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Winston Dan Vogel

Conductor from United States of America

Winston Dan Vogel is an American conductor, born in Israel. Vogel was the musical director of the Virginia Symphony Orchestra from 1986 to 1990. As of 2006 he is president of Opera USA, a non-profit organization which encourages young talents in the field of vocal performance. He has distinguished himself on six continents as a dynamic conductor, forceful orchestra builder, imaginative program creator, composer and effective lecturer. As past music director and conductor of both the Virginia Symphony and the Shore Festival of Classics in New Jersey, his dedicated leadership, popularity and unanimous critical acclaim have increased box-office sales and markedly augmented attendance. First Prize winner of the prestigious Malko Competition in Denmark and prize-winner in Rome's Santa Cecilia Competition, the Cantelli Competition in Milan and Citta di Sorrento International Competition, Maestro Vogel has conducted symphony orchestras, opera, ballet and choirs throughout the world with leading stars including Itzhak Perlman, Gil Shaham, Lynn Harrell, Rudolf Firkushny, Janos Starker, Roberta Peters, Tito Gobbi, Andre-Michel Schub, Mikhail Barishnikov and Rudolf Nureyev. In recent years he  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Date of birth
1943
Nationality
United States of America
Profession
Conductor

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