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Budapest Symphony Orchestra

In 1943, conductor Ernst von Dohnányi founded the Symphony Orchestra from the Hungarian Radio and Tv. Today, that orchestra is well known outdoors Hungary as the Budapest Symphony Orchestra, but its concerts remain broadcast in Hungary and somewhere else. It likes a reputation because of its interpretations from the Hungarian symphonic books, especially functions by living composers. Many significant conductors possess led the orchestra, in concert and on recordings, including Otto Klemperer, Carlo Zecchi, István Kertész, Aldo Ceccato, Peter Eötelevisionös, Claudio Abbado, Lamberto Gardelli, Antal Doráti, Georg Solti, Sir John Barbirolli, and Leopold Stokowski. Since its founding, the orchestra’s music directors have already been János Ferencsik (1945), Tibor Polgár (1945), Lázló Somogyi (1951), György Lehel (1956), András Ligeti (1989), and Tamás Vásáry (1993). Vásáry documented a Beethoven symphony routine using the orchestra for Hungaroton. The orchestra offers toured thoroughly in European countries and THE UNITED STATES.

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