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Keri-Lynn Wilson is making her HGO debut. Her career as a conductor at the world’s leading opera houses and orchestras spans more than 20 years. This fall, Wilson made her Metropolitan Opera debut, conducting a rare revival of Shostakovich's Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk, followed by her Teatro Colón debut in Buenos Aires, conducting Tosca. In summer 2022, she had the idea to defend Ukraine through music, which led her to help form the Ukrainian Freedom Orchestra, an ensemble composed of leading Ukrainian musicians from inside the embattled country, as well as recent refugees and Ukrainian members of European orchestras. Wilson has led the Ukrainian Freedom Orchestra across Europe and the United States, performing in Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Amsterdam, Warsaw, the London Proms, the Edinburgh Festival, Dublin, Orange, Lincoln Center, and the Kennedy Center. Wilson’s 2022-23 season includes her return to Covent Garden, conducting La traviata. Orchestral highlights include performances with Tokyo’s NHK Orchestra, the Hessische Staatsorchester Wiesbaden, the Filarmonica Arturo Toscanini in Parma, the Wrocław Philharmonic, Orchestre national Bordeaux Aquitaine, and the Lithuanian National Orchestra.

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