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Wanted: A Great Maestro
"When you ask the players of a major orchestra what they want in a conductor, they answer almost as one: a great musician steeped in the heritage and repertory, an interpreter of insight and depth with the technical skill to convey ideas and elicit results. In other words, they want someone who reminds them of the master teachers they revered in music school. Naturally, others in the orchestral circle have their own ideas of what to look for in a music director." The New York Times 05/20/07
Posted May 20, 2007 09:37 AM


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