Skip to Content
In a career spanning 54 years, Carlo Maria Giulini conducted many of the world’s great orchestras and made outstanding recordings.
In 1955 he made his American debut with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, leading to a 23-year association with the orchestra. During the 1960s, Giulini was in great demand as a guest conductor of major orchestras around the world, and made numerous well-received recordings with the Philharmonia in London.
Powered by Facebook