Domingo Hindoyan makes his Detroit Symphony debut this week with a pair of live-streamed concerts featuring music by Mozart, Roberto Sierra and Tania León.
The first, broadcast at 19:30 (EDT) on Thursday 11 March, will pair Mozart’s Symphony No.41 with the world premiere of Sierra’s Sinfonietta for String Orchestra. For the Friday concert, Domingo will be joined by violinist Baiba Skride for Mozart’s Violin Concerto K.207 before performing León’s Indigena, which explores the composer’s diverse ancestry.
The concerts represent a return to the US for Domingo having previously worked with The Metropolitan Opera and Chicago Lyric Opera of Chicago, while looking ahead to his concerts with the Utah Symphony in April 2021 which will also feature Sierra’s Sinfonietta alongside Bartók’s Divertimento for Strings.
Forthcoming highlights outside of North America include guest engagements with the festivals in Montpellier and Gstaad, performances with the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra of which he is Principal Guest Conductor, and his inaugural concerts as the incoming Chief Conductor of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.