21 August 2020

Anton Bruckner – Symphony No. 4Altomonte Festival OrchestraInternational Brucknertage FestivalSt. Florian Basilica, Upper Austria
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18 October 2019

W.A. Mozart – Overture “Figaro”W.A. Mozart – Symphony No. 41 “Jupiter”J. Haydn – Symphony No. 101 “The Clock”F. Schubert – 6 German Dances Klangkollektiv WienLoreley Saal, Vienna
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23 August 2019

Anton Bruckner – Symphony No. 2 Altomonte Festival Orchestra International Brucknertage Festival St. Florian Basilica, Upper Austria
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23 March 2019

Franz Schubert – Symphony No. 3Ludwig v. Beethoven – Symphony No. 3Klangkollektiv Wien Loreley-SaalVienna
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24 October 2018

Joseph Haydn –  Symphony No. 104Franz Schubert – “Sechs Deutsche Tänze”, D 820 (arr. Anton v. Webern)Franz Schubert – Symphony No. 8 “Unfinished” Klangkollektiv Wien Wiener KonzerthausVienna
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About Rémy

Born in Paris, Rémy Ballot is Chief Conductor of the Klangkollektiv Wien and Conductor in Residence of the Brucknertage St. Florian. Due to his sensationally received interpretations of Anton Bruckner’s symphonies, he is regarded as an insiders’ tip by the up-and-coming generation of conductors. Rémy Ballot has worked with various renowned orchestras such as the Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg, the Stage Orchestra of the Vienna State Opera, the Salzburg Philharmonic or the Orchestre National des Pays de la Loire. Rémy Ballot also gained an extraordinary reputation as an orchestra teacher. Since 2009/10 he has been artistic advisor to the Ossiach Orchestra Academy, which is under the patronage of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. He also works closely with the Filasteen Young Musicians Orchestra of the Barenboim-Said Foundation, with whom he regularly conducts concert and orchestra projects in Israel. And since 2018 Rémy Ballot has worked regularly with the Havana National Orchestra and the Mozarteum Liceo Cuba.

Latest Recording

When the first bars of Schubert’s “Unfinished” symphony reached the recording devices in March 2018, it was the birth of a new ensemble: the KlangKollektiv Wien. Under the direction of their newly chosen principal conductor Rémy Ballot, musicians from Vienna’s most renowned orchestras gathered together to celebrate the music of the Viennese Classical period and to experience it collectively anew. In order to take into account the unique sound culture of this fresh ensemble, the producers of this album (label Gramola, release date: late 2018) did not want to miss out on using even the highest quality analogue recording equipment. In every bar of Symphony No. 1 D 82 and the “Unfinished”, the mutual love for music can be felt with which the KlangKollektiv Wien and Rémy Ballot set out on its self-imposed mission.