The Symphony Orchestra of India’s chairman talks to Owen Mortimer about music in Mumbai
Khushroo Suntook became the chairman of India’s National Centre for the Performing Arts in 2008. He is also the founder of India’s first professional symphony orchestra, the Symphony Orchestra of India, which presents two concert seasons at the NCPA each year. Under Suntook’s leadership, the country’s first fully staged opera production took place at the NCPA in 2008, and in 2010 the SOI toured to Moscow to perform at the 5th World Symphony Orchestra Festival.
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