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      • His debut at the Graz Opera House in 1917 was followed three years later by his appointment there as its first conductor. In 1921 he joined the Munich Opera. Böhm became musical director at Darmstadt in 1927, at Hamburg in 1931, and at Dresden in 1934. He made his London debut at Covent Garden in 1936.
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    In 1927 he was appointed as chief musical director in Darmstadt. In 1931 he was appointed to the same post at the Hamburg State Opera, a position he held until 1934. [2] Vienna, Dresden, Salzburg. In 1933, Böhm conducted in Vienna for the first time, in Tristan und Isolde by Wagner.

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    • 14 August 1981 (aged 86), Salzburg
    • 28 August 1894, Graz
  3. Apr 17, 2024 · His debut at the Graz Opera House in 1917 was followed three years later by his appointment there as its first conductor. In 1921 he joined the Munich Opera. Böhm became musical director at Darmstadt in 1927, at Hamburg in 1931, and at Dresden in 1934. He made his London debut at Covent Garden in 1936.

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  4. May 23, 2018 · From 1931 to 1933 Böhm held the post of Generalmusikdirektor of the Hamburg Opera; from 1934 to 1943 he was music director of the Dresden State Opera, where he gave the first performances of Die Schweigsame Frau (June 24, 1935) and Daphne (Oct. 15, 1938), which Strauss dedicated to him.

  5. www.opera-charm.com › articles › karl-bohmOPERA Charm | Karl Böhm

    Aug 20, 2023 · He became the assistant director in 1919, and the following year, the senior director. On the recommendation of Karl Muck, Bruno Walter engaged him at the Bavarian State Opera, Munich in 1920. One of the most significant points in Böhm’s career was his association with the Vienna State Opera.

  6. Although known as a specialist in the German repertory, Böhm loves conducting Italian opera. Two years ago he directed a new production of Macbeth in Vienna, and last year Otello at the Met of which we have the love duet on the Bing Farewell disc (DGG 2530 260, 10/72).

  7. Oct 9, 1994 · Bohm did not conduct “Rosenkavalier” very often. He preferred to concentrate on less popular challenges. His Salzburg performance in 1969, however, testifies to uncommon refinement and gentle ...

  8. Karl Böhm (1894–1981) Karl Böhm conducted Wieland Wagner 's production of Der Ring des Nibelungen 1965-67. From 1962 to 1970 Böhm was the conductor of all performances of Tristan und Isolde.