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Bruno WalterA World Elsewhere$
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Erik Ryding and Rebecca Pechefsky

Print publication date: 2001

Print ISBN-13: 9780300087130

Published to Yale Scholarship Online: October 2013

DOI: 10.12987/yale/9780300087130.001.0001

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A New Opera Company

A New Opera Company

Berlin, 1925–1929

Chapter:
(p.175) Nine A New Opera Company
Source:
Bruno Walter
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Erik Ryding

Rebecca Pechefsky

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Yale University Press
DOI:10.12987/yale/9780300087130.003.0009

In 1925, Bruno Walter became musical director of the Städtische Oper in Berlin, where he also began a long association with the Salzburg Festival. In the 1920s, Berlin had a number of great conductors including Wilhelm Furtwängler, Otto Klemperer, Erich Kleiber, and Walter. The last phase of Walter's operatic career in Germany commenced on September 18, 1925, when he conducted a performance of Richard Wagner's Meistersinger. Although Walter's work in the opera house kept him busy, he also had a series of concerts with the Berlin Philharmonic even as he continued his exhausting travels to cities such as London and Milan. Walter's final opera during his tenure at the Städtische Oper was Fidelio, which he conducted on April 14, 1929. That same year, he left Berlin for Leipzig to succeed Furtwängler as music director of the Gewandhaus Orchestra.

Keywords:   opera, Bruno Walter, Städtische Oper, Berlin, Salzburg Festival, conductors, Germany, concerts, Leipzig, Gewandhaus Orchestra

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