John Mauceri’s distinguished and extraordinary career has brought him not only to the world’s greatest opera companies and symphony orchestras, but also to the musical stages of Broadway and Hollywood, as well as the most prestigious halls of academia. Regarded as the world’s leading performer of the music of Hollywood’s émigré composers, he has taken the lead in the preservation and performance of many kinds of music and has supervised/conducted premieres by composers as diverse as Debussy, Stockhausen, Korngold, Bernstein, Hindemith, Elfman, Ives, and Shore. As an accomplished recording artist, John Mauceri has over 70 albums to his name, and is the recipient of Grammy, Tony, Olivier, Drama Desk, Edison, Cannes Classique, Billboard, two Diapasons d’Or, two Emmys, and four Deutsche Schallplatten Awards.


WDR Radio 3 Concert
For Those We Love: Four Fates, Four Works.

Posted March 2nd, 2015

Salome Kammer and the WDR Radio Orchestra Cologne House, lead by John Mauceri, will embark on the track of the exiles, Schoenberg, Weill, Hindemith and Korngold.

March 4, 2015 20:05 CET (2:05pm Eat Coast, 11:05am West Coast)
WDR (West Deutsche Rundfunk) Radio 3

Schoenberg: Fanfare for a Bowl Concert (1945)
Hindemith: Prelude to a Requiem “For Those We Love [Beyond the Vail]” (1946)
Weill: The Seven Deadly Sins (dies Sieben Todsünden) – Salome Kammer, soloist (1933)
Korngold: Symphony in F-sharp (1947-1952)

The concert will be available for 30 days after this broadcast at the WDR Website.

Danny Elfman’s ‘Music From the Films of Tim Burton’ to Open 2015 Lincoln Center Festival

Posted February 3rd, 2015


Danny Elfman and John Mauceri’s collaboration “Music From the Films of Tim Burton,” will finally make it’s way to New York City to kick-off the 2015 Lincoln Center Festival.

Director Tim Burton’s rich oeuvre of films both strange and beautiful has enchanted audiences of all ages worldwide for three decades. This live concert spectacle features Elfman’s unforgettable Tim Burton film scores conjured vividly on stage. Performed with a full orchestra and choir, the concert is enhanced by the stunning visuals of Burton’s original sketches, drawings, story boards, and film clips rendered in exquisite detail on the big screen. Conducted by John Mauceri, founding director of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, and featuring a live performance by Danny Elfman singing the role of Jack Skellington from The Nightmare Before Christmas, highlights include music from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure, Beetlejuice, Batman, Batman Returns, Planet of the Apes, and Edward Scissorhands.

“Music From the Films of Tim Burton” will be performed July 6, 8-12 at the Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall.

For more information and tickets to “Music From the Films of Tim Burton” visit the Lincoln Center Festival website.

Gordon Cox provides a full summary of the upcoming festival at Variety.com.

Fanfare Magazine reviews “Music for Alfred Hitchcock”

Posted December 26th, 2014

fanfare-logoFanfare Magazine has published two reviews for John Mauceri’s “Music for Alfred Hitchcock”. You can read the full review at Fanfaremag.com.




Huntley Dent – published 10 December 2014

“[Hitchcock] found in Bernard Herrmann a soul mate of suspense. The two were masters of much more than suspense—anxiety, foreboding, suspicion, menace, melancholy, erotic mystery, and pure cold dread. Together, they provided an extended Liebestod for American innocence. It was never more luscious to be scared out of your wits.”

Read Huntley Dent’s full review


Arthur Lintgen – published 19 December 2014

“There have been several compilations of music from Alfred Hitchcock films, the best of which, by far, is the Decca Phase 4 recording with Bernard Herrmann conducting his own music, including Vertigo, Psycho, and North by Northwest, also included on this CD. John Mauceri’s interpretations are, as expected, uniformly good…”

 Read Arthur Lintgen’s full review


A Souvenir of Terror

Posted November 12th, 2014

HUFFPOSTPOL.jpgJohn has just posted new new article on the Huffington Post’s Arts & Culture blog.

Twenty-five years ago it was torn down. I was a little boy when it was erected and I remember thinking, “What kind of country needs to build a wall to keep its citizens in? Why would anyone want to do that? If Communism is so great, why don’t people just go there from countries that aren’t communist?” I was 14 years old then. I thought at the time that there should be a three-week period when everyone in the world could settle wherever he/she wanted. I suspected everyone would want to live in New York. In a way, I still do.

You can read the full article at Huffington Post.

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