Describing the reason for her departure as a “very personal decision”, Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla added that she hopes to relinquish “administrative responsibility for being a music manager” and pay more attention to “pure musical activities”. Classicfm.
The CBSO states that Gražinytė-Tyla will extend its commitment to the orchestra one more season, until 2022. summer.
“We are delighted to continue our relationship with Mirga and we are immensely grateful for the infinite energy, passion and creativity she puts into working with us.
We are also pleased that you have agreed to expand your commitments to the CBSO. We look forward to playing together in the future, ”said Stephen Maddock, CEO of CBSO.
During her career, CBSO Gražinytė-Tyla signed a contract with the prestigious record company Deutsche Grammophon and became the first female director to secure an exclusive long-term contract with the Yellow label.
He has toured with the orchestra on nine international tours, including visits to the Vienna Musikverein and Lucerne festivals, and has triumphed with the Midlands Ensemble at the Gramophone Classical Music Awards 2020.
“I am very much admired by CBSO musicians, I am glad that we will continue to play together in the coming years,” Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla told foreign media.
15 min After contacting the director of the Lithuanian Music Information Center, Asta Pakarklyte, he stated that he had no information that Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla would resign from the direction of the Birmingham City Symphony Orchestra. However, according to the interlocutor, this decision of the driver would be justified.
“It would not be unexpected, it is understood that motherhood, raising young children is a great challenge. Although I do not know the reasons, they may not be related, but if it is family circumstances, why not?” A. Pakarklytė.