Stuttgart, Germany, who attended the Julliard School of Music in New York,
New York, and the University of Music and Arts in Vienna, Austria.
whom he has worked include the Baden-Baden Philharmonic, the BBC Symphony
Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Ensemble Midt
Vest, the London Philharmonic Orchestra, the London Symphony Orchestra, the
London Symphony Strings, the Manhattan Camerata,
the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, the Radio Symphony Orchestra Berlin, the
St. Petersburg Camerata, the Vienna Symphony
Orchestra, und die Westdeutschen Sinfonia Leverkusen.
November 2002, he was the guest soloist of the Baden-Baden Philharmonic as
they performed “Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in A minor, Op. 53”
by Antonin Dvorak, “Five Greek Dances for
String Orchestra” by Nikos Skalkottas, and “Symphony
No. 5” (“Reformation”) by Felix Mendelssohn.
Orchestra of Europe delivered the British premiere of Thomas Ades’ “Three Studies after Couperin”
on 22nd April 2007.
The concert, which was conducted by the composer, also included his “Violin
Concerto” (“Concentric Paths”) as well as Ludwig van
Beethoven’s “Symphony No. 1 in C major” and Franz Joseph
Haydn’s “Symphony No. 70 in D major”.
November 2009, the LSO appeared at Barbican Hall where they interpreted
Gustav Mahler’s “Symphony No. 10 in F sharp minor” (as
realized by Deryck Cooke, Berthold Goldschmidt,
Colin Matthews and David Matthews) and Mendelssohn’s “Violin
Tomo was the
soloist at the 6th Annual Lavender Festival in June 2010 in a
recital of The Four Seasons by
2010, he was the guest principal of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra in a
program that comprised Don Juan by Richard Strauss, “Piano Concerto
No. 3” by Bela Bartok, with Yefim Bronfman at the keys, and “Symphony No. 39”
by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
The LSO were
back at the Barbican on 17th February 2011 for Johannes Brahms’
“Violin Concerto”, Gary Carpenter’s “Fred and
Ginger”, Richard Strauss’s “Tod
und Verklarung”, und Richard Wagner’s
February 2011, the offered up a wall-to-wall Mahler concert that pitted the
master’s “Adagio “ from “Symphony
No. 10 in F sharp minor” against his “Symphony No. 9 in D major”.
Tomo gave a
solo recital on 13th March 2011 that consisted of Beethoven’s
“Violin Sonata in F major, Op. 24” (“Spring”),
Claude Debussy’s “Violin Sonata in G minor, L. 140”,
Dvorak’s “Four Romantic Pieces for Violin and Piano, Op. 75”,
George Gershwin’s “Summertime”, Leopold Godowsky’s “Alt
Wien”, Fritz Kreisler’s “Caprice Viennois,
Op. 2”, Pablo de Sarasate’s “Zigeunerweisen, Op. 20”, Dmitri Shostakovich’s
“Four Preludes, Op. 34” and Franz Waxman’s “Fantasia
on Themes from Bizet’s Carmen”.
April 2011, he was the featured soloist with the Manhattan Camerata at Grand Central Station in the Big Apple
where he performed “Partita No. 3” and “Violin Concerto
in E major” by Johann Sebastian Bach and “Winter” from The Four Seasons by Vivaldi.
Symphony Strings were joined by violinist Kala Ramnath
for music of Max De Wardener at the Barbican on 7th
February 2012, the LSO performed “Concerto for Orchestra” by Bela Bartok, “Concerto for Violin and Orchestra”
by Erich Korngold, and “The Isle of the Dead” by Sergei
Tomo was the
guest leader of the BBC Symphony Orchestra on 19th April 2012
when they interpreted “En Saga” and “Symphony No. 2”
by Jean Sibelius, and “Violin Concerto” by Balys
which he appears include The Genesis
Suite by Tolga Kashif
and Tomo Keller: Violine—Bach/Bartok/Ysaye.