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March 23, 2023

Sergiu Celibidache centennial at Radio Romania Muzical

Tomorrow marks 100 years since the birth of one of the world’s most important conductors, Romania’s Sergiu Celibidache. Thus, from 10 AM to 7 PM, Radio Romania Muzical has scheduled 9 hours with and about Sergiu Celibidache. The almost 600 minutes of music include recordings made by Sergiu Celibidache alongside the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (whose main conductor he was from 1945 to 1952), the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra (whose main conductor he was from 1965 to 1971), the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra (with which he collaborated from 1971 to 1977), and of course the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, the orchestra dearest to his heart, an orchestra he led from 1977 to 1996, basically until the end of his life. The programme will also feature recordings of the legendary concerts that Sergiu Celibidache gave at the Romanian Athenaeum in Bucharest, some given in the 1970s alongside the ‘George Enescu’ Philharmonic Orchestra, others given in February 1990 alongside the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra.

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