Seligman Musical director

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Tom Seligman is a British conductor who lives in Berlin and is involved in a wide range of projects. He made his debut at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, in 2010 and has since been regularly invited back, conducting the Royal Ballet in various repertoires, including ‹Dornröschen›, ‹Coppélia›, ‹Don Quijote› and ‹Alice's Adventures in Wonderland›. His performances of ‹Nussknacker› and ‹The Winter's Tale› have been performed in renowned theatres worldwide. He has conducted ‹Jewels› and ‹Nussknacker› at the New York City Ballet, ‹The Winter's Tale› at the National Ballet of Canada and at Hamburg Ballett and ‹Schwanensee› and ‹Romeo und Julia› at the English National Ballet. In recent seasons, he has enjoyed debuts in Brisbane, Amsterdam and Copenhagen, while returning to Bayerische Staatsoper and Semperoper Dresden several times. He has worked extensively with the London Symphony Chorus and was choirmaster for the Lucerne Festival Orchestra's performance under Claudio Abbado at the 2007 BBC Proms. Tom is also principal conductor of the Kensington Chamber Orchestra and artistic director of Five Senses Music, bringing audiences of all ages into closer contact with orchestral and operatic music through innovative interactive projects and events in London and Berlin. At Theater Basel, he will conduct Sinfonieorchester Basel for the ballet production of ‹Giselle› in the 2022/23 season.

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