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Hans Rosbaud (Conductor)

Born: 22nd July 1895, Graz, Austria

Died: 29th December 1962, Lugano, Switzerland

Nationality: Austrian

Hans Rosbaud was an Austrian conductor, particularly associated with the music of the twentieth century.

Hans Rosbaud was born in Graz, (Austria). As children, Hans and his brother Paul Rosbaud performed with their mother, who taught piano. Hans continued studying music at the Hoch Conservatory in Frankfurt, under the tutelage of Bernhard Sekles in composition and Alfred Hoehn in piano. Rosbaud's first professional post was in Mainz, starting in 1921, as the music director of the city's new School of Music, which included conducting the municipal symphony concerts.

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