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    From 1954 to 1956 he directed the Vienna State Opera at its reconstructed home. He additionally resumed ties post-war in Dresden, at the Staatskapelle. Success in New York

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    • 14 August 1981 (aged 86), Salzburg
    • 28 August 1894, Graz
  2. Karl Böhm, Austrian conductor who earned an international reputation for his concert performances and recordings of Richard Strauss, Richard Wagner, W.A. Mozart, and other composers. Böhm studied law but also studied music in Vienna with Eusebius Mandyczewski and Guido Adler. His debut at the Graz

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  4. May 23, 2018 · He made his first appearance in the U.S. with the Chicago Sym. Orch. on Feb. 9, 1956; on Oct. 31, 1957, he made his first appearance at the Metropolitan Opera in N.Y. with Mozart’s Don Giovanni. He continued to conduct occasional performances at the Metropolitan until 1978.

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    Aug 20, 2023 · He worked as a répétiteur and conductor at various opera houses and theaters, which provided him with practical experience in working with singers, orchestras, and ensembles. In 1917, Böhm became a rehearsal assistant in his hometown, making his debut as a conductor in Viktor Nessler’s Der Trompeter von Säckingen in 1917.

  6. In 1957, he made his first appearance at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, conducting Don Giovanni. He was very popular there and conducted many operas, especially those by Mozart, Wagner and Richard Strauss. Late in life, he was a regular guest conductor with the London Symphony Orchestra. He was given the title of LSO President for the rest ...

  7. Oct 9, 1994 · Bohm conducted the world premiere of two Strauss operas--”Die Schweigsame Frau” in 1935 and “Daphne” in 1938. The latter was actually dedicated to him. It can’t be too surprising that ...

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