HarrisonParrott is delighted to welcome conductor Johann Stuckenbruck for general management
Highly sought after in opera houses and concert halls worldwide, American/British conductor Johann Stuckenbruck is fast establishing himself as an outstanding talent on the international stage.
Upcoming highlights of the 2021/22 season include Stuckenbruck’s Glyndebourne Tour debut conducting Don Pasquale and the world premiere of Glyndebourne’s latest commission Pay the Piper with PSAPPHA ensemble. He will also appear with the San Diego Symphony before returning to Glyndebourne.
In the concert hall, recent engagements have included conducting The Hallé, Royal Northern Sinfonia, Orchestre Victor Hugo Franche-Comté, Salomon Orchestra, and Royal Academy of Music Symphony Orchestra.
In opera, Stuckenbruck has conducted Kurt Weill’s The Tsar Has his Photograph Taken at the Bloomsbury Theatre to critical acclaim and has conducted productions of Lucia di Lammermoor and La Cenerentola. More recently, Stuckenbruck has worked with Robin Ticciati on Kátia Kabanová at the 2021 Glyndebourne Festival as well as the London Philharmonic Orchestra and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment for Glyndebourne’s Festival Concert Series. In addition, he has worked with Lee Reynolds on Opera’s award-winning recording of L’Enfant et les Sortilèges with the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Stuckenbruck has given numerous world premieres including works by Rob Keeley, Sophya Polevaya, Steve Pickett, Matthew Olyver, Tim Bowers and Robin Haigh. Stuckenbruck has also conducted in the world premieres of Joanna Lee’s vast community opera No Sound Ever Dies at the Brooklands Museum and Belongings by Lewis Murphy at Glyndebourne.