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Gabriel Feltz is one of the most outstanding German conductors with a versatile career in the opera and symphonic repertoire and a great advocate for 19th and 20th century music.
Gabriel Feltz has been the General Music Director of the Dortmund Opera and Chief Conductor of the Dortmund Philharmonic Orchestra since 2013/14, with a contract renewal through 2024/25. He is also Chief Conductor of the Belgrade Philharmonic, a position he assumed in 2017/18, with contract renewal through 2024/25.
Highlights of the 2021/22 season was the beginning of a new Ring Cycle in Dortmund (starting with Die Walküre) directed by Peter Konwitschny. Gabriel Feltz will return to the Cologne Opera for two productions: Erich Wolfgang Korngold Die tote Stadt directed by Tatjana Gürbaca (in celebration of its first performance that took place in Cologne 100 years ago) and a new production of Walter Braunfels Die Vögel. As Chief Conductor of the Belgrade Philharmonic, Gabriel Feltz will conduct eight programs, opening with Shostakovich Cello Concerto and Symphony No. 10.
The career of Gabriel Feltz as an opera conductor started with a highly successful debut at the Komische Oper Berlin with Die Soldaten by Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Der fligende Holländer at the Bavarian State Opera, Arabella at the Oper Frankfurt and a new production of Wolfgang Rihm’s Hamletmaschine in Zurich. Future highlights also include opera productions in Zurich (Amerika by Roman Haubenstock-Ramati), Geneva (a new production of Voyage vers l’Espoir by Christian Jost), and Komische Oper Berlin conducting Luigi Nono’s Intolleranza. Gabriel Feltz has conducted leading orchestras such as the Staatskapelle Dresden, BRSO Munich, DSO Berlin, Konzerthausorchester Berlin, Frankfurt Opern – und Museumsorchester, Staatskapelle Weimar, Gürzenich Orchestra Cologne, Bamberger Symphoniker, Essen Philharmonic, the Radio Symphony Orchestras of Berlin (RSB), Cologne (WDR), Leipzig (MDR), Hamburg & Hannover (NDR) and Saarbrücken (SR), the German National Youth Orchestra BJO, the RSO Vienna, the Danish National Symphony, Sinfonieorchester Basel, RTE National Symphony, the National Orchestra of Taiwan, KBS Seoul, the Osaka Symphony and the China National Symphony.

Photo: Marcel Schaar