A musician with wide-ranging musical interests, conductor Julian Pellicano has made his mark with a multifaceted approach to programming and performing, engaging audiences in a diverse mélange of concerts and genres. Dedicated to invigorating performances of the traditional and contemporary symphonic repertoire, Julian’s range has also extended to films live with orchestra, classical and modern ballet, collaborations with composers, opera productions, pops, musical theater, multi-media productions, workshops, as well as carefully programmed concerts for young listeners.
“Hands down, one of the hardest-working musicians in Winnipeg...His versatility is truly astonishing”
- Winnipeg Free Press
Julian Pellicano will perform Jurassic Park Live, with the Seattle Symphony, May 29 - 30, 2019.
Julian was featured in The Georgia Straights in an interview by Mike Usinger talking about performing films live with orchestra and his upcoming performances with the Vancouver Symphony.
On December 6th, Julian will lead the Yale Philharmonia in eight new works for orchestra by Ryan Lindviet, Nate May, Frances Pollock, Aaron Levin, Anteo Fabris, Grant Luhmann and Tanner Porter.
After a successful debut in 2017, Julian has been re-invited to conduct two productions with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet during the 2018 / 2019 season. Working with renowned dancer and choreographer Lila York, he will kick off the RWB's season with a re-mounting of their critically acclaimed 2013 production, The Handmaid's Tale, with music by James MacMillan, Arvo Pärt, Alfred Schnittke, Andrzej Panufnik, Leonard Bernstein and John Corigliano. In 2019 Julian will close the RWB season with The Wizard of Oz, a new production co-commissioned by the RWB with a new score by composer Matthew Pierce.
Julian made his first appearance at the Palau De La Música in Valencia.
“Pellicano...led with confidence and efficiency, remaining firmly in control from start to finish.”
- LA LIBERTÉ
Daniel Preun, bassoon
New works by Faculty of Music students
Mozart: Concerto for Bassoon
Tchaikovsky: Symphony no. 1
Estacio: Wondrous Light
Holst: The Planets
Julian Pellicano exhibited confident direction, with a natural approach and rhythmic ease.
- LUXEMBURGER WORT