Miguel del Aguila Recording Now Available

Dirk’s recording with the Augusta Symphony of the Orchestral Works by composer Miguel del Aguila is now available on the Albani Label. It can be streamed on all platforms and purchased through the regular channels.

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Dirk Meyer

Dirk Meyer


German conductor DIRK MEYER is Music Director of the Augusta Symphony (GA), as well as the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra and the Lyric Opera of the North in Minnesota.

First Prize Winner of The American Prize in orchestral conducting Meyer has guest conducted many orchestras, including the Toronto and Edmonton Symphony Orchestras in Canada, the Phoenix Symphony Orchestra, the Orlando Philharmonic, the Symphony Orchestras of Springfield and Missouri, as well as the Naples Philharmonic and the Florida Orchestra. He has also collaborated with some of today's leading artists, including Jan Lisiecki, Lynn Harrell, Peter Serkin and Christine Brewer.

As a champion for orchestral music he has created many new concert experiences that include multimedia formats, as well as collaborations of all kinds. Among his latest endeavors is the recording of five orchestral works by Uruguayan-American composer Miguel del Aguila, in collaboration with Peermusic Classical. In October 2017 his efforts in the field of innovating the orchestral experience were recognized by the Depot Foundation with their Arts & Culture Initiative Award.

Meyer is also the author of Chamber Orchestra and Ensemble Repertoire. A Catalog of Modern Music and has led many world and U.S. premiers, including works by Arvo Pärt, Jonathan Leshnoff, Miguel del Aguila and Joby Talbot.

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1/7                  ASO

Grieg: Piano Concerto, First Mov. (Zhengyu Lu, piano)

Mahler: Symphony No.10, Adagio

Sibelius: Symphony No.2

1/21                  ASO

Havana Nights: Symphony Gala

2/2                  ASO

Queens of Soul

2/11                DSSO

Rachmaninoff: The Rock

Coleridge Taylor: Othello Suite

Sibelius: Symphony No.5

2/18                ASO

Wagner: Tannhäuser Overture

Koshinski: soniChroma (Gene Koshinski and Tim Broscius, percussion)

Tchaikovsky: Symphony No.4

2/25                DSSO

Tribute to John Williams

3/2                  ASO

Dance to the Movies

3/18                DSSO

Gershwin: Catfish Row

Still: Afro Amerian Symphony

Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No.3 (Terrance Willson, piano)

3/25                ASO

Ibert: Homage a Mozart

Price: Violin Concerto No.1 (Anastasia Petrunina, violin)

Vaughan Williams: Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis

Mozart: Symphony No.38 (Prague)

4/15                DSSO

Rott: Julius Caesar Overture

Elgar: Cello Concerto (Garbiel Martins, cello)

Bruckner: Symphony No.3

4/20                ASO

The Texas Tenors

4/29                ASO

Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No.3 (Alexander Korsantia, piano)

Bruckner: Symphony No.4

5/6                  DSSO

Montgomery: Banner

Copland: Old American Songs

Beethoven: Symphony No.9


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Meyer Catalog

Chamber Orchestra & Ensemble Repertoire

Chamber Orchestra and Ensemble Repertoire provides conductors, music administrators and librarians with the complete performance information of almost 4000 pieces by more than 1100 composers. 

“A must! This wonderful tool comes as a very helpful companion for programming and researching repertoire for chamber orchestra”. 

Ludovic Morlot, Conductor

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