Out of 140 applicants from all over the world, Marie has been chosen as Taki Alsop Conducting Fellowship Associate Fellow for the 2022-24 seasons. Marie says: ”I’m so grateful and happy to be accepted into this brilliant, strong and warm-hearted community. To have legendary Marin Alsop and her team mentoring me, believing in me and supporting my career means so much to me! The Fellowship officially begins in June, but they already have a lot of opportunities planned for me. I’m so excited, happy and curious to start this new chapter in my life and career!”
Read more here: https://takialsop.org/news/taki-alsop-conducting-fellowship-names-2022-24-fellow-and-award-winners/
Out of nearly 80 applicants from all over the world, Marie has been selected by Jukka-Pekka Saraste for the LEAD! Foundation Academy’s masterclass for young conductors in Fiskars this summer. She will be mentored by Hannu Lintu, Esa-Pekka Salonen and Saraste himself.
Folkoperan’s spring production will be Lars-Erik Larsson’s lyrical suite God in Disguise from 1940 with words by the poet Hjalmar Gullberg. Lill Lindfors, Björn Kjellman and Petter Alexis Askergren will alternate in reciting Hjalmar Gullberg’s poetry. The production will also feature poor Roma EU citizens including the virtuoso Lelo Nikas whose accordion art will interpret Lars-Erik Larsson’s much loved music. Musical director and conductor is Marie Rosenmir. God in Disguise will open at Folkoperan on 15 February 2017. For tickets and more information, please visit: http://www.folkoperan.se/english/god-disguise
Marie Rosenmir has been ranked in the latest issue of OPUS as one of the most important 20 musical happenings in the country during 2016. OPUS, Sweden’s largest magazine for classical music, defines Marie Rosenmir as being one of the most interesting Swedish conductors of the new generation.
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