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DENNIS RUSSELL DAVIES

A masterly and innovative force in classical music, Toledo, Ohio native Dennis Russell Davies is among today’s most inventive conductors. A modern, articulate and versatile artist revered for his command of both traditional and contemporary music, he is also recognised as an accomplished pianist and as an acclaimed collaborator, sought out by orchestras, composers and artists alike for his interpretive skills. Since 1980 he has lived abroad, but maintains an active presence on the North American music scene as a regular guest conductor with the major orchestras and opera houses of New York and Chicago. In the 2002–03 season he became conductor laureate of American Composers Orchestra and began his post as chief conductor of the Linz Opera and chief conductor and music director of the Bruckner Orchestra Linz.


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