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Vladimir Golschmann

Vladimir Golschmann was born in Paris of Russian parents and as a child he learnt to play both violin and piano; at the Schola Cantorum he studied in addition composition, counterpoint and harmony. Having started his musical career as an orchestral violinist with the Concerts Rouges under André Caplet, he went on to play in three of the Parisian symphony orchestras. However his ambition was to be a conductor: in 1919 he initiated the Concerts Golschmann, which were given by an orchestra of approximately thirty musicians under his direction, and at which contemporary music was strongly featured, with music by composers such as Ibert, Prokofiev, and Tansman as well as the members of Les Six. In 1920 Diaghilev engaged Golschmann to conduct the first revival in Paris since its première in 1913 of Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring. He also conducted the Popular Concerts in Brussels, and chamber operas by Ibert, Milhaud, Florent Schmitt and others at the Beriza Theatre, Paris, of which he was musical director. For five years Golschmann was chief conductor of the Bilbao Symphony Orchestra, and from 1928 to 1930 of the Scottish Orchestra.




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