DANIEL RAISKIN, music director of Canada’s Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, has accepted an additional appointment, as music director of the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra in Bratislava, Slovakia. He will begin as music director at the Slovak Philharmonic in the 2020-21 season, succeeding James Judd. Raiskin will remain music director of the Winnipeg Symphony and principal guest conductor of Serbia’s Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra. Raiskin will guest conduct three concerts with the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra in the 2019-20 season. His 2019-20 season also includes appearances with Daejeon Philharmonic, RTV Slovenia Symphony, Staatsorchester Rheinische Philharmonie, State Academic Symphony of Russia, and Stuttgarter Philharmoniker. He will make his debuts with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra and the Warsaw Philharmonic. He will lead the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra in a European tour with appearances at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, De Doelen in Rotterdam, and De Singel in Antwerp, among others.
Posted November 20, 2019