CONDUCTOR PAUL NADLER  
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            CONDUCTOR PAUL NADLER 
                                                                                                     Biography

Maestro Paul Nadler is an exciting and highly respected symphonic and operatic conductor who has led the Metropolitan Opera company in over 60 performances since his debut in 1989. In addition to being Conductor Emeritus of the Southwest Florida Symphony Orchestra, which he headed for 16 years, and Principal Guest Conductor of the Filarmonica de Stat “Moldova” Iasi (Romania), he has conducted opera performances and led symphony orchestras throughout the United States and Canada, in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.

This season Maestro Nadler returns to the Metropolitan Opera in April to conduct performances of Verdi's early masterpiece, Ernani. Next season he will be at the Met for productions of Anna Bolena, Die Fledermaus, Simone Boccanegra, and Otello. He will also return to the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University for a symphony concert in April, for a 
production of The Barber of Seville in October, and for symphony concerts in October and November of 2015 and in January and March of 2016. May and June of 2015 find him in Romania, for concerts with the Bucharest Philharmonic (May) and the Iasi Philharmonic (June), followed by a production of Mascagni's Zanetto with ICAV in Montreal (August).   

At the Metropolitan Opera Maestro Nadler has most recently conducted performances of a new production of Franz Lehar's The Merry Widow, starring Renee Fleming, Kelli O'Hara, and Nathan Gunn, as well as performances of Johann Strauss' Die Fledermaus and Dvorak's Rusalka, the latter also starring Ms. Fleming.

In recent concerts with the Bucharest Philharmonic, Maestro Nadler has conducted Robert Schumann’s Third Symphony and the premiere of the piano concerto Lebenskraft by the Romanian composer Livia Teodorescu Ciocanea. Other recent engagements include: Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette at the Metropolitan Opera
and Faust, Tosca, and The Barber of Seville with Opera Naples, as well as opening the season of Opéra Montréal with Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro. Highlights of recent seasons include two gala concerts with the Orchestra of the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing as well as the "I Sing Beijing" American premiere at Alice Tully Hall.

Maestro Paul Nadler has appeared as Guest Conductor with the following Symphony Orchestras: 

Europe:
Augsburg Symphony (Germany)      
Orquestra de Navarra (Spain)
Orchestra Sinfonica Siciliana (Palermo/Italy)
Bucharest Philharmonic                      
Romanian National Radio Orchestra
Brasov Philharmonic (Romania)       
Iasi Philharmonic (Romania)    
Timisoara Symphony (Romania)  
          
Middle East & Asia:
Bangkok Symphony Orchestra Orchestra  
Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra  
Hong Kong Symphony Orchestra
Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra

United States, Canada & Mexico:
Chautauqua Music Festival Orchestra
Grant Park Symphony Orchestra 
Tucson Symphony Orchestra
Knoxville Symphony Orchestra
Spokane Symphony
Mannes College Orchestra
Florida Philharmonic
Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra 
New World Symphony
Prince William Symphony (Virginia)
Victoria Symphony (British Columbia)
Orlando Philharmonic
Calgary Philharmonic 
Saskatoon Symphony
Orchestra Carlos Chavez (Mexico)

In concert Conductor Paul Nadler has collaborated with renowned soloists such as: Emanuel Ax, Jan DeGaetani, Misha Dichter, Glenn Dicterow, J
orja Fleezanis, Lynn Harrell, Lorin Hollander, Donald McInnes, Garrick Ohlsson, Elmar Olivera, Nathaniel Rosen, Jeffrey Siegel, Joseph Silverstein, Paul Sperry, and Barry Tuckwell.

Maestro Nadler’s diverse repertoire at the Metropolitan Opera includes Die Zauberflöte, Fidelio, Rigoletto, Aida, Don Carlo, La Traviata, Un Ballo in Maschera, Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Tannhäuser, Andrea Chenier, Carmen, Eugene Onegin, and Stravinsky’s triple bill Le Sacre du Printemps/Le Rossignol/Oedipus Rex. He has led performances there featuring such stars as: Placido Domingo, Michael Fabiano, Renée Fleming, Nathan Gunn, Ben Heppner, Karita Mattila, Angela Meade, Francesco Meli, Anna Netrebko, Luciano Pavarotti, Louis Quilico, and Bryn Terfel.

Other operatic credits include performances with the opera companies of: Indianapolis, Utah, Minnesota, Syracuse, Orlando, and the Florentine and Glimmerglass Operas. Internationally, Maestro Nadler has conducted the Hong Kong Opera as well as had operatic engagements in Montréal, Calgary, Victoria (Canada),
Bucharest (Romania), and Plovdiv, Varna, and Russe (Bulgaria.) 


In December 2002 Paul Nadler conducted at the Kennedy Center Awards
ceremony in honor of his colleague
 James Levine.

Early in his career
Paul Nadler won the Jerusalem Symphony Competition. He is  Co-Founder and Music Director of IVAI, the prestigious International Vocal Arts Institute, in its 26th season, offering professional opera workshops in such diverse locations as Tel Aviv, 
Montréal, Virginia, Puerto Rico, and the Far East. He also founded the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra and was its Music Director and Conductor for ten years. In 2008 he returned to the Chamber Orchestra to lead a celebration in honor of its 35th season.

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or to book concert or opera engagements, 
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