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Moscow Symphony Orchestra (Orchestra)

Formed: 1989

Artist's website: https://moscowsymphony.ru/en

The Moscow Symphony Orchestra is a non-state-supported Russian symphony orchestra, founded in 1989 by the sisters Ellen and Marina Levine. The musicians include graduates from such institutions as Moscow, Kiev, and Saint Petersburg Conservatory. The orchestra has recorded over 100 CDs for Naxos and Marco Polo. The current Music Director is the Netherlands conductor Arthur Arnold.

Past Music Directors included Antonio de Almeida and Vladimir Ziva.

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