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Guest performances around the world attest to the high esteem enjoyed by the Dresden Philharmonic in the world of classical music. The orchestra promotes top young musicians in the Kurt Masur Academy, which welcomed its first year last season. The Dresden Philharmonic has remained a concert orchestra to this day, with regular excursions into concert performance and oratorio. Still, as a conductor known largely for choral and operatic music, he flourished at home and in parts of Europe. A high water mark in the Dresden Kreuzchor's performance was achieved in the middle 1700s when Gottfried August Homilius, a former student of Johann Sebastian Bach, assumed the position of Cantor. After 1945 and into the 1990s, Heinz Bongartz, Horst Förster, Kurt Masur from 1994 also honorary conductor , Günther Herbig, Herbert Kegel, Jörg-Peter Weigle and Michel Plasson were the principal conductors.

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Günther Herbig 1972-1976 succeeded him, maintaining the orchestra's high standards, and then 1972-1976 took the podium. Besides Kurt Masur, principal conductor in the years 1967—1972, his predecessors have also included Paul van Kempen, Carl Schuricht, Heinz Bongartz, Herbert Kegel, Marek Janowski and Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, amongst others. In 1945 he founded the Kammerorchester Berlin, an ensemble he would lead in countless performances and recordings until his death in 1975. In September 2018, the orchestra announced the re-appointment of Janowski as its chief conductor, effective with the 2019—2020 season, with an initial contract of three seasons. His initial contract was for three years. These had not come to fruition by the time of the principal conductorship of , who cited this lack of development of a new hall for the orchestra as the reason for his resignation from the post in 2003. He also regularly performs and records with his duo partner, organist Friedrich Kircheis.

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The musical and stylistic bandwidth of the Dresden Philharmonic is great. In 1948 Koch founded the Berlin Radio Choir and soon was regularly making recordings. In the difficult wartime and postwar eras, the orchestra was served well by principal conductors 1942-1944 , Gerhart Wiesenhütter 1945-1946 , and 1946-1964. At its premiere in 1913, the audience is said to have fled in droves: As so often, conservative minds perceive the new as a provocation. At the Hochschule für Musik in Leipzig, he studied with Armin Mennel between 1961 and 1965. Guest conductors and soloists play together with the orchestra in its home town. It receives financial support from the city of Dresden.

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The choir had already been established before that -- the first known mention of them dates from 1300, although proper rules of conduct and a policy of remuneration weren't codified until 1413. Among his first important efforts was the 1949 recording of Monteverdi's L'Orfeo. In 1963 Koch was appointed director of the Berlin Singakademie, a position he held concurrently with his other two Berlin posts. It was in 1915, under Lindner, that the Gewerbehausorchester changed its name to Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra. During the existence of the , the orchestra took up its primary residence in the Kulturpalast. Guest performances in major concert halls around the world demonstrate the high esteem enjoyed by the Dresden Philharmonic in the world of classical music.

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Dresdner Philharmonie: Marek Janowski & Anna Vinnitskaya: Pathétique

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After Michel Plasson, who had been conductor from 1994 to 1999, Marek Janowski is now leading the Dresdener Philharmonie as the new Music Director. Its homestead is the state-of-the-art concert hall inaugurated in April 2017 in the Kulturpalast at the heart of the historic district. This seemingly indefatigable artist has a catalog of more than 50 recordings, primarily on the Berlin Classics and Capriccio labels. Over the years the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra has amassed a discography of several hundred recordings, with well over 100 available on the label and many others on offer from , , , , and. On the other, it has developed a tonal and stylistic flexibility for the music of the Baroque and First Viennese School as much as for modern works. Güttler was a professor at the Dresden Hochschule für Musik from 1972 to 1990, taught annually at the Weimar International Music Seminar, and frequently gives master classes and serves on competition juries. The first principal conductor was Hermann Mannsfeldt, who held the post from 1870-1885.

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The orchestra's current principal conductor is , since 2011. Though it has often been overshadowed by its neighbor, the Dresden State Orchestra, the Dresden Philharmonic has enjoyed a long history of success under some of the world's leading conductors, like , , , , , and. The orchestra acquired its current name in 1915. The was founded in 1870, giving its first concert on November 29 of that year. He then became solo trumpeter for Halle's Handel Festival Orchestra and then the Dresden Philharmonic, where he remained until 1980.

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The Chapel of the Holy Cross burned to the ground during the ensuing fire storm and 11 choristers were killed. The choral ensembles affiliated with the orchestra are the Dresden Philharmonic Choir and Dresden Philharmonic Chamber Choir. Dresdner Philharmonie The is one of the oldest and most respected symphony orchestras in Germany. The concert hall with its 1760 seats and mid-oriented stage offers the Dresdner Philharmonie optimum spatial and tonal conditions, for the first time in its 150 years old history. In the past, , Tschaikovsky, Dvorak and Strauss, amongst others, have conducted their works with the orchestra. And they have achieved critical acclaim in a vast array of repertory, from and to and Paul-Heinz Dittrich.

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