Maestro move: Swiss lands Japan orchestra

Matthias Bamert, 75, has been chosen as chief conductor of the Sapporo Symphony Orchestra.

He succeeds Max Pommer, who lasted just three years.

Bamert is presently Principal Guest Conductor at Daejeon Philharmonic Orchestra in South Korea.

 

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      • Well said. I’ve just seen a tweet by pianist Stephen Hough who is on his way – once again – from Singapore to Korea for recitals and concerts.

        • And I have a wonderful memory of the Sapporo symphony orchestra playing Sibelius 5, 6 and 7 in Suntory hall, Tokyo conducted by Tadaaki Otaka (The printed programme proudly stated Mr Otaka OBE.)

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