Nicholas makes his debut with the Salzburg Mozarteumorchester on 14 December at the Mozarteum Salzburg. He’ll conduct the orchestra in a programme of Mozart Piano Concerto No.22 with soloist Till Fellner and R. Schumann Six Pieces in Canonical Form (edited by Claude Debussy and Robin Holloway) and Symphony No.2.
Prior to this, Nicholas conducts the Aurora Orchestra in two concerts at Kings Place on 24 November and 9 December. On 24 November, he and the orchestra are joined by pianists Katia and Marielle Labèque to perform Mozart’s double piano concerto, No.10, as well as Ravel Mother Goose Suite for four hands. Also on the programme are Stravinky Concerto in D for Strings and Schubert Symphony No.5.
Then on 9 December, he and the Auroras perform an all-Mozart programme: Piano Concerto No.8 with soloist Tom Poster, concert aria ‘Ch’io mi scordi di te? … Non temer, amato bene’ with soloist Sophie Bevan, Exsultate, jubilate and Symphony No.29.