An able conductor whose name might otherwise have meant small in the Western, Ondrej Lenárd has gained money through some recordings released for the Marco Polo and Naxos brands, including several CDs specialized in the music of Johann Strauss II. He also led a documenting of Havergal Brian’s substantial Gothic Symphony, enabling the public to know the task for the very first time. Ultimately, he found conduct abroad, earning particular favour in Vienna and china and taiwan. While still students on the Academy of Great Arts in Bratislava, Lenárd was involved as chorus professional for the Bratislava Opera Chorus. For his graduation concert on the Academy, he made an appearance prior to the Slovak Philharmonic, starting an extended association with this outfit. In 1964, Lenárd was appointed public chorus master from the Slovak Country wide Theater. Five years afterwards, he was involved as primary conductor of Bratislava’s Czechoslovak Radio Symphony. With this orchestra, he toured and documented extensively within a relationship which was to withstand for decades. Effective appearances in china and taiwan resulted in his appointment simply because standing visitor conductor of Tokyo’s Japan Shinsei Symphony Orchestra in 1978. In 1984, another renowned appointment positioned Lenárd in the positioning of primary conductor from the Slovak Country wide Theater in Bratislava; in the brand new millennium, he was produced general manager from the opera business. During his a long time there, he offers overseen the professions of such star-quality performers as tenor Peter Dvorský, bass Sergej Kopcák, and dramatic soprano Eva Urbanová. Somewhere else, he forged a confident relationship using the Vienna Staatsoper, Naples’ Teatro San Carlo, as well as the Houston Grand Opera. Visitor appearances in lots of Western centers, in Brazil, Canada, and other areas of america, added to the conductor’s developing status for mastery of his assets within the opera home and on the concert stage. Provided the name of primary conductor from the Slovak Philharmonic in 1991, Lenárd provides led the orchestra both in membership concerts and in event performances. One of the second option were acclaimed shows of Verdi’s Manzoni Requiem in the 1993 Smetanova Litomyšl Event. In 1995, Smetana’s Vltava was hailed as exceptional and, in 1999, Lenárd received particular commendation for any overall performance of Honegger’s Jeanne d’Arc au bûcher.