New York 1, Paris 0... If the departure of Gustavo Dudamel has all the disavowal for the "Grande Boutique" (and more generally for the image of the France), it will not have made only unfortunate across the Atlantic. The day after the announcement of his resignation, Deborah Borda, the boss of the New York Philharmonic, expressed in the New York Times her hope to see him spend a little more time, starting next season, with the phalanx of which he is to officially take the musical direction from September 2026.
Not hesitating to describe his departure from the Paris Opera as a "bold and important" step for his career. This is food for thought when you know that no decision has yet been made for the two operas that Dudamel was to conduct in Paris next season (Lohengrin and The Exterminating Angel).
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