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Giulini

Carlo Maria . born 1914, Italian orchestral conductor, esp of opera
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"He didn't know me before I got the job in Rotterdam, and I'm not sure that he's ever seen me conduct." (For the record, Nezet-Seguin acknowledges the influence of two other prominent conductors: Carlo Maria Giulini and Charles Dutoit.)
When he worked in England, he was an enthusiastic supporter of Arsenal Carlo Maria Giulini, conductor Born May 9, 1914; died June 14, 2005
OC: Your work with the late Carlo Maria Giulini must also have been vital preparation.
Carlo Maria Giulini was the conductor then, but here the conductor is the legendary Vittorio Gui, his tempi fleet, waspish, and totally in keeping with the gossipy doings of these Merry Wives of Windsor.
While I did not see his partnership with the late Joan Sutherland in Bellini's La sonnamhula, memorably documented here live in Normanno's two big numbers, I do vividly recall his Ferrando in the 1964 Il trovatore, a production conducted by Carlo Maria Giulini and again here catching Rouleau in full-throated live performance.
One of the first conductors to mount the Symphony Hall podium was the revered Carlo Maria Giulini, bringing the Philharmonia (the first orchestra to visit here) in an all-Brahms programme early in May 1991.
Both the late conductor Carlo Maria Giulini and the distinguished soprano Dame Joan Sutherland regarded the hall as one of the best in the world.
Initial offerings include Verdi's Don Carlo with Boris Christoff, Jon Vickers and Tito Gobbi, Carlo Maria Giulini conducting' Puccini's Tosca conducted by a youthful Alexander Gibson, and with Zinka Milanov and Franco Corelli heading the cast' and Strauss' Elektra conducted by the legendary Rudolf Kempe.
His apprenticeship also included several summers working with a legendary conductor, Carlo Maria Giulini. In June 1998, when barely 23, he accepted Bernard Uzan's invitation to become chorusmaster and assistant conductor for L'Opera de Montreal.
While there is no formal relationship with Symphony Hall, the Philharmonia has contributed some illustrious events to the hall's 14 year history, under the batons of such distinguished conductors as Vladimir Ashkenazy, Christoph von Dohnanyi, Valery Gergiev and the late Carlo Maria Giulini. So there should be a special sense of mutual celebration when the Philharmonia returns to the Symphony Hall stage tomorrow night with Charles Dutoit as part of its 60th anniversary tour.
While in Switzerland, Nezet-Seguin wrote a fan letter to his idol, conductor Carlo Maria Giulini. "I told him how he was my biggest inspiration.
He performed with some of opera's most celebrated names: Luciano Pavarotti, Placido Domingo, Renata Scotto, Boris Christoff, Cesare Siepi, Tatiana Troyanos and many others, and sang under the direction of such legends as Sir Georg Solti, Otto Klemperer, Rudolf Kempe and Carlo Maria Giulini.