Among the generation of conductors given birth to following the end of WWII, Claus Peter Flor has loved a particularly varied career, performing lots of the world’s foremost orchestras, leading important opera productions, providing several main orchestras within an ongoing capacity, and sometimes recording. As primary visitor conductor from the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, he was afforded both a reliable relationship with a respected orchestra and enough time to go after the numerous additional projects provided him. After violin research in Weimar and Leipzig, Flor been trained in performing 1st with Rolf Reuter, after that with Rafael Kubelik and Kurt Sanderling. Carrying out a variety of visitor projects, Flor was appointed main director from the Suhl Philharmonic and, shortly thereafter, general music movie director from the Berlin Symphony Orchestra. In 1988, he made an appearance for the very first time using the Berlin Philharmonic, finding a following invitation to come back. From 1991 to 1994, Flor was involved as principal visitor conductor of London’s Philharmonia Orchestra while concurrently holding the positioning of artistic consultant using the Tonhalle-Orchestre Züwealthy. The second option post continuing until 1996. Pursuing that, Flor was appointed primary visitor conductor from the Dallas Symphony (1999-2008). His following placement was as music movie director for the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, with which he started documenting for the BIS label. Furthermore to his visits, Flor has frequently made an appearance before such Western orchestras as Concertgebouw Amsterdam, the Rotterdam Philharmonic, the Orchestre de Paris, as well as the Vienna Symphony while also performing such American ensembles as the LA Philharmonic (USA debut), the Boston Symphony, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the brand new York Philharmonic, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Symphony, the Houston Symphony, the Minnesota Orchestra, the St. Louis Symphony, as well as the Pittsburgh Symphony. Opera engagements took him to Berlin (both Staatsoper as well as the Deutsche Oper), Brussels, Cologne, Dresden, Hamburg, Munich, and Paris. Dallas Opera decided to go with him to carry out a 2003 creation of La bohème. Between 2007 and 2013, Flor also acquired an ongoing dedication to carry out Mozart, Puccini, and Wagner using the Theater du Capitole Toulouse. The majority of Flor’s recordings have already been designed for RCA/BMG Classics. Being among the most noteworthy are his Martinu symphonies, Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 10, and miscellaneous functions by Weber, Mozart, Mendelssohn, Haydn, and Zemlinsky. A interest, Bruch’s oratorio Moses premiered by Orfeo to reviews that are positive.