Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

Orchestre symphonique de Baltimore

L'Orchestre symphonique de Baltimore (Baltimore Symphony Orchestra ou BSO) est un orchestre symphonique américain basé à Baltimore, au Maryland.

Fondé en 1916, il fut à l'origine propriété de la municipalité avant qu'il ne devienne un organisme privé en 1942.

Directeurs musicaux

Au cours de son histoire, l'Orchestre symphonique de Baltimore eut à sa tête plusieurs directeurs musicaux:

  • 1917-1930 Gustav Strube
  • 1930-1935 George Siemonn
  • 1935-1937 Ernest Schelling
  • 1937-1939 Werner Janssen
  • 1939-1942 Howard Barlow
  • 1942-1952 Reginald Stewart

Liens externes

  • Portail de la musique classique Portail de la musique classique
  • Portail des États-Unis Portail des États-Unis
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