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New year, new direction for symphony orchestra

15 Jul 2012

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The reopening of Hamer Hall is not the only exciting news for the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (MSO), which announced its new chief conductor and principal guest conductor for 2013.

Sir Andrew Davis (pictured) has been announced as the chief conductor for the upcoming four years, while Diego Matheuz will be the principal guest conductor for the next three years.

On Sir Andrew’s appointment, MSO chairman Harold Mitchell said: “From Sir Andrew’s first downbeat with the MSO, it was clear that this was a very special relationship.”

“It is a privilege to have one of the most widely-admired figures in classical music on the MSO podium and we are looking forward to an extraordinary journey with this inspirational man and musician,” Mr Mitchell added.

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