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DONALD ARMSTRONG

Donald Armstrong became Music Director of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra Chamber Orchestra since its beginnings in 1987. His incisive leadership has been a major force in creating the dynamic and exciting style of the NSZO Chamber Orchestra. He has served as Associate Concertmaster of the NZSO since 1987 and appears frequently as a soloist with the NZCO as well as being very much involved with chamber music in New Zealand. Before returning to New Zealand in 1987 he completed a master’s degree at the New England Conservatory in Boston, was principal second violin of the Tivoli Sinfoniorkester in Denmark and Concertmaster of the Orchestre Philharmonique de Nice in France. He plays a violin by Nicolò Gagliano of 1754.

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Mozart’s Contemporaries Naxos 8.505078


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