NOI is excited to welcome conductor Manuel López-Gómez this week for the final concert of the NOI+F 2017 Season. López-Gómez began his musical career as a violinist in the Simón Bolívar Orchestra, before studying conducting with José Antonio Abreu, founder of El Sistema in Venezuela. López-Gómez collaborated with Gustavo Dudamel in several symphonic and operatic projects, and has distinguished himself as a conductor in his own right. In 2014, López-Gómez assembled and conducted an orchestra of various El Sistema musicians from around the world for a televised performance at the UN General Assembly in New York City, with Lang Lang as soloist, and has since conducted several major orchestras and operatic productions around the world. Join Maestro López-Gómez and the NOI festival orchestra for a concert of Strauss, Elgar, and Tchaikovsky on Saturday to celebrate the end of their wonderful 30th anniversary season!
📷by Geoff Sheil
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