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Lviv Philarmony Symphony

         Its prehistory dates back as far as the XlX-th century and is connected with Mozart the youngest son of the Vienna classic Fransoir Xaver who founded the first Lviv Musical Society. At the beginning of the XX-th century the orchestra continued its activity within newly-bom philharmonic society, the foundation of which was initiated by Ludvig Heller director of the Opera and Ballet House. The creative activity of orchestra is connected with world-known names ofH. Meltser, G.Mahler, R. Strauss and B. Bartokwho performed his Second piano concerto together with the orchestra as a soloist. Unforgettable for the orchestra are the days of concert collaboration with the best home and foreign conductors such a Stefan Turchak, Kiril Kondrashin, Fuat Mansurov, Natan Rakhlin, Leo Brahinsky, Gennady Kozhdestvensky Reinhold Glier, Enrico dc Mori (Italy), Everet Lee (Sweden), George Oktors (Belgium), Nikolae Popesku (Romania), Napoleon Sies (Poland), Michuosi Inoue (Japan), Bruno d'Astoli (Argentina), Carmen Moral (Peru), Yovsen Shajnovich (Yugoslavia), Akis BaJtis (Greece). Everyone who had an opportunity to work with the orchestra pointed out both high individual skills of each musician as well as wonderful sounding of the orchestra as a whole and high culture of performance of piece. All those features were also noted by famous composers who played their music in LvivD. Shostakovich, A. Khachaturian, 0. Taktakishvili, D. Kabalevsky, G. Maiboroda, A. Eshpay, A Shnitke and also M. Rostropovitch, S. Rikhter, T. Dokshitser. The latest concert programmes of the orchestra confirm its high creative potential. The orchestra had tours in Germany, Italy, France and Poland.



                    

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