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Orchestre National de France

Symphony

  • Founded in 1934 the Orchestre National de France was the first permanent symphony orchestra established in France. Since then, it has been led by some of the world's greatest names in music including Lorin Maazel, Charles Dutoit, Kurt Masur and Daniele Gatti. Emmanuel Krivine was appointed music director from 2017/18 season. 

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  • One of the most prestigious orchestras in France, Orchestre National de France (ONF) has long served as France's musical ambassador around the world.


    Under Emmanuel Krivine, the orchestra's first French Music Director in forty years, Intermusica renews its touring relationship with ONF from 2017 having previously delivered performances at the BBC Proms and in Spain, Luxembourg, the UK and the Netherlands over the past 10 years.   

Future tour
Return to Asia with Emmanuel Krivine
Asia, October 2018
After an absence of eight years the Orchestre National de France will return to Asia in 2018 under the direction of their new Principal Conductor Emmanuel Krivine, the orchestra's first French music director in over 30 years.

Performances

Ravel Alborada del Gracioso
Khachaturian Flute Concerto
(arr. Rampal)
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Franck Symphony in D

Emmanuel Krivine Principal Conductor
Emmanuel Pahud flute

Strauss Till Eulenspiegel
Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No.2
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Ravel Barque sur l'Océan
Debussy La Mer

Emmanuel Krivine Principal Conductor
Nikolai Lugansky piano

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Past tour
BBC Proms with Gatti
Europe, August 2010
Orchestre National de France return to the Royal Albert Hall for a programme featuring Debussy and Stravinsky's Rite of Spring under the direction of Music Director Daniele Gatti.

Performances

7 September 2010 
Royal Albert Hall, London  

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Past tour
Mahler Symphony No.3 in Luxembourg
Europe, May 2010
ONF and Music Director Daniele Gatti perform Mahler's Symphony No.3 at the Luxembourg Philharmonie, joined by soloist Christianne Stotijn.

Performances

2 May 2010
Luxembourg Philharmonie

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Past tour
Mahler at Amsterdam Concertgebouw
Europe, December 2009
Matthias Goerne joins the Orchestre National de France for a concert of Mahler in Amsterdam under the direction of Daniele Gatti.

The concert features the complete Des Knabenwunderhorn with Goerne as soloist and Mahler's Symphony No.1. 

Performances

18 December 2009 
Concertgebouw, Amsterdam 

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Stephen Lumsden
Managing Director
+44 20 7608 9911

Vicky Shilling
Associate Director, International Touring
+44 20 7608 9931
vshilling@intermusica.co.uk

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