Bruckner - Symphony no.2 (1872 version)
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Cat No: 99211
Number of Discs: 2
Release Date: 9th April 2020
ArtistsAltomonte Orchester St. Florian
Rémy Ballot was born in Paris. While studying violin, music theory and music teaching at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris, where he completed his studies with a diploma, at the age of 16 Ballot met his mentor Sergiu Celibidache, under whose guidance he ultimately developed his own individual style.
Rémy Ballot is guest conductor of numerous orchestras in Europe. Special ties connect him with the Festival Brucknertage St. Florian, where each year he rehearses and performs a symphony by Anton Bruckner.
The Altomonte Orchestra St. Florian was founded in 1996, the 100th anniversary of Anton Bruckner’s death. Since 2003 Matthias Giesen has been the conductor of the Altomonte Orchestra, while Rémy Ballot has been the “Principal Guest Conductor” since 2013. The orchestra’s name refers to the Baroque painters Martino and Bartolomeo Altomonte, who with their frescoes gave the formal state rooms of the monastery of St. Florian their unique and incomparable atmosphere. The Altomonte Orchestra regards the cultivation of the music tradition and church music in St. Florian as a special responsibility.
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