André Cluytens French conductor
André Cluytens is a 62 years old French conductor from Antwerp. André Cluytens was born on March 26, 1905 (died on June 03, 1967, he was 62 years old) in Antwerp.
André Cluytens was a Belgian-born French conductor who was active in the concert hall opera house and recording studio. His repertoire extended from Viennese classics through French composers to 20th century works. Although much of his career was spent in France he was the first French conductor at Bayreuth in 1955; he also conducted the Ring and Parsifal at La Scala.
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No, he died on 06/03/1967, 55 years ago. He was 62 years old when he died. He died in Neuilly-sur-Seine
André Cluytens Albums (114)
There are 114 albums of André Cluytens.
His last album Einem, Roussel & Stravinsky: Orchestral Works (Live at Wiener Musikverein, Vienna, 6/18/1955) released 1 year 2 months ago. When Einem, Roussel & Stravinsky: Orchestral Works (Live at Wiener Musikverein, Vienna, 6/18/1955) released, he was 116 years old. This album contains 10 tracks
His first album Mozart: Airs de concert (Les indispensables de Diapason) released 70 years ago, he was 46 years old when this album released. There were 10 songs in this album.
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André Cluytens zodiac sign was aries.
Other facts about André Cluytens
|Place of birth||Antwerp|
|Country of citizenship||France|
|Place of death||Neuilly-sur-Seine|
|Date of death||1967-06-03T00:00:00Z|
|Languages spoken, written or signed||French|
|Name in native language||André Cluytens|
|Employer||Conservatoire National Supérieur De Musique Et De Danse|
|NLP ID (record)||9810593360805606|
|NLP ID (unique)||A11814524|
|National Library of Korea Identifier||KAC201510521|