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Maestro Hans Graf is a famous Austrian musician who has spent most of his life conducting several different orchestras around the world. In 1979, he made his remarkable presence felt on the international scene by appearing in the leading orchestras of Europe, Asia and Japan. Some of these orchestras include Bavarian Radio Orchestra, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Rotterdam Philharmonic, St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Netherlands Radio Philharmonic, Hong Kong Philharmonic, Budapest Festival Orchestra, Vienna Symphony, Deutsches Symphony Orchestra, Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, Vienna Philharmonic, Sydney Symphony and Malaysian Philharmonic. He has also appeared in almost all major North American orchestras including the New York and Los Angeles Philharmonics, Cleveland and Philadelphia Orchestras and the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra.
Mr. Graf studied and received diplomas in piano and conducting from the Musikhochschule in Graz, Austria. He began his career in 1975 by serving as the Music Director at the Iraqi National Symphony Orchestra. In 1979, he won the Karl Böhm Conductor's Competition and in 1981, started giving training lessons at the Vienna State Opera which later served as a good platform for leading operatic productions in Berlin, Munich, Paris and Rome. Mr. Graf has worked for the Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra between 1984 and 1994, served as the music director of Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine for six years and Calgary Philharmonic for eight seasons.
In 2000, Maestro Hans Graf was selected as the music director of the Houston Symphony and started working officially for the symphony in September, 2001. In January 2006, Mr. Graf made his debut at the Carnegie Hall with the Houston Symphony. He was invited to visit the Carnegie Hall again in January 2010 when he presented an incredible production called The Planets. In October 2010, under the directorship of Mr. Graf, Houston Symphony performed in different cities of UK including London, Birmingham, Leeds, Edinburgh and Manchester. Some of his creations at the Houston symphony include Bartok and Stravinsky for Koch International, Berg's Three Pieces from the Lyric Suite, Zemlinsky's Lyric Symphony and Mahler's Das Lied von der Erde for Naxos.
The valued musician has now been inducted into the Houston Symphony’s Walk of Fame for completing twelve successful years with the symphony. Chairman emeritus, Mike Stude lauded his contributions to the symphony including the symphony’s representation in UK and Austria. Under his directorship, Houston Symphony has always been able to put up an eclectic performance. The music is great and dance moves wonderful; believe it or not, you cannot get bored for the tiniest moment of the show. People leave the house with a smile on their face and wish to watch a prolonged performance. All in all, it is a wonderful show that is worth each penny, so secure your share of Maestro Hans Graf tickets now.
Mr. Graf has added refreshingly unique touch to the French music and for this reason the French government has awarded him the Chevalier de l'ordre de la Legion d'Honneur. The Austrian government has also awarded him the Grand Decoration of Honor in Gold with regard to services rendered to the Austrian opera houses. The discography of this famous musician includes the symphonies of Mozart and Schubert, Zemlinsky's opera and the complete production of Dutilleux. The music is fantastic that gets the crowd singing right along with the musicians. If you have been to an orchestra led by Maestro Hans Graf, you would agree that the instruments have rightly landed in capable hands because the players leave the attendees in surprise. If you want to get a feel of what the performance is like, all you need is Maestro Hans Graf tickets.