Here at Mulange we like to think of all the ways to make your life more delicious and one of them is hearing great music and meeting the men and women that create it. Whether Classical, Jazz, Rock, Hip Hop, and even Showtunes, we want to hook you up with an inside look at the most influential artists of our time.
This why I was so grateful that Maestro Serebrier took a moment to speak to me about his upcoming CD of world premieres and a new book of his brilliant life in stories. Serebrier first conducted an orchestra at the age of eleven. Made his New York conducting debut with the American Symphony Orchestra was at Carnegie Hall at twenty-seven. A progressive and melodic composer, his works have been greeted with kudos and excitement. He is one of the most recorded conductors in the world with 37 Grammy Nominations and 8 wins, including the Latin American Grammy for the “Carmen” Symphony.
“José Serebrier Portraits of the Maestro”
By Michel Fauré – Forward by John Corigliano
With more than three hundred recordings to his name and multiple GRAMMY nominations, José Serebrier is one of the busiest and most successful conductors around. Admired across the globe, he has proven for several decades that he is not only one of the most original composers, but that he is also a major conductor for our times, one which the legendary Leopold Stokowski has called “the greatest master of orchestral balance”.
This book recounts his artistic journey and shares his many fascinating stories about encounters with famous personalities, past and present, in the classical music world.
As the product of several years of conversations, his comments have been collected and annotated. They are accompanied by an updated and complete discography, a list of his 100+ published compositions, and critical observations by major music historians.
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers / Amadeus Press
New CD Release
Last Tango Before SunriseJosé Serebrier & Orquesta Filarmónica de Málaga