New Australian post for Nicholas McGegan
Rayfield Allied is delighted to announce that Nicholas McGegan has been invited to be the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra’s first Artist-in-Association from their 2014 season.
Following on from a highly successful week conducting the ASO in 2012, he begins his new relationship with the orchestra by curating a two-week Beethoven festival in September 2014, featuring concerts with pianist Robert Levin who will play Beethoven’s First Piano Concerto.
On his appointment Nicholas McGegan said: “I am truly thrilled to have been asked to come and make music with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra over the next few years.”
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