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Johannes Wildner
1956

Johannes Wildner studied conducting, violin and musicology and has established himself as one of the foremost Austrian conductors.

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Alfred Eschwé
1949

Alfred Eschwé following his studies in violin, piano and conducting at the Music University of Vienna he spent a number of years conducting at various German opera houses before he accepted a full-time engagement at the Vienna Volksoper, beginning in 1989.

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Ola Rudner
1953

The Swedish conductor Ola Rudner started his career as a violinis, he was also assistant of the legendary Sandor Vègh and concertmaster of various orchestras.

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Martin Sieghart
1951

Martin Sieghart: was born in Vienna, where he received his formative musical education: the violoncello, piano, organ and conducting.

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Franz Bauer-Theussl
1928 — 2010

Professor Franz Bauer-Theussl attended secondary school after mandatory primary education, and studied at the Vienna Academy of Music from 1943 to 1949.

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Kurt Woess
1914 — 1987

„Einen unermüdlichen Reisedirigenten und wahren Freund fand das Orchester im Bruckner- und Strauss-Spezialisten Prof. Kurt Wöss, der erstmals 1974 für eine Südamerika-Tournee gewonnen werden konnte.

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Walter Goldschmidt
1917 — 1986

Der Operettenchef der Grazer Oper, war ein besonders vielseitiger Künstler. Er spielte mehrere Instrumente und legte die Abschlussprüfung für Komposition und Dirigieren an der Akademie in Wien mit Auszeichnung ab.

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Willi Boskovsky
1909 — 1991

Willi Boskovsky (born Vienna, June 16, 1909; died Visp, Switzerland April 21, 1991) was an Austrian violinist and conductor. Willi Boskovsky joined the Vienna Academy of music at the age of nine.

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Eduard Strauss II
1910 — 1969

Eduard Strauss II.  trat erstmals anlässlich des Strauss-Jubiläums im Jahr 1949 als Dirigent an die Öffentlichkeit. Man gedachte des 100. Sterbetages von Johann Strauss Vater und des 50. von Johann Sohn.

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