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Miloš Repický

Miloš Repický

Miloš Repický is serving his fourteenth season on the music staff of the Metropolitan Opera with Janáček’s Káťa Kabanová. Other recent productions include Rusalka, Jenůfa, Anna Bolena, Otello, The Death of Klinghoffer and Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk.

He enjoys regular collaborations with The Cleveland Orchestra including Lulu this season and previously Ariadne auf NaxosCunning Little Vixen at Severance Hall, Vienna's Musikverein and in Luxembourg, Pelléas et Mélisande, Daphne at the Lincoln Center Festival, and Bluebeard’s Castle/Miraculous Mandarin with Joffrey Ballet. He works regularly with the Santa Fe Opera and the Canadian Opera Company and previously with Houston Grand Opera, Spoleto Festival, San Francisco Opera Center, Kennedy Center, the Royal Opera House Muscat in Oman, and the Orquestra Nacional de Galicia in Spain. Collaborations as guest music director with Toronto-based Against the Grain Theatre include #UncleJohn and the development of a new, immersive work, No One's Safe, at the Banff Centre. At Kennedy Center's World Stages Festival he conducted Tobin Stokes and Heather Raffo's new opera, Fallujah. He has performed for the Ottawa International Chamber Festival, Curtis on Tour, Carnegie Hall, Medici TV, TED, Alice Tully Hall, Jeunesses-Musicales de Montréal, and the Banff Center. He is featured pianist on the Sundialtech Pictures multimedia DVD of Pierrot Lunaire. 

Miloš Repický is on the Opera/Vocal faculty at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia and has been guest faculty at the Juilliard School, Cincinnati - College Conservatory of Music, Yale University, the Chautauqua Institution and the Castleton Festival. With his spouse, Lilah Gosman, he is co-artistic director of Music for Montauk, on the East End of Long Island.