Walter Susskind

Born in Prague on 1 May 1913, the pianist and conductor Walter Susskind became known in the thirties as an opera conductor in Europe. His postwar career was amongst symphony orchestras in Australia and Britain (where he became a naturalised citizen), then Canada and finally to the St Louis SO in America. He died on 25 March 1980.

A selection of articles about Walter Susskind

CD Spotlight. Priceless Music-making - The horn playing of Dennis Brain, heard by the late Howard Smith. '... a sheer delight ...'

Ensemble. Love's Eternal Empire - Music by Janácek and Suk impresses Bill Newman



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