Paul Daniel

(b. 1958)

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(b Birmingham, 1958).

Eng. conductor. Guest cond. of various Eng. and Amer. orchs. Opera début 1982 (Opera Factory, The Beggar's Opera). On staff ENO 1980–5; Opera Factory from 1985, mus. dir. 1987–90. For ENO cond. Brit. premières of Glass's Akhnaten (1985), Reimann's Lear (1989), and Brit. stage première of The Stone Guest (1987). Amer. début 1988 with London Sinfonietta in NY. Mus. dir. Opera North and Eng. Northern Philharmonia 1990–7, ENO 1997–2005. Cond. Brit. stage première of Verdi's Jérusalem (Leeds 1990) and f. Brit. p. of Schreker's Der ferne Klang (Leeds 1992). CG début 1993. CBE 2000.

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