French conductor Ludovic Morlot is Music Director of the Seattle Symphony. Read on to learn about his upcoming performance schedule, explore a range of video and audio samples, and hear the latest news about his performances and recordings.

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Concert Review: Aspen Music Festival with Alisa Weilerstein

27th July, 2015

Concert Review: Aspen Music Festival with Alisa Weilerstein

“In the first half of the concert, Morlot led a compelling performance of Stravinsky’s complete Petrushka ballet score, lavishing special attention on instrumental colors.”

“As it would be uncouth to keep a French conductor entirely from French music, Morlot sketched a leisurely and sonically soothing ‘Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun,’ with principal flute Nadine Asin voicing Debussy’s serpentine opening melody with gentle persistence.”


27 July 2015
Harvey Steiman / The Aspen Times

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Under the baton of Ludovic Morlot, the Seattle Symphony delivers electrifying performances of Varèse’s Amériques and Dvořák’s beloved “New World” Symphony on their latest album, the sixth on the Orchestra’s grammy-nominated label. Now available on CD or as a digital download from Amazon and iTunes.