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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

As head of operetta at the Opera Graz, Walter Goldschmidt was a particularly versatile artist. He played several instruments and passed the final examination for composition and conducting at the Academy in Vienna with distinction.

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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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