Concert Programs & Reviews

Per Brevig is attracting attention in Europe, South America and the United States as a conductor of remarkable ability and insight.

"So far the musicians are just clamoring to become part of the orchestra because of him."
-Margaret Rowan, East Texas Symphony director of finance.

The New York Times writes:
          "Brevig was utterly convincing and rewarding."
and
          "Per Brevig shaped the performance [of Rigoletto] artfully."

Musical America writes:
          "The performances of all these [avant garde] pieces were of high quality, and heaped credit upon conductor Brevig and the orchestra . . . a remarkable evening indeed."

New York Concert Review writes:
          "Per Brevig and St. Luke's performance was of a whole cloth, beautifully and carefully shaped, and impeccably played.  A remarkably responsive orchestra, artfully conducted . . . made it possible to luxuriate in the music-- an experience all too rare in the concert hall these days."

Leopold Stokowski says:
          "Per Brevig is a conductor of great talent."

Bergens Tidene (Norway) writes:
          "An exceptional conductor."


Concerts conducted by Per Brevig in the 2003/2004 season:

9-27-2002
9-29-2002
Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional (Costa Rica)
Conductor Per Brevig
Soloist Jacques Sagot, piano
Program

1-11-2003
East Texas Symphony Orchestra
Condutor Per Brevig
Soloist Lynn Harrell, cello
Program

4-26-2003
East Texas Symphony Orchestra
Conductor Per Brevig
Soloist Mark O'Connor, violin
Program

6-13-2003
6-15-2003
Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional (Costa Rica)
Conductor Per Brevig
Soloist Stephen Burns, trumpet
Program

11-22-2003
East Texas Symphony Orchestra
Conductor Per Brevig
Soloist Christine Brewer, soprano
Program

1-10-2004
East Texas Symphony Orchestra
Conductor Per Brevig
Soloist Helen Nightengale, violin
Soloist Lynn Harrell, cello
Program

2-7-2004
East Texas Symphony Orchestra
Conductor Per Brevig
Soloist Duo Renard, violin & viola
Program

3-13-2004
Manchester Symphony Orchestra & Chorale
Conductor Per Brevig
Soloist Darrett Adkins, cello
Program


Previous Concerts conducted by Per Brevig: