British conductor Andrew Davies (80) passes away

British conductor Andrew Davies has died aged 80. British news agency PA reported this on Sunday, citing his agent.

Davies was one of the longest serving Principal Conductors of the BBC Symphony Orchestra from 1989 to 2000.


He was a major force in British music for decades “A Friend to Us All”, Orchestration on Platform X was announced. “He will be greatly missed.”

A searching Davis Honoring the Royal Family Sir He was also Honorary Conductor of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. The BBC commemorated his comedic performances at the BBC Proms, a classical series held each summer at London's Royal Albert Hall.


That too Royal Opera House He also paid tribute to Davies at the Bayreuth Festival. In a career that spanned five decades, he was artistic director of some of the world's most important opera and symphony orchestras.

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