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James Robertson

(1912—1991)


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(b Liverpool, 1912; d Ruabon, N. Wales, 1991). Eng. conductor. Chorusmaster, Carl Rosa Opera 1938–9; on staff Glyndebourne 1937–9; dir. and cond. SW Opera 1946–54; cond. NZ Nat. Broadcasting Orch. 1954–7; Carl Rosa Opera 1958; guest cond. SW Opera 1958–63; mus. dir. NZ Opera 1962–3, 1978–81; dir., London Opera Centre 1964–78. CBE 1969.

From The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Music in Oxford Reference.

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