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- Aaron COPLAND: "Hoe-Down" from Rodeo
- Duke ELLINGTON: "Come Sunday" from Black, Brown, and Beige
- Florence PRICE: Adoration
- Kurt WEILL: American Song Suite
- Samuel BARBER: Adagio for Strings, Op. 11
- Aaron COPLAND: "At the River" from Old American Songs
- Phillip GLASS: Echorus
- George GERSHWIN: Song Suite
Founded in 1945 by Edmond de Stoutz, the Zurich Chamber Orchestra cultivates a broad repertoire, ranging from baroque to classical and from romantic to contemporary music. Hope was appointed Music Director of the Zurich Chamber Orchestra, effective with the 2016-17 season, succeeding Sir Roger Norrington.
Hope has enjoyed a thriving international solo career for more than 30 years. Celebrated for his musical versatility and dedication to humanitarian causes, he has been recognized with a string of honors including the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany and the 2015 European Culture Prize for Music. An exclusive Deutsche Grammophon artist since 2007, he has an award-winning discography and is also a popular radio and television host who recently anchored the TV and streaming series Hope@Home. In 2019 he completed his 16th and final season as Associate Artistic Director of Georgia’s Savannah Music Festival as well as becoming Artistic Director of Dresden’s Frauenkirche Cathedral. Since 2020, following in the distinguished footsteps of Kurt Masur and Joseph Joachim, Hope started his tenure as President of the Beethoven-Haus Bonn.
There are few figures in today's classical music who so perfectly embody the role of ambassador for music as Daniel Hope.Gramophone