Lionel Bringuier

Lionel Bringuier

The French conductor Lionel Bringuier is one of the exceptional figures of his generation.
The artistic maturity and depth of his interpretations have played a key role in the
Collaboration with world-leading orchestras and internationally renowned artists, both in concert and opera houses, as well as in making numerous recordings.

Bringuier is a guest conductor with the Cleveland Orchestra, the Chicago, among others
Symphony Orchestra, the London Symphony Orchestra, the Munich Philharmonic and has conducted numerous world premieres, including Rand's Concerto for English Horn and Orchestra, Salonen's “Karawane” and the Swiss premiere of Saariaho's “Trans” for harp and orchestra.
All of Ravel's orchestral works with the Tonhalle Orchestra were recorded in April 2016
at the Deutsche Grammophon label.

Lionel Bringuier was named Chevalier de l'Ordre National du Mérite by the French government
and was awarded the Médaille d'or à l'unanimité avec les félicitations du jury à l'Académie Prince Rainier III de Monaco and the Médaille d'or by the city of Nice.

In 2006, Esa-Pekka Salonen, then director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, appointed Lionel Bringuier to his assistant. In 2007 he was appointed deputy director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic
selected. In the history of the orchestra he was the youngest conductor in this position. In 2011 he was appointed “Resident Conductor” of the orchestra.

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