»The evening’s main feature is
    the conducting of Thomas Rösner.
    In his hands the music
    lilts and sparkles,
    and the orchestra dances
    birilliantly to his tune.«

    
Stephen Walsh, The Art Desk

    Thomas Rösner has enjoyed great success at many opera houses  for his interpretations of Viennese classic and in particular Mozart operas – with directors such as Michael Haneke or Robert Lepage-  at the Theatre de la Monnaie in Brussels,  Zurich Opera,  Glyndebourne, Seoul, Quebec, Liège or the Houston Grand Opera.

    He has been invited to conduct a huge number of orchestras in Europe, Asia and North America. His interest in forgotten composers such as Paul Kletzki, Czeslaw Marek or Charles Koechlin has led to highly acclaimed recordings with the Bamberger Symphoniker or the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra.

    Viennese born Thomas Rösner is founder and artistic director of the Beethoven Philharmonie. Since his international conducting debut with the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande in Geneva he has become a much sought after conductor.

    Invitations have led him to orchestras such as:

    Deutsches Sinfonieorchester Berlin
    Wiener Symphoniker
    Bamberger Symphoniker
    Mozarteum Orchester Salzburg
    City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
    Scottish Chamber Orchestra
    Orchestre National de Bordeaux
    Philharmonia Prague
    National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra
    Sinfonia Varsovia
    Toscanini Sinfonica Parma
    Houston Symphony Orchestra
    Violons du Roy, Quebec
    Tokyo Symphony Orchestra
    Beijing Symphony Orchestra
    Israel Sinfonietta

    His operatic work includes productions at many opera houses:

    Semperoper Dresden
    Bayerischen Staatsoper München
    Staatsoper Stuttgart
    Opernhaus Zürich
    Glyndebourne Festival
    Theatre de la Monnaie, Brüssel
    New National Theatre Tokyo
    National Center for the Performing Arts in Peking
    Korea National Opera
    Welsh National Opera
    Grand Théâtre de Genève
    Opéra National de Lyon
    Théatre du Châtelet in Paris
    Opera National de Lorraine
    Bregenzer Festspiele
    Edinburgh Festival

    Viennese born Thomas Rösner is founder and artistic director of the Beethoven Philharmonie. Since his international conducting debut with the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande in Geneva he has become a much sought after conductor.

    Invitations have led him to orchestras such as:

    Deutsches Sinfonieorchester Berlin
    Wiener Symphoniker
    Bamberger Symphoniker
    Mozarteum Orchester Salzburg
    City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
    Scottish Chamber Orchestra
    Orchestre National de Bordeaux
    Philharmonia Prague
    National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra
    Sinfonia Varsovia
    Toscanini Sinfonica Parma
    Houston Symphony Orchestra
    Violons du Roy, Quebec
    Tokyo Symphony Orchestra
    Beijing Symphony Orchestra
    Israel Sinfonietta

    His operatic work includes productions at many opera houses:

    Semperoper Dresden
    Bayerischen Staatsoper München
    Staatsoper Stuttgart
    Opernhaus Zürich
    Glyndebourne Festival
    Theatre de la Monnaie, Brüssel
    New National Theatre Tokyo
    National Center for the Performing Arts in Peking
    Korea National Opera
    Welsh National Opera
    Grand Théâtre de Genève
    Opéra National de Lyon
    Théatre du Châtelet in Paris
    Opera National de Lorraine
    Bregenzer Festspiele
    Edinburgh Festival