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November 3, 1989 | GREGG WAGER
Conductor Eliahu Inbal enjoys being a wanderer. Although for almost 16 years he has been the principal conductor of the Frankfurt Radio Symphony in West Germany, he announced his retirement from the post earlier this year in order to continue a Gypsy career that he began back in the early 1960s.
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November 3, 1989 | GREGG WAGER
Conductor Eliahu Inbal enjoys being a wanderer. Although for almost 16 years he has been the principal conductor of the Frankfurt Radio Symphony in West Germany, he announced his retirement from the post earlier this year in order to continue a Gypsy career that he began back in the early 1960s.
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August 26, 1986 | MARC SHULGOLD, Compiled by Terry Atkinson
"Denon New Releases Classical Sampler." DDD. The first to abandon the LP format, this Japan-Columbia label is to be admired for its commitment to quality in sound. Unfortunately, quality of performance seems to lag: The musical forces are generally not first-rate and the readings sampled here suggest only rare moments of inspiration. Three symphonic snippets of Mahler (by Eliahu Inbal and the Frankfurt Radio Symphony) hold promise--but serve as merely a too-brief glimpse of a massive landscape.
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February 9, 1989 | CHRIS PASLES, Times Staff Writer
Concerts by the Berlin Radio Symphony conducted by Vladimir Ashkenazy and the Orchester der Beethovenhalle Bonn led by Dennis Russell Davies will be among 25 events presented by the Orange County Philharmonic Society in 1989-90 at the Orange County Performing Arts Center in Costa Mesa. Both orchestras will be making Orange County debuts, as will the Frankfurt Radio Symphony conducted by Eliahu Inbal and the Hanover Band of London led by concertmaster Roy Goodman.
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July 26, 1989 | Chris Pasles
Other arts organizations may grouse about the difficulty of raising money in this county's highly competitive market, but not the Orange County Philharmonic Society. At the society's meeting in Newport Beach Monday night, executive director Erich Vollmer reported that contributions were up 64% from 1988 to 1989. By far the bulk of the rise from $406,067 in 1988 to $667,257 in 1989 came from contributions from individuals, corporations and private foundations.
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November 6, 1989 | CHRIS PASLES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Just when Mahler seemed pegged as a composer of expansive personal expression, along comes conductor Eliahu Inbal and the Frankfurt Radio Symphony to offer a cooler, post-War approach to his music. In their only West Coast appearances, Inbal and his forces played Mahler's Fourth Symphony (with soprano Arleen Auger) on Friday and his Sixth Symphony on Saturday at the Orange County Performing Arts Center in Costa Mesa. The concerts were sponsored by the Philharmonic Society.
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October 17, 1989 | JOHN HENKEN
Bach's passions are potent combinations of story-telling and liturgy, in a sort of musical readers theater format. They demand dramatic commitment rather than conventional religiosity, not to mention a daunting mixture of musical finesse and fervor. Sunday evening the Frankfurter Kantorei provided secure, expressive vocalism on behalf of the "St. John" Passion, for the Los Angeles Bach Festival at First Congregational Church.
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November 6, 1989 | CHRIS PASLES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Just when Mahler seemed pegged as a composer of expansive personal expression, along comes conductor Eliahu Inbal and the Frankfurt Radio Symphony to offer a cooler, post-War approach to his music. In their only West Coast appearances, Inbal and his forces played Mahler's Fourth Symphony (with soprano Arleen Auger) on Friday and his Sixth Symphony on Saturday at the Orange County Performing Arts Center in Costa Mesa. The concerts were sponsored by the Philharmonic Society.
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July 13, 1996 | MARK SWED, TIMES MUSIC CRITIC
In celebrating the beginning of the 75th anniversary season of the Hollywood Bowl, the Los Angeles Philharmonic and Master Chorale have gone through three of the Romantic era's biggest and best monuments with three different conductors in less than a week. So by the time they reached Verdi's Requiem Thursday night, close on the heels of the Ninth Symphony of Beethoven and the Eighth of Mahler, masterpiece burnout was feared.
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July 7, 1996 | Herbert Glass, Herbert Glass is a regular contributor to Calendar
During a visit to L.A. last season to make a guest appearance with our Philharmonic, Christoph Eschenbach, the conductor of the Houston Symphony, expressed a wry pleasure in his seeming success not only in finding an audience in Texas for the music of the masters of the Second Viennese School--Schoenberg and his prize pupils, Berg and Webern-- but also "an audience that was coming back after intermission."
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