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Steven Sloane

Steven Sloane

Steven Sloane (born 1958) is an North American-born conductor based in Germany.

Sloane was born in Los Angeles, California and is a graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles Department of Music. He has been musical director of the Symphony Orchestra in Bochum since 1994. He is also musical director of the Stavanger Symphony Orchestra in Stavanger, Norway, a post he has held since 2007.[1]

In August 1999, Sloane was appointed Music Director of Opera North. He remained in this position until 2002, when he became Music Director of the American Composers Orchestra in New York City.

He previously worked with the Frankfurt Opera, the Long Beach Opera and the Tel Aviv Philharmonic Choir.

References

  1. ^ www.mic.no Steven Sloane blir ny sjefdirigent i Stavanger (Norwegian)
Preceded by
Elgar Howarth
(Music Advisor)
Music Director, Opera North
1999-2002
Succeeded by
Richard Farnes


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