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Yves Abel is the Chief Conductor of the NordwestDeutsche Philarmonie, Germany.
Principal Guest Conductor of the Deutsche Oper Berlin from 2005 to 2011, Yves Abel is a regular guest at the world’s great opera houses such as the Metropolitan Opera, Royal Opera Covent Garden, La Scala, Milan, Vienna Staatsoper, Opera National de Paris, Gran Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona.  
In concert, he has conducted major symphony orchestras world wide in cities which include Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Lyon, Toulouse, Dublin, Liverpool, Toronto, Montreal, New York, San Francisco, Genova, Napoli, Bologna, Porto, Berlin, to name a few.
Founder and Music Director of L'Opéra Francais de New York, he has breathed new life into many  rare French operas including the world premiere of Dusapin’s ‘To be Sung’.
In 2009 he was awarded the title Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French Government.


28 August - Herford
29 August - Bad Salzuflen

Concert with the NordWestDeutsche Philharmonie and Maria Luigia Borsi:

- La Boutique Fantasque Suite (Ottorino Respighi)
- Il Tramonto (Ottorino Respighi)
- La Dame de Monte Carlo (Francis Poulanc)
- L'Arlesienne Suite n. 1 e n. 2 (Georges Bizet)


Yves ends a run of critically acclaimed performances of Madama Butterfly with l'Opera di Roma at the Caracalla baths and recently did "L'Elisir d'Amore" in concert at the Tivoli Festival in Copenhagen with Lawrence Brownlee and Olga Peretyatko