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Eduardo Marturet, conductor
One of South America's preeminent conductors, Eduardo Marturet spends half of each season in Europe guest conducting and making recordings. With the Berliner Symphoniker alone, he has made 30 CDs in the past 12 years, including cycles of Beethoven and Brahms. Among the many orchestras he has conducted are the Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra, Budapest Radio Symphony, Danish Radio Symphony, Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie, and Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz. In 2005, he was appointed the Music Director & Conductor of the Miami Symphony Orchestra. In addition to his duties in Miami, he continues to guest conduct leading orchestras in Venezuela and throughout South America. Following studies in Cambridge, England, Mr. Marturet returned to Venezuela in 1979 to lead the Orquesta Filarmónica de Caracas and later assumed the position as Artistic Director of the Orquesta Sinfónica Venezuela. In Fall 2001 Mr. Marturet and the Berliner Symphoniker toured Caracas, Sao Paulo, Cordoba, La Plata, Montevideo, Buenos Aires, Mexico City and Monterrey. 2003 marked his Asian debut with the Seoul Philharmonic, his debut with the Buenos Aires Philharmonic in Argentina and the Florida Philharmonic in Miami and the opening of the Chorin Summer Festival in Berlin and in 2006, Marturet received a "Best Classical Album" Latin Grammy nomination for "Encantamento" conducting the Berliner Symphoniker.
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