Thursday night’s subscription season opener was saved by Giancarlo Guerrero, a five-time Grammy winner whose charismatic conducting and attention to detail brought to life the Mahler “Resurrection” Symphony in a performance that drew sustained cheers from the audience...Vigorously cuing the orchestra with incisive and emphatic gestures, Guerrero left no doubt about the depth of his acquaintance with the Mahler.Read More
“The vitality of this great orchestral performance sparked enthusiasm among the audience and inspired sheer breathlessness.”Read More
"[Elijah] was delivered with such vigor and feeling that the best elements of the work shone through. Mendelssohn’s driving rhythms produce a lot of energy, and his strongest melodies stick in the mind. Guest conductor Giancarlo Guerrero of the Nashville Symphony drew sharply accented performances from singers and musicians, who responded well to him."
Giancarlo Guerrero will lead 78 Young Musicians in Carnegie Hall's 2017 NYO2 Summer ProgramRead More