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The great Italian conductor Claudio Abbado blazed a trail around the world – from La Scala Milan to the London Symphony Orchestra, from Chicago to Vienna and Berlin. He was known for his Germanic orchestral repertoire as well as his interest in Rossini and Verdi.
In 1965, Abbado made his British debut with the Halle Orchestra, followed by his LSO debut in 1966. He continued to conduct on a regular basis with the LSO until 1979. From 1979 to 1988 he became its principal conductor
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