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Malmö Symphony Orchestra

The Malmö Symphony Orchestra is among Sweden’s best-known ensembles. Shaped in 1925, the orchestra was carried out by Walther Meyer-Radon from its founding until 1929. Additional conductors who’ve led the orchestra consist of Herbert Blomstedt, Brian Priestman, Gilbert Varga, and Mario Venzago. From its starting, the Malmö Symphony Orchestra followed …

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James DePreist

This American conductor established himself as a significant figure despite two major physical ailments, one contracted very early in his career. Furthermore to his devotion to founded composers, Wayne DePreist, nephew of contralto Marian Anderson, demonstrated a strong dedication to American music, regularly performing little-known functions and recording a substantial …

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Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra

The Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra (formerly referred to as the Monte Carlo Opera Orchestra) may be the oldest permanently established orchestra in the French-speaking world, having a rich history of important premieres and a reputation for continuing top quality under a succession of great conductors. The annals of music in …

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Paul Freeman

Conductor Paul Freeman pursued a dynamic profession on both edges from the Atlantic. He received his Ph.D. in the Eastman College of Music and afterwards examined with Ewald Lindemann in Berlin being a Fulbright scholar. He received many awards, including initial prize within the Mitropoulos International Performing Competition, the Mahler …

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