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He is also Artistic Director of the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen’s ECHO and Deutsche Gründerpreis winning “Zukunftslabor”.

The timestamp is only as accurate as the clock in the camera, and it may be completely wrong.Unanimous winner of the 2005 Leeds Conductor’s Competition, he has since worked regularly with the leading orchestras of Europe, North America, Asia and Australasia.This season sees him returning twice to Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, as well as to the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, the Hong Kong Philharmonic and Göteborgs Symfoniker and Melbourne and New Zealand Symphony Orchestras.It’s a chilly fall Friday in Ottawa, but at one particular party, things are heating up.About 600 people are working up a sweat, jumping up and down and throwing their hands in the air, while international A-list DJ Skratch Bastid spins beats.In January 2017 he again leads the Bundesjugendorchester on an extensive national tour.Alexander’s operatic engagements have included The Merry Widow and Gounod’s Romeo and Juliet (Den Kongelige Opera); La Bohème (Opera Lyra/National Arts Centre), Iolanta (Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen), Così fan Tutte (Opéra national de Montpellier) and The Marriage of Figaro (Opera North) in 2015.But peripheral activities were eclectic and inclusive: late-night shows juxtaposing Schumann’s lieder with contemporary Canadian singer-songwriters; a commissioned painting by New Yorker cover artist Anita Kunz; and the dance party with Skratch Bastid, aka Paul Murphy, a virtuoso in his own his own right.(One set featured a trio of NACO musicians riffing on Schumann and Beethoven themes to Bastid’s turntable fireworks.In 2017 he leads a co-production of Harry Somers’ Louis Riel with the NACO and Canadian Opera Company.Reviews of his recent recordings for Deutsche Grammophon praised an “uncanny gift for looking past but not indiscriminately discarding accumulated traditions and forming his own interpretations of familiar pieces” (Voix des Arts).

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