Royal Seville Symphony Orchestra

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Royal Seville Symphony Orchestra
Founded 1990
Location Seville, Spain
Principal conductor John Axelrod

The Royal Seville Symphony Orchestra (Spanish: Real Orquesta Sinfónica de Sevilla), founded in 1990, is a symphony orchestra based in Seville, Spain.[1]

The Orchestra is the resident orchestra of the Teatro de la Maestranza in Seville. Its first music director was Vjekoslav Šutej. Later music directors include Klaus Weise, Alain Lombard,[2] and Pedro Halffter.[3] The current Music Director, unanimously elected by a majority of musicians, is John Axelrod.[4]


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