Keri-Lynn Wilson



“The tall, blond, ponytail wizard with a baton.” -The Guardian, Fiona Maddocks Maestro Keri-Lynn Wilson’s international conducting career spans over twenty years, leading some of the world’s most prestigious orchestras – such as the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks – and operas at the world’s top opera houses, including the Royal […]


Judith Neuhoff
Managing Director

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Francesca Condeluci
Associate Director, North America

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Artist Manager

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Simone Samuel
Managerial Assistant

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Keri-Lynn Wilson: Shostakovich 10th Symphony in Bordeaux

On May 15, Maestra Keri-Lynn Wilson conducts a program consisting of great works by Shostakovich played by Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine. The concert begins with the majestic Festive Overture followed by Shostakovich’s 10th symphony. The concert takes place in Auditorium de Bordeaux.

Keri-Lynn Wilson, Olga Kulchynska: Rebuild Ukraine benefit Gala in Berlin

Rolando Villazón and Olga Kulchynska join the Rebuild Ukraine benefit gala under the baton of Maestra Keri-Lynn Wilson in Konzerthaus Berlin on April 19, 2024. Together with other world renowned and Ukrainian stars accompanied by the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin they will perform this benefit concert under the patronage of the President of the European Commission, Dr. Ursula von der Leyen and the Mayor of Berlin, Kai Wegner.

Keri-Lynn Wilson: Symphony concert with the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra

Maestra Keri-Lynn Wilson conducts a symphony concert with the title “Variations For Friends and About Friends” with the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra. The program consists of Diptych for string orchestra by the ukranian Composer Myroslav Skoryk, Edward Elgar’s Enigma Variations and Max Bruch’s Concerto for two pianos and orchestra in A flat minor. The double piano concerto is performed by the two winners of the Kaunas Piano Fest Competition 2022, Kamilė Zaveckaitė and Marcel Lazăr. The concert takes place on April 13 in the National Philharmonic Concert Hall in Vilnius.