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11.29.11
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Classical TV
11.18.10
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Moscow State Symphony offers satisfying concert at the Kravis Center
Palm Beach Daily News
11.17.10
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Moscow State Symphony Orchestra delights Louisville audience [Louisvile newbie]
Louisville.com
11.03.10
Jeremy Denk, Moscow State Symphony Orchestra
Jeremy Denk plays Prokofiev & Grieg on Moscow State Symphony tour
21C Media Group
10.31.10
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Moscow State Symphony is astonishing in Cerritos
Los Angeles Times
05.20.10
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Moscow State Symphony Orchestra at Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry.
Coventry Telegraph
05.16.10
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Bury St Edmunds Festival
St. Edmundsbury Cathedral
05.14.10
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Yorkshire Post
05.12.10
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Borodin, Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov
Seen and Heard (UK)
05.12.10
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The Russians have come in real style
Evening Post (UK)

The MSSO was founded in 1943 by the Kremlin and is one of the five oldest concert orchestras in Russia.

Leo Steinberg, the Peoples Artist of USSR and conductor of the Bolshoi Theatre, became the MSSO's first Chief Conductor, a post he held until his death in 1945. He was succeeded by a series of distinguished Soviet musical giants, including Nicolay Anosov (1945 – 1950), Leo Ginsburg (1950 – 1954), Mikhail Terian (1954 – 1960), and Veronica Dudarova (1960 – 1989). The collaboration with these major figures helped to shape the orchestra into one of most prominent national symphonic ensembles, revered for its performances and premieres of Russian and Soviet classical music, including the works of Myaskovsky, Prokofiev, Shostakovich, and Glier ... read full bio