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Conductor Thomas Søndergård conducts his first concert as principal conductor of the BBC National Orchestra of Wales on 12 October at St David’s Hall in Cardiff, in a programme starting with Magnus Lindberg’s Expo and concluding with Sibelius’ fifth symphony. He first conducted the orchestra as a late stand in for Thierry Fischer and embarks on a four-year contract as principal from this season. The former percussionist, who played timpani in the European Union Youth Orchestra and Royal Danish Orchestra, also starts a three-year term as principal guest conductor of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra from 2012-13.
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