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Claudio Abbado (June 26, 1933 Milan-January 20, 2014 Bologna) a.k.a. Abbado, Claudio was an Italian conductor, composer and music director. He had two children, Misha Abbado and Daniele Abbado.
His albums include The Berlin Album, Symphony No. 6, Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto in D major / Sibelius: Violin Concerto in D minor, Prokofieff: Klavierkonzert Nr. 3 C-Dur / Ravel: Klavierkonzert G-Dur, Symphony No. 4 / Romeo and Juliet, Symphonies Nos. 2 & 4 (Claudio Abbado), Symphonie no. 1 / Symphonie no. 10 - Adagio, Stravinsky: Ballets, Pictures at an Exhibition / Night on Bald Mountain / Sennacherib / Salammbô / Oedipus / Joshua and Pierre et le loup / Symphonie classique. Genres he performed include Opera and Classical music.
Claudio Abbado was born into a musical family and began studying piano at a young age. He later switched to studying conducting and made his debut in 1958 with the Orchestra della Scala in Milan. Abbado gained international attention in 1965 when he conducted the London Symphony Orchestra in a performance of Mahler's Symphony No. 9.
Throughout his career, Abbado held many prestigious positions, including principal conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra, music director of the Vienna State Opera, and principal conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic. He was known for his innovative and thoughtful interpretation of classical works and was widely regarded as one of the greatest conductors of his time.
Abbado was also a champion of contemporary music and premiered many works by contemporary composers. He was awarded multiple honors throughout his career, including the Knight Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic and the Bundesverdienstkreuz, Germany's highest civilian honor.
After battling cancer for many years, Claudio Abbado passed away in 2014 at the age of 80. His legacy continues to influence the classical music world, and his recordings and performances are still prized by music lovers around the globe.
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