Robert Trevino returned to the London Philharmonic Orchestra for a sold-out performance of Mahler’s 5th Symphony - following his hugely successful recent performance in Zurich of the same work. London reviews were enthusiastic ("Trevino's account was memorably original...moments of despairing anguish were hair-raisingly agitated amid desolate woodwind cries...Trevino moulded the drama into perfect proportion" - Bachtrack), and his performance was marked by a long interview in the Daily Telegraph.
Stravinsky’s Petrushka was a real test for guest conductor Robert Trevino as well as the soloists in every section of the orchestra. Trevino led the orchestra through a gripping, edge of your seat performance. There were outstanding solos throughout for trumpet, piano, English horn, bassoon, tuba, flute, clarinet and violin ...
As the season draws to a close, experience the energy of one of today's most sought-after conductors: Robert Trevino leads the Vienna Symphony Orchestra (Wiener Symphoniker) with pianist Alice Sara Ott.
The program features tempestuous works by Liszt, Tchaikovsky, and Dvorak.
With the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra Mr. Trevino will give his Concertgebouw debut in a program featuring choral and orchestral works by Johannes Brahms including Alto Rhapsody and Naine, concluding the program will be Shostakovich's Symphony No. 6.