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Roland Boer (Conductor)

Roland Böer, who studied piano, composition and conducting, launched his career as a conductor at the Frankfurt Opera (2002–2008), having earlier worked both there and at the German Opera on the Rhein in Düsseldorf as a répétiteur. He was assistant to Antonio Pappano at Bayreuth, La Monnaie and the Royal Opera House Covent Garden. 


He has built long-term operatic relationships with the opera houses of Frankfurt, Strasbourg, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Vienna, London, Bari, and Nice. He has also worked extensively as a guest conductor at La Scala, Roma Opera, Covent Garden, Prague State Opera, La Monnaie, German Opera and Comic Opera in Berlin, Polish National Opera, Hungarian State Opera, and Bern State Theatre.


He has collaborated with La Scala Orchestra, the Orchestra of the Santa Cecilia Academy, the London Symphony Orchestra and the Philharmonia Orchestra, the Orchestras of Toscana, Padua, Nice, Turin, Liverpool, Oslo, Bergen, Bamberg, as well as the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra and Kaiserslautern Radio Philharmonic Orchestra. He has conducted the Ensemble Modern, Northern Sinfonia, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, the Bremen Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra, and other chamber orchestras and ensembles. 


In 2009, he became musical director of the International Art Workshop and Festival in Montepulciano. Since 2015, he has also held the position of artistic director of the festival, where he also conducted the world premiere of Icarus, an opera by David Blake and Keith Warner.


Böer’s discography includes recording of Die Zauberflöte in William Kentridge’s production at La Scala, works by Glazunov and Schumann with the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, and two discs with the Philharmonia Orchestra: Adagietto, a solo album with the Japanese soprano Michié Nakamaru, and the world première recording of Federico Ricci’s Corrado d’Altamura.


Since 2017, he has been a guest conductor with the Mikhailovsky Theatre.

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