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SOUTH WEST GERMAN RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

The SWR Radio Orchestra Kaiserslautern has won an enviable reputation during the last fifty years, with a repertoire ranging from the baroque to the classical and romantic, from opera and operetta melodies to Viennese waltzes, musicals and film music, as well as to the contemporary. Until 1987 the principal conductor Emmerich Smola directed the orchestra, followed by Klaus Arp, Peter Falk and Grzegorz Nowak. Almost all the important German composers of popular music such as Robert Stolz and Franz Grothe have produced their own compositions in Kaiserslautern. In more recent years the orchestra had appeared with Montserrat Caballé Cecilia Bartoli and Vesselina Kasarova.


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