Daniela Candillari

The New York Philharmonic

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Biography

Conductor Daniela Candillari continues to be recognized for her dynamic and compelling performances at opera houses and concert stages throughout North America and Europe. Her 2019–20 season features a number of important debuts, beginning with the world premiere of Hannah Lash’s Desire at the Miller Theatre in New York, followed by a site-specific production of Virgil Thomson’s The Mother of Us All at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, co-presented by the New York Philharmonic, The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s MetLiveArts, and The Juilliard School. She makes her Arizona Opera mainstage debut in November conducting Gregory Spears’s Fellow Travelers, which she led previously with both Lyric Opera of Chicago and Minnesota Opera. Following her acclaimed performances of Michael Gordon’s Acquanetta with the PROTOTYPE Festival, Ms. Candillari returns in January to conduct Julian Wachner’s Rev. 23, produced by Trinity Wall Street and directed by James Darrah. An avid educator, she spent the summer of 2019 conducting the west coast premiere of Jennifer Higdon’s Cold Mountain at the Music Academy of the West. She returns to the Manhattan School of Music in April for performances of Flotow’s Martha. She makes her Cincinnati Opera debut in the summer of 2020 for its 100th anniversary season, leading Dvořák’s Rusalka.

Recent engagements include her Opera Philadelphia debut in a new production of Rene Orth’s Empty the House, her Boston conducting debut in the world premiere of Dan Visconti’s PermaDeath, and her Asian debut conducting Du Yun’s Pulitzer Prize–winning opera Angel’s Bone in Hong Kong. Ms. Candillari appeared in concert with Trinity Wall Street’s NOVUS NY Festival to open its 2018 season in celebration of Leonard Bernstein’s centennial, and returned to Lyric Opera of Chicago in 2019 for Jack Perla’s An American Dream.

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