Noam Zur is the Artistic Director & Chief Conductor of the Salta State Symphony Orchestra in Argentina, as well as the Principal Guest Conductor of the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra in Croatia. His repertoire includes over 30 operas and more than 250 symphonic works, from baroque music to contemporary compositions.

From 2015 to 2018, he was the Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of the "Tino Pattiera International Opera Arias Festival" in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
In the years 2011-2015 he was the Principal Conductor & Artistic Associate of the Kammerphilharmonie Frankfurt, Germany.  

He was Principal Resident Conductor at the TuP (Aalto Theater) Essen until August 2010 and prior to that, during 2005-2007, the Principal Resident Conductor and Deputy Music Director of the Opera and Philharmonic Orchestra of Heidelberg, Germany. In 2006, Maître Pierre Boulez chose Noam Zur as his assistant as well as consultant and conductor for the Lucerne Festival Academy Orchestra (2006-2008).

Maestro Noam Zur also works as an arranger and orchestrator. His orchestrations have been performed in Germany, the Netherlands, Israel, Mexico, and Argentina. In August 2016 he recorded the world première of his version for chamber orchestra of Debussy's piano Preludes with the WDR Funkhausorchester in Cologne, Germany.

Since 2001, Zur performed in major concert halls and with leading orchestras in the USA, Israel, South Africa, Middle and South America, and all of Europe, as well as regularly conducting opera and ballet productions in Germany, Vienna, Israel, Romania, and Argentina.

In addition to his composing and conducting career, Zur is also an active educator, having led masterclasses for conductors, instrumentalists and singers and having been engaged as guest professor in Israel, Argentina, Mexico, and Romania.

 

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