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Rebecca Miller, Conductor
January 20, 2017
Rebecca appointed Associate Conductor of the Southbank Sinfonia

Our 15th birthday year begins with the appointment of Rebecca Miller as Southbank Sinfonia’s new Associate Conductor. Described by The Times as ‘a miracle of perpetual motion’, Rebecca has been a frequent guest artist in recent years, always bringing brilliant energy and exactitude to projects. A standing ovation met our 2016 Beethoven ‘Eroica’ collaboration, building on previous Free Rush Hour Concerts featuring Strauss, Stravinsky, Piazzolla and more.

Ahead of our 2017 programme, Southbank Sinfonia is excited to reveal two new artistic appointments to our team: Rebecca Miller joins us as Associate Conductor, and the Allegri Quartet as Associate Artists.

In 2017, Rebecca will join the orchestra for a Free Rush Hour Concert featuring Haydn’s ‘London’ Symphony and Korngold’s Violin Concerto, and again later in the year to conduct Bach’s magnificent B Minor Mass.

“I’m thrilled to be appointed Associate Conductor of Southbank Sinfonia. It’s been a great pleasure to work with this amazing, unique organisation, and an honour to have been one of their few annually-returning artists. I’m continually amazed at the orchestra’s innovation, creativity, resourcefulness, cutting-edge projects, and the extremely high quality that they put into everything that they do.

I of course have much admiration for the extremely talented young players who join every year, but also for the amazing management team and unique organisational structure which I think is a real paradigm for orchestras. Southbank Sinfonia’s impressive and expansive structure of partnerships looks to the future, creating a long-lasting web of community connections and truly taking music across borders and boundaries. It continually proves that music is an essential part of human culture and a means for bringing us together.

I am excited to embark on this new chapter of my relationship with the orchestra and can’t wait to see what our collective creative thinking will bring.” Rebecca Miller

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