Music Director of the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia
Since 2010, Dirk Brossé is Music Director of The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia.
The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, a founding resident company of The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, is a 33-member professional ensemble led by Music Director, Sir Dirk Brossé. The orchestra mission is to be a sustainable musical institution that brings the intimate experience of a world-class chamber orchestra performance to the greater Philadelphia area, enriching the musical life of the City and region by the integrity and excellence of its musicianship, the boldness and vitality of its programming, and by cultivating and building the loyalty of its audiences, musicians and supporters.
Maestro Brossé is leading the orchestra since 2010. As Music Director he has worked with world class soloists such as Lorenzo Gatto, Elissa Lee Koljonen, Elena Urioste, Mark O’ Connor, Roberto Diaz, Gabriella Martinez, Sara Sant’Ambrogio, Conrad Tao, Ching-Yun Hu, HJ Lim, Rami Khalife, Mimi Stillman, Anthony Mcgill, Alison Balsom, Tine Thing Helseth, Catherine Michel, Wu Man, and Simon Shaheen and many other first class artists.
He conducted world premieres by following composers: Yoi-Kwong Chung, Michel Legrand, Jonathan Leshnoff, Hannibal Lokumbe, Elliot Goldenthal, Conrad Tao, Kenneth Fuchs, Daron Hagen, Nick DiBernardino, Steve Mackey, Andrea Clearfield, Simon Shaheen, Martha Mooke, Mark O’Connor, Raphael Fusco, Adam Vidiksis, Salvatore di Vittorio and Dai Wei.