Bryden Thomson (Conductor)
Born: 16th July 1928, Ayr, Scotland
Died: 14th November 1991, Dublin, Ireland
Bryden Thomson was a Scottish conductor remembered especially for his championship of British and Scandinavian composers. His recordings include influential surveys of the orchestral music of Hamilton Harty and Arnold Bax. He was principal conductor of several British orchestras, including the Ulster Orchestra, which flourished under his tenure.