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Tito Muñoz concludes 10-year tenure at The Phoenix Symphony

After 10 years as the Virginia G. Piper Music Director of The Phoenix Symphony, Tito Muñoz’s tenure, one of the longest in the organisation’s history, will conclude this Sunday 12th May. The Phoenix Symphony has recently celebrated Tito Muñoz’s final season with a series of events between the 26th April – 12th May entitled ‘Tito’sRead more ›

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Tito Muñoz makes Carnegie Hall debut

On Tuesday 27th February, Tito Muñoz will make his Carnegie Hall debut in a sold-out performance of Carl Orff’s iconic work, Carmina Burana as part of Carnegie Hall’s city-wide festival, ‘Fall of the Weimar Republic: Dancing on the Precipice’. Tito will lead over 200 musicians in the Stern Auditorium, consisting of the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, Westminster Symphonic Choir,Read more ›

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Dego debuts with Swedish Radio

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Tonight, violinist Francesca Dego makes her debut with Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra. The Italian-American will perform Busoni’s Violin Concerto, conducted by Daniele Rustioni, with a repeat performance on Friday. This kicks off a very busy month for Francesca which includes her first projects as Artist in Focus at Ulster Orchestra (16, 17) with the Sibelius Violin Concerto,Read more ›

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Tito Muñoz launches the Phoenix Symphony 23/24 Season

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Returning for his 10th season as Virginia G. Piper Music Director, Tito Muñoz will open the Phoenix Symphony’s 2023-2024 season tonight in Phoenix Symphony Hall. Tito opened his very first Phoenix season with Orff’s Carmina Burana, so it is fitting that he will now launch his 10th anniversary season with the ever popular work, precededRead more ›

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Tito Muñoz returns to the Utah Symphony

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After very successful performances in Salt Lake City in March 2022, Tito returns this week for a programme which includes Gabriela Lena Frank’s Elegía Andina, Florence Price’s Piano Concerto in One Movement and Shostakovich’s monumental Symphony No. 10. Tito’s 2022-23 season is his penultimate as Music Director with the Phoenix Symphony, after which he becomesRead more ›

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Tito Muñoz steps in to conduct the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra

Bravo to Tito Muñoz for stepping in at the eleventh hour to conduct the BBC last week. The programme included Anna Clyne: This Midnight Hour, Chopin: Piano Concerto No. 1, featuring Eric Lu, and Bartok: Concerto for Orchestra. “Muñoz’s pacing was masterfully gauged […] He certainly had the SSO playing their best so far thisRead more ›

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Tito Muñoz jumps in with the Detroit Symphony

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Tito Muñoz, returning from a week at Brevard Music Center, had just landed at Newark Airport near New York City on Sunday afternoon when he received a call from us re-routing him to Detroit to jump in with the DSO this week. He will appear in two performances at Interlochen Center for the Arts, oneRead more ›

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Tito Muñoz makes his debut with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

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In a triumph of determination over Covid-related hurdles, New York-based conductor Tito Muñoz makes his debut with the RPO at Cadogan Hall in London on 19th May 2021. This will be the orchestra’s first concert at the hall after the latest relaxation of restrictions, and promises to be a memorable event for everyone involved. TheRead more ›

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Tito Muñoz makes his New York Philharmonic debut.

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The New York Philharmonic Orchestra has launched a new streaming series called NYPhil+ This week, Tito Muñoz conducts the following programme, in his first performance with the orchestra: Copland              Quiet City ML Williams        Selections from Zodiac Suite Still                      Out of the Silence Ives                     The Unanswered Question Copland               Appalachian Spring (for 13 instruments) For moreRead more ›

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Tito Muñoz: Orchestre national d’Île-de-France

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Tito Muñoz begins the year in Europe, conducting concerts with the Orchestre national d’Île-de-France over the coming week. The ‘Passions Russes’ programme includes Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto performed by soloist Alena Baeva, along with his 6th Symphony ‘Pathétique’. Muñoz made his debut with the orchestra in the 2019/20 season with a programme which included Beethoven’s ViolinRead more ›

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