George Georgescu

George Georgescu (September 12, 1887 – September 1, 1964) was a Romanian conductor. The moving force behind the Bucharest Philharmonic Orchestra for decades beginning shortly after World War I, a protégé of Artur Nikisch and a close associate of George Enescu, he received honors from the French and communist Romanian governments and lived to make recordings in the stereo era.

Read more about George Georgescu:  Education and Career As Soloist, Career Change and The Interwar Years, World War II and Its Aftermath, Later Career, George Georgescu Contest, Recordings, Quotations

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... ” — George Georgescu, on studying with the celebrated cellist “ If I had not been a conductor, I would have liked to be a cardinal ... ” — George Georgescu in an interview “ Long may you live, to the joy of Romanians and musicians ... ” — George Enescu, after a performance of his First Symphony on November 25, 1925 ...