Review

The final performance by Gerhard Marksonas principal conductor of the RTE National Symphony Orchestra was a very special occasion. Markson will be a hard act for his successor, Kazakh conductor Alan Buribayev, to follow.

30th May, 2009

RTE National Symphony Orchestra

National Concert Hall, Dublin, May 22

The final performance by Gerhard Marksonas principal conductor of the RTE National Symphony Orchestra was a very special occasion. Markson will be a hard act for his successor, Kazakh conductor Alan Buribayev, to follow.

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