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Efrem Kurtz (에프렘 쿠르츠)

출생국가

Petersburg, Russia

활동년도

1900/11/07~1995/06/2

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Efrem Kurtz (November 7, 1900 – June 27, 1995) was a Russian conductor.

He was born in Saint Petersburg, Russia and studied at the conservatoire there under Alexander Glazunov and Nikolai Tcherepnin among others. He later studied in Riga, Latvia and Berlin, Germany.

Kurtz' conducting debut came when he stood in at the last minute for an ill Arthur Nikisch to accompany the dancer Isadora Duncan. This led to a number of concerts with the Berlin Philharmonic. From 1924 to 1933 he conducted the Stuttgart Philharmonic, and in 1928, Kurtz was enagaged by Anna Pavlova to accompany her dancing, which he did until her death in 1931. From 1932 to 1942 he was conductor of the Ballets Russes de Monte Carlo, touring with them extensively.

Kurtz later moved to the United States, and became a citizen of that country in 1944. He directed the Kansas City Philharmonic from 1943 to 1948 and the Houston Symphony from 1948 to 1954. He also conducted a number of film scores, including Jacques Ibert's score for Orson Welles' Macbeth.

From 1955 to 1957, Kurtz was director of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic jointly with John Pritchard. Thereafter he took a number of guest conducting posts, including engagements with orchestras in Leningrad and Moscow in the Soviet Union where he returned for the first time in 1966.

Kurtz was the husband of flautist Elaine Shaffer. He was married to Mary Lynch Kurtz at the time of his death in London.

 

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