century's music scene." The recipients were chosen for "their visionary talent and technical virtuosity." In addition, CNN and CNN International chose John Mauceri as a "Voice of the Millennium".
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