Kazimierz Kord

born on 18/11/1930

Kazimierz Kord

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Kazimierz Kord (born 1930) is a Polish conductor. Between 1939 and 1945, he studied piano at the Leningrad Conservatory. He also studied at the Academy of Music in Kraków.

He has held major conducting positions with the Warsaw Philharmonic and the Southwest German Radio Symphony Orchestra. His operatic guest conducting engagements included the first performance in Russian of Tchaikovsky's The Queen of Spades at the Metropolitan Opera (Met) in the 1972-1973 season,[1] and both Aida at the Met and Eugene Onegin at the Royal Opera House, London in 1976.[2][3] His recordings include the first stereo version of Don Quichotte by Jules Massenet, with Nicolai Ghiaurov in the title role, Gabriel Bacquier as Sancho Panza, and Regine Crespin as Dulcinée.[4]

He was Principal Guest Conductor and Music Advisor of the Pacific Symphony of Orange County, California (USA) for their 1989-1990 season.

References

  1. Stevens, Denis, "Reports" (New York) (March 1973). The Musical Times, 114 (1561): pp. 293-295.
  2. Smith, Patrick J., "Reports" (New York) (1976). The Musical Times, 117 (1606): p. 1023.
  3. Evidon, Richard, "Music in London" (June 1976). The Musical Times, 117 (1600): pp. 503-505, 507-509.
  4. MacDonald, Hugh, "Record Reviews" (Werther, Cendrillon, Don Quichotte) (August 1980). The Musical Times, 121 (1650): 504-505.

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