Japanese tour

For four concerts and three different programmes these days, Tomáš is leading the YOMIURI NIPPON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA in Tokyo. With this famous ensemble he will perform at the Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre and Suntory Hall, where they will present Mahler’s Titan, Dvořák’s New World Symphony and Janáček’s Taras Bulba, among others. They will be joined by […]

21st November 2022

From Geneva to Brno. Tomáš conducts Katya Kabanova at the Janáček Brno Festival

On two nights during the 8th Janáček Brno opera and music festival, Tomáš will be at the helm of the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, with whom he won over the Geneva audience and the press in October: “With an orchestra that is in great shape, conductor Tomáš Netopil performs miracles,” says the ResMusica website, […]

10th November 2022

A rich musical autumn

After the end of the extremely successful Summer Music Academy in Kroměříž, Tomáš immediately jumped into preparations for a new, very rich concert season. He will open it with a pair of September concerts with the Essen Philharmonic and violinist Frank Peter Zimmermann. Two new opera productions will follow: at the Aalto Musiktheater Essen Tomáš […]

25th October 2022

The International Summer Music Academy in Kroměříž

Concert Kroměříž 2021

APPLY NOW FOR THE 5TH SUMMER MUSIC ACADEMY IN KROMĚŘÍŽ The Summer Music Academy in Kroměříž is celebrating its 5th anniversary. Come and join us! The International Summer Music Academy in Kroměříž was established by Tomáš 5 years ago. He has invited for collaboration prominent performers of classical music, who will, in their roles as […]

29th March 2022

New release: Idomeneo from Wiener Staatsoper on DVD

W. A. Mozart: Idomeneo

Orchestra of Wiener Staatsoper / Conductor: Tomáš Netopil /Artists: Bernard Richter, Rachel Frenkel, Irina Lungu, Valentina Naforniță /Chorus of Wiener Staatsoper /Staged by Kasper Holten Idomeneo is considered as the first of the seven uncontested masterworks of Mozart’s dramatic oeuvre and it is perhaps even the most revolutionary and forward-looking of his work. In “Kasper […]

28th February 2022