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The Württemberg Philharmonic Orchestra Reutlingen was established in 1945, developing into the leading orchestra in South Germany. The artistic director until August 2007 was the Japanese conductor Norichika Imori, who remains permanent guest conductor. Since 2008 the principal conductor has been the Swedish musician Ola Rudner. In addition to concert series in Reutlingen the orchestra broadcasts regularly with Südwestrundfunk and appears in various cities of South Germany, with tours to Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, The Netherlands, and Japan, often with very distinguished choirs and soloists, including Ruggiero Raimondi, Edita Gruberova, José Carreras, Vesslina Kasarova and Neil Shicoff. Recordings by the orchestra include Naxos releases from Rossini in Wildbad.

For more information, please visit the orchestra’s website.

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