Stewart Rose, French horn, has performed as guest principal horn with the New York Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, and Saito Kinen Orchestra. He has appeared at the Marlboro, Tanglewood, Mostly Mozart, Spoleto, Edinburgh, Eastern Shore, and Bridgehampton festivals. A frequent guest with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, he has performed with the Ensemble Wein-Berlin and the Met Chamber Ensemble with James Levine. He has played with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra since 1981 and has been principal horn of Orchestra of St. Luke’s since 1983. He also served as principal horn with New York City Opera for twenty-five years. Mr. Rose’s first solo recording was From the Forest, a collection of works for horn and orchestra by Haydn, Telemann, Leopold Mozart, and Förster, with St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble. Other recordings include first horn on New York Philharmonic releases, including Berlioz’s Harold in Italy with Lorin Maazel, Sebastian Currier’s Time Machine with Anne-Sophie Mutter and Alan Gilbert, and Concerto: One Night in Central Park with Andrea Bocelli; Tchaikovsky’s Winter Dreams and The Tempest with Pablo Heras-Casado and Orchestra of St. Luke’s; and Kevin Puts’s Seven Seascapes with the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival. He is also heard on Paul Simon’s Songs from The Capeman, Lenny Kravitz’s Love Revolution, and Pat Metheny’s soundtrack for A Map of the World.
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