Alexander Lazarev

Alexander Lazarev

Alexander Lazarev (né le 5 juillet 1945 à Moscou) est un chef d'orchestre russe.

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Précédé de :
Yuri Simonov
Directeur musical, Théâtre Bolchoï, Moscou
Suivi de :
Mark Ermler
Précédé de :
Walter Weller
Chef principal, Orchestre national royal d'Écosse
Suivi de :
Stéphane Denève
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