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Boston Philharmonic Orchestra

Summary: In 1979, ninety-six enthusiastic players, amateurs, students, and professionals and a dynamic and probing conductor named Benjamin Zander joined together to found the Boston Philharmonic. Today, the musicians represent the original spirited blend, and account for the passion, high level of participation, and technical accomplishment for which this ensemble is celebrated. The professionals maintain the highest standard, the students keep the focus on training and education...

Similar Artists: Dame Joan Sutherland, Luciano Pavarotti, National Philharmonic Orchestra of London, Richard Bonynge and The London Opera Chorus, Chorus of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Eric Garrett, Luciano Pavarotti and Richard Bonynge

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