The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra goes back to 1906, and it is Australia’s longest-running professional orchestra. Comprising 100 players, the orchestra was founded by conductor Alberto Zelman. It became among the radio orchestras from the Australian Broadcasting Payment (today Australian Broadcasting Company) in 1934, and in 1945 was renamed the Victoria Symphony Orchestra, and then revert back again to the name Melbourne Symphony Orchestra in 1965. Prominent among its conductors was Hiroyuki Iwaki, the ensemble’s longest-serving conductor; Andrew Davis, conductor since 2012; and many visitor conductors, including Markus Stenz and Simone Youthful. The MSO provides toured New Zealand, america, Canada, Japan, Korea, China, European countries, and Russia, and in 2014 made an appearance for the very first time on the BBC Proms on the Royal Albert Hall in London.
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|Beneath Hill 60||2010||musicians|
|Death Defying Acts||2007||musician|
|The Hunter||2011/IV||performer: "Song to the Moon" from "Ruselka", "Bailero"|
|Proof||1991||performer: "Symphony No. 5 in C Minor" 1809 - uncredited|
|BBC Proms||2014||TV Series||Themselves|
|Spicks and Specks||2009||TV Series||Themselves|
|Meat Loaf: Live with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra||2004||Video||Themselves|
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