Vernon Handley

For over 40 years Vernon Handley’s career was unique amongst front rank conductors in that he unashamedly championed British repertoire before that of all other countries. Recognised as Sir Adrian Boult’s protégé he held steadfastly to two principles, which might have proved detrimental to a successful career: the undemonstrative technique …

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Jon Harbison

Composer JOHN HARBISON (b.1938) is among America’s most distinguished artistic figures. The recipient of numerous awards and honors (including the prestigious MacArthur Foundation’s “genius” award and the Pulitzer Prize), Harbison has composed music for most of America’s premiere musical institutions, including the Metropolitan Opera (The Great Gatsby, 1999), the Chicago …

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Lynn Harrell

Lynn Harrell’s (1944 – 2020) presence was felt throughout the musical world. A consummate soloist, chamber musician, recitalist, conductor and teacher, his work in America, Europe and Asia placed him in the highest echelon of performing artists. A frequent guest of many of the leading orchestras, Mr. Harrell regularly collaborated …

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Miguel Harth-Bedoya

Grammy-nominated and Emmy Award-winning conductor Miguel Harth-Bedoya is currently Chief Conductor of the Norwegian Radio Orchestra (Oslo) and in his fifteenth season as Music Director of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. He is also the Founder and Artistic Director of Caminos del Inka, a non-profit organization dedicated to performing and …

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Ruben Harutyunyan

Born in Armenia, Ruben Harutyunyan studied music at Yerevan Music College. Immediately following his graduation from the Clarinet Department there he joined Armenia’s prestigious Tatul Altunyan Song and Dance Ensemble as a duduk soloist. During his tenure with the ensemble (1977–2000) he toured across the United States, Europe, Australia, New …

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