The Orquestra Sinfônica do Estado de São Paulo (OSESP) may be the state-supported symphony orchestra of São Paulo, Brazil, formed in 1954. Among the largest orchestras in SOUTH USA, the OSESP performs around 200 concerts each year, and it is becoming perhaps one of the most essential ethnic exports for the united states through its travels of SOUTH USA, america, and Europe. Furthermore to playing concerts of regular traditional repertoire and music by Brazilian composers, OSESP also provides educational applications, a music academy, and a music submitting home. The orchestra continues to be led by founder João de Sousa Lima, Bruno Roccela, Eleazar de Carvalho, John Neschling, Isaac Karabtchevsky, Yan Pascal Tortelier, and Marin Alsop. The orchestra opened up its brand-new concert hall in 1999, the Sala São Paulo on the Júlio Prestes Place. The OSESP information for Naxos, BIS, and Biscoito Fino.